Joe Biden could care less if his actions cause the lives of young soldiers to perish.
Let’s face it, the United States has no business getting involved in a land war with Russia on Ukrainian soil; we have no skin in that game. Or do we?
Benefits of fighting a war against Russia seem to pale in comparison to the obvious cons, especially as the United States is struggling at home enough as it is. American workers barely escaped forced vaccinations, and now they can barely afford their groceries thanks to Biden’s regulatory policies which are causing mass inflation.
However, the cognitively deficient commander in chief warned that Russian President Vladimir Putin could invade Ukraine, which would be the largest global invasion since World War II.
Sleepy Joe:”Biden: If Russia “were to move in with all those forces it would be the largest invasion since World War II”
The president ramped up the invasion day rhetoric by stating if 100,000 or more Rus troops marched into Ukr it’d be the “largest invasion since WWII.” pic.twitter.com/QKRa2yl3Fg
— Eli Zifferblatt (@elizifferblatt) January 25, 2022
Joe Biden said that Putin could invade the entire country of Ukraine and said the United States would likely send troops to Europe as tensions escalate.
Biden put 8,500 troops on high alert on Monday to prepare for deployments in Europe.
“I may be moving some of those troops in the nearer term, just because it takes time,” he said, noting he felt “obligated” to do so because of the “sacred” NATO alliance.
But Biden said he would not deploy troops into Ukraine.
“We have no intentions of putting U.S. forces in Ukraine he said,” adding afterward “there is not going to be any American forces moving into Ukraine.”
When asked if he would escalate tensions with Putin by personally sanctioning him, Biden replied, “Yes. He would receive that.”
US President Joe Biden says he may be willing to impose sanctions directly on Russian President Vladimir Putin if Russia invades Ukraine pic.twitter.com/Ql0y1Bb1eF
— TRT World Now (@TRTWorldNow) January 26, 2022
The president said he was unclear whether or not Putin would escalate the crisis by invading the entire country of Ukraine or just a portion of it.
“You know, I’ll be completely honest with you. It’s a little bit like reading tea leaves,” he said
He warned of “enormous consequences” that would have a “worldwide” impact if Putin invaded.
“It all comes down to his decision,” he said.
Tensions have escalated across the world and it appears Joe Biden is completely unfazed. This is a man who believes he’s “out-performed” during the first year of his presidency. He sees absolutely nothing wrong with the state of America, similar to his previous boss Barack Obama, despite the endless tumult and devastation.
Author: Nolan Sheridan