On Sunday, President Joe Biden‘s Secretary of State Antony Blinken assured US allies in the Israeli Knesset that the United States is not pursuing regime change in Russia despite the fact that President Joe Biden recently made statements to the contrary.
Blinken said, “I think the president, the White House made the point last night that, quite simply, President Putin cannot be empowered to wage war or engage in aggression against Ukraine or anyone else,” according to the New York Post.
The secretary of state went on the confirm that the US government’s official stance on Russia was not what Biden’s urging of regime change. That’s because the president has lost his mind and has no idea what he is saying half the time.
“As you know, and as you have heard us say repeatedly, we do not have a strategy of regime change in Russia — or anywhere else, for that matter,” Blinken said. He went on to suggest that the Russian people should oust their president through the normal democratic process. Okay, but what if the government uses Dominion?
“As in any case, it’s up to the people of the country in question. It’s up to the Russians,” he insisted, sounding like one of Kamala Harris’ school lessons to intelligent adults.
During a speech in Poland on Saturday, Biden caused quite a stir when he seemed to give a call to action for regime change in Russia..
“For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power,” Biden declared. Why do they continue to let him speak?
“A dictator bent on rebuilding an empire will never erase a people’s love of liberty,” Biden said. “Free people refuse to live in a world of hopelessness and darkness.”
I guess forcing vaccine mandates and mask mandates on citizens while bankrupting small businesses across the country doesn’t count. I assume wrecking our economy, flooding the country with millions of illegal aliens that we will owe a living through our taxes, and killing our energy sector are not considered living in a world of hopelessness. But I digress.
Biden referred to the Russian president Vladimir Putin as a “butcher.”
A lot of Biden’s statements were immediately walked back by White House officials who suggested that Biden’s words did not portray US foreign policy. Can you imagine the embarrassment of having to do that every time they let him speak to an audience?
“The president’s point was that Putin cannot be allowed to exercise power over his neighbors or the region. He was not discussing Putin’s power in Russia, or regime change,” according to a White House official.
The Dementia-in-Chief also suggested over the weekend to members of the 82nd Airborne who were stationed in Poland that they would witness bravery shown by the people of Ukraine “when you’re there” insinuating that US troops are going to be sent to Ukraine.
This past weekend, Biden also suggested to US troops who were stationed in Poland that they would witness the bravery of the Ukrainian people “when you’re there” explicitly insinuating that American troops would be deployed to Ukraine.
Before they could shut him up, Biden said, “You’re going to see when you’re there, and some of you have been there, you’re gonna see — you’re gonna see women, young people standing in the middle in front of a dammed tank just saying, ‘I’m not leaving, I’m holding my ground.’”
Once again, the White House cleanup crew had to quickly jump in to clear up what the president had just said by assuring people that Biden was mistaken about deploying military troops to Ukraine.
We have three more years of this.