What is it with Joe Biden and his constant goings on about Russia and an imminent invasion of Ukraine?
Russia has been invading Ukraine for years! For Decades! The Ukrainian press has long-acknowledged this simple fact and even criticized the West, specifically the U.S., for their ongoing pro-war rhetoric during this current lapse in diplomacy.
Russia even vowed to pull back some troops, though NATO globalists are constantly testing his patience, poking the bear, if you will…
Still, Joe Biden continues to amplify the war cry, saying on Thursday that Russia could invade Ukraine within a matter of days, ratcheting up warnings of a possible major conflict on Europe’s eastern border.
Kremlin leaders said this week that Moscow intended to pull back some forces from Ukraine’s border and hoped to continue diplomacy efforts over the standoff, claims that U.S. officials have rebuked.
Speaking to reporters outside the White House Thursday, Biden gave a bleak assessment of the risk of a conflict, a threat that had appeared to subside briefly before mounting again overnight.
“It’s very high,” the president said of the threat. “My sense is it will happen within the next several days.”
According to the sleepy guy Joe Biden, Russia will likely invade Ukraine “in the next several days.” pic.twitter.com/lgir20YfhH
— Suburban Black Man 🇺🇸 (@goodblackdude) February 17, 2022
The cognitively deficient president went on to rebuke Kremlin claims that Russia moved troops back from the Ukraine border.
Biden said there remains a diplomatic path forward but that this path appears increasingly unlikely.
“Every indication that we have is that they are prepared to go into Ukraine, attack Ukraine,” he added.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken will speak at the United Nations Thursday to lay out the diplomatic path, which Biden said he also proposed to Russian President Vladimir Putin when the two leaders spoke over the weekend.
Despite the stark warning, Biden said he does not plan to call Putin. Their call on Saturday was characterized as making little progress, according to a senior administration official at the time.
“It remains unclear if Russia” wants to resolve the standoff diplomatically or through military action, the official said at the time.
The White House has warned for weeks about the prospect of a conflict, pointing to the more than 150,000 Russian soldiers massed on Ukraine’s border.
Meanwhile, Biden has moved over 8,000 troops to nearby NATO countries in Eastern Europe.
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Author: Nolan Sheridan