Biden Talks Tough With Putin — It Doesn’t Go Well

Well, well, well.

The Biden administration has apparently decided to start of 2022 with quite the fanfare, notably with President Joe Biden talking tough with Vladimir Putin.

That’s right: The current President of the United States, who was previously photographed carrying flashcards, or “cheat sheets,” to a meeting with Putin apparently thinks it’s a great idea to start out the new year by talking tough with Putin.

From a distance, of course.

Apparently, the Biden administration has brazenly promised Ukraine blanket protection against Europe, which is quite the change from Biden threatening to withhold $1B in military aid from the nation over his infamous son’s shenanigans while sitting on the board of the Ukrainian energy company Burisma.

Guess Ukraine must be treating Hunter right to inspire the Biden administration’s sudden loyalty.

Anyway, Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskiy expressed immense gratitude towards the Biden administration, demonstrating a suspiciously high level of trust after the American military’s insanely incompetent withdrawal from Afghanistan.

“The first international talk of the year with @POTUS proves the special nature of our relations … [the joint actions of Ukraine and the United States] and partners in keeping peace in Europe, preventing further escalation, reforms, deoligarchization were discussed. We appreciate the unwavering support of Ukraine.” [Source: OANN]

Needless to say, White House cheerleader, err, “press secretary” Jen Psaki was filled with praise for all Biden’s tough talk, claiming that the administration will magically keep Russian interests at bay.

“President Biden underscored the commitment of the United States and its allies and partners to the principle of ‘nothing about you without you … He reaffirmed the United States’ commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity …

He also expressed support for confidence-building measures to de-escalate tensions in Donbas and active diplomacy to advance the implementation of the Minsk Agreements, in support of the Normandy Format.” [Source: The Daily Wire]

If that’s not bad enough, Psaki also had the gall to claim that the Biden administration will act “decisively” if Putin makes any further move towards Ukraine.

“President Biden made clear that the United States and its allies and partners will respond decisively if Russia further invades Ukraine.” [Source: OANN]

Let’s hope the Biden administration will not respond as “decisively” as it did when withdrawing from Afghanistan. After all, decisiveness does not necessarily equate competence.

The Biden administration’s commentary mirrors several other commentaries by G7 leaders levied against Russia, urging Putin to “pursue diplomatic channels,” which is ironic considering liberals’ general inability to demonstrate any kind of diplomacy.

After all, leftists harass moderate Democrats like Senator Sinema in the bathroom, but according to Biden, that harassment “happens to everyone.”

Needless to say, the commentary from G7 leaders, which the United States heavily influences, seems a bit hollow in context.

G7 Leaders
“We call on Russia to de-escalate, pursue diplomatic channels, and abide by its international commitments on transparency of military activities as President Biden did in his call with President Putin on 7 December …

We reconfirm our support for the efforts of France and Germany in the Normandy Format to achieve full implementation of the Minsk Agreements in order to resolve the conflict in eastern Ukraine.” [Source: The Daily Wire]

Sure. The Biden administration can’t even resolve the conflict at the border, especially with hapless Harris in charge.

Which is precisely why another unsavory record was reached in 2021, as reported by the Washington Examiner.

“For the first time in America’s history, federal law enforcement stationed at the borders intercepted more smuggled fentanyl than heroin over the last year …

Not only were fentanyl seizures at the highest level ever recorded, but fentanyl overdoses within the United States also hit new highs, indicating the success that transnational criminal organizations had in pushing their deadly products to the public. A DEA investigation this fall found a direct link between criminal drug organizations in Mexico and fentanyl-related overdose deaths.” [Source: The Washington Examiner]

What an achievement …

Author: Jane Jones