Source: Patty McMurray
Friday Joe Biden spoke to the House Democrats about the state of the Russia-Ukraine conflict at the House Democratic Caucus Issues Conference meeting in Philadelphia.
During his speech, Biden told the Dem lawmakers he is in constant contact with Ukraine President Zelensky and, in fact, spoke with him earlier in the day. He told the dirty Dems who are more concerned with preventing President Trump from ever running for office again than the conflict in Ukraine that he plans to downgrade trade status with Russia as punishment for their continued war on Ukraine.
With the invasion in its 16th day, Biden admitted he had frustrated House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with the slower speed of his actions supporting Ukraine. But Biden said what was far more important than moving to support Ukraine was “making sure all of NATO is together” in confronting Russia.
Joe explained that he’s committed to defending NATO and has sent 12,000 American troops to the border with Russia.
“Cuz they move once—granted, if we respond, it is World War III, but we have a sacred obligation, on NATO territory—a sacred obligation, Article 5,” Biden explained, ensuring everyone we will not fight WWIII in Ukraine. “Putin’s war against Ukraine must never be a victory,” he said. Joe then referred to “Democrats” as though they are the only party in America, saying THEY “are rising to meet the moment rallying the world on the side of peace and security.”
Perhaps someone should remind Joe that we have more than one party in Congress.
He continued with an incoherent rant, “The idea that we’re going to send in offensive equipment and have planes and tanks and trains going in with American pilots and American crews just understand, don’t kid yourself.” Biden continued, “No matter what you all say, that’s called World War Three. Okay? Let’s get it straight here, guys. That old expression, don’t kid a kidder.”
It might be nice if we are on the verge of WWIII that we had a coherent “president” who could deliver a clear message to America and not a bumbling old man who looks more like a dementia patient looking for the arts and crafts room in a nursing home.