Biden Campaign Tweet Comes Back to Bite Him

With the Russian collusion narrative still at the focus of Democrats during the 2020 campaign, Joe Biden decided to pile on.

Biden claimed Putin “doesn’t want me to be President.”

Joe went on to say that he would be far tougher on Putin than Trump and stated that his days of terrorizing other countries would be over.

Well, let’s just say that did not age very well.

Uhm, Joe

Say what you want about Trump, but these problems were not happening when he was in office.

We were never really in danger of any conflicts on the foreign policy front, even though Democrats wanted us to believe that we were on the brink of war with Trump.

This was Joe back in February 2020…

Joe pushed the same narrative back in 2019…

Ukraine was never in trouble when Trump was in office, now that has changed rather dramatically.

Putin has decided that he is taking back at least two regions of Ukraine, claiming areas controlled by Russian-backed rebels are now once again part of Russia.

Putin has crossed the border with troops, sending in “peacekeeper” soldiers…

Contrary to what Biden has stated, Putin is thriving with Biden at the helm because he does not fear Joe Biden and he thinks the sanctions Biden is putting in place are a complete joke.

Russian officials have already stated they could care less about the sanctions because they have already figured a work-around on them.

Here is the thing… Russia has more leverage against us on this front than we have on them.

What happens if China cuts off our supply chain? What happens if Russia’s Middle East allies cut off our oil supply?

Guess who is going to pay for Biden’s weakness aside from the people of Ukraine? You guessed it… We the People.

Source: Daily Caller


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