Did Joe Biden say the silent part out loud and tell the troops in Poland that they will soon be in Ukraine facing the Russians? His handlers are running around like
chickens Commies with their heads cut off in an attempt at damage control. Joe forgot to wait for the false flag attack before announcing the troops moving into Ukraine. Or maybe he was told Bahrain and he mistakenly said Ukraine. With Joe Biden, you just never know.
Addressing the troops, Biden told them that the Declaration of Independence is corny. In the view of Democrats, it is, especially since freedom is the last thing they want for the great unwashed. Voicing dissent gets you solitary confinement and without a single one of your rights and your freedom of speech is all but nonexistent. Next, and they make no bones about it, is to take away your right to bear arms. Biden’s inflation is creating equality. Everyone but the elite are suffering equally.
Biden told the troops:
“What’s at stake, not just that what we’re doing here in Ukraine to try to help the Ukrainian people and keep the massacre from continuing. Beyond that, what is at stake, is what are your kids and grandkids going to look like in terms of their freedom.”
“The Ukrainian people have a lot of backbone, they have a lot of guts and I’m sure you’re observing it. And I don’t mean just the military, we’ve been training since back when Russia moved in the southeast Ukraine, but also the average citizen.”
.And you’re gonna see when you’re there, and some of you have been there, you’re gonna see, you’re gonna see women, young people standing, standing in the middle, in front of the damn tank just, just saying, “I’m not leaving, I’m holding my ground.”
You’ll see when you’re there? What do those words mean to you? Sounds like their passports are all but punched to me.
Biden said he had no problem ordering another 12,000 troops to the Eastern flank of NATO, noting there were 100,000 American forces in Europe to bolster their strength.
The president repeatedly thanked the troops, noting that what they were doing was “consequential” for the future of democracy.
“It’s not only what you’re doing to help the Ukrainian people. It’s not only what you’re doing to help Europe begin to regain its confidence,” he said.