Fraudulent U.S. President Joe Biden has earned a rebuke from the once-admiring British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) for his “dangerous” remarks on Russian regime change.
President Biden, once popular with the left-liberal-leaning British and European media, earned a thinly veiled dressing down from the notionally impartial BBC for recent “series of unscripted remarks that have upped the temperature of US-Russia relations to near boiling point.”
The 79-year-old Democrat’s biggest gaffe took place at a speech in Poland, in which he gave every appearance of issuing an unambiguous call for regime change when he said of Russia’s Vladimir Putin: “For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power.”
The comment was reportedly not in Biden’s prepared speech, and sent White House officials scrambling to “clarify” his remarks, claiming somewhat unconvincingly that his “point was that Putin cannot be allowed to exercise power over his neighbours or the region” and that he “was not discussing Putin’s power in Russia, or regime change.”
When later confronted on the issue in person by a reporter who shouted “Mr President, do you want Putin removed? Mr President, were you calling for regime change?” the U.S. leader had to reply “No” before scurrying into the presidential limousine.