The Fake President Joe Biden, who lost the 2020 presidential election by a lot, has shaken the world by taking an aggressive stance against Russia off the bat and issuing various threats.
He is going to do democracy against them.
President Joe Biden on Thursday told Russia that the United States would no longer be “rolling over” in the face of aggressive action by Moscow, declaring a new, tough approach by Washington.
Visiting the State Department, Biden also promised to repair alliances and engage with the world again. “American leadership” must meet rising authoritarianism and unite with partners to combat global challenges such as the coronavirus pandemic or climate change, he said.
Why does he even bother giving these speeches?
He could just play a recording.
Biden, as expected, adopted a sterner tone with Russian President Vladimir Putin than his predecessor, Donald Trump.
“I made it clear to President Putin in a manner very different from my predecessor, that the days the United States rolling over in the face of Russia’s aggressive actions, interfering with our elections, cyber attacks, poisoning citizens are over,” Biden said. The two leaders spoke by phone in late January.
“We will not hesitate to raise the cost on Russia and defend our vital interests and our people, and we will be more effective in dealing with Russia when we work in coalition and coordination with other like-minded partners,” he said.
Biden, calling the recent jailing of Navalny “politically motivated,” said Washington was deeply concerned and repeated a U.S. call for his release.
Biden is just bursting with concern about the fate of democracy, and trying to figure out a way to change the weather as he seeks to turn the earth into a gigantic sheet of solid ice.