Putin Warns Brandon That US-Russia Relations are on the Brink of Total Collapse

How is it possible for Joe Biden to talk on the phone about anything other than what children want from Santa?

Honestly, he was really struggling badly with that.


The Kremlin has revealed that Russian President Vladimir Putin has told his US counterpart Joe Biden that the introduction of new “unprecedented” sanctions could lead to a complete rupture of relations between the countries.

The presidents spoke by conference call, on Thursday, amid continuing tensions between Moscow and the West over Ukraine. The US and its allies have repeatedly sounded the alarm about the potential of a Russian invasion of its neighbor, citing an alleged buildup of troops within the country’s own borders. The Kremlin has dismissed the speculation as baseless, insisting it harbors no intention whatsoever of attacking its fellow former Soviet republic.

Biden apparently doubled down on the allegation, however, threatening to impose wide-ranging sanctions aimed at crippling Russia’s economy, its financial sector, and its military industry were there to be any “further escalation of the situation along the Ukrainian border,” Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov outlined.

If Washington followed through with this threat, it should be prepared for a total collapse of its already strained relationship with Moscow, he noted.

“If the West, under any pretext, decides to impose these unprecedented sanctions, it could lead to a complete breakdown of relations between our countries, and would deal a very serious blow to Russia-West relations as a whole,” Ushakov added.

He went on to assert that a new round of US sanctions would be a “colossal mistake” that should be avoided at all costs, including for the sake of future generations.

It also emerged that the American leader had apparently made a pledge not to supply assault weaponry to Ukraine.

“Biden made it clear that the US does not intend to deploy offensive strike weapons in Ukraine,” Ushakov outlined.

He explained that this had been one of the goals Moscow had hoped to achieve via the proposals for security guarantees it made to the US and NATO, earlier this month.

During the 50-minute call, Putin once again outlined the main principles of Russia’s security requirements, which envisage a halt to NATO’s eastward expansion. The Russian leader reportedly stressed that any potential deal with the West should include legally binding guarantees as to Russia’s security, with Ushakov noting that Biden appeared to have taken that demand “quite seriously.”

Okay, so assuming that Biden did actually have this conversation, how can anything he said be construed to mean anything?

I wish there was a recording of it and at the end Putin was like “thank you sir, let’s go Brandon,” and Biden was like “I agree!”

Anyway, whatever.

Interesting to have a nuclear war with Russia.

I’m a big, big supporter of nuclear war.