Biden Snaps at Reporter Over Sanctions Question

When the Ukraine-Russian war was only a threat, sanctions were repeatedly mentioned by this administration as a way to prevent the war.

When the threat of sanctions did not work, the administration started to change its tune.

A reporter called Biden out on that this week, and it did not go over very well.

Cranky Joe

When asked the question, Biden angrily responded, “Let’s get something straight … I did not say that, in fact, the sanctions would deter him.

“Sanctions never deter — you keep talking about that — sanctions never deter.

“The maintenance of sanctions, the maintenance of sanctions, the increasing the pain and the demonstration, why I asked for this NATO meeting today, is to be sure that after a month, we will sustain what we’re doing not just next month, the following month, but for the remainder of this entire year, that’s what will stop him.”

When Biden was asked if the latest NATO actions would lead to Russia changing its plan, Biden again got testy.

He responded, “That’s not what I said. You’re playing a game with me.

“The answer’s no.”

The media, for once, actually held Biden accountable to the message the administration initially put out…

And here is another one…

Biden is trying to sell his entire campaign of a successful defeat of Russia by showing a united front.

However, the media is not buying it, actually calling him out for being a follower rather than a leader.

The media has not had a problem covering for this man from day one, but on this issue, they are finally speaking the truth.

Biden was trying to shine, and the media has done nothing but throw shade.

Source: The Hill


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