May 24, 2022

White House still insisting that Russia is bent on invading Ukraine, Biden can’t let go of fearmongering

President Joe Biden has painted himself into a corner regarding what to do about Russian President Vladimir Putin and his intentions to invade Ukraine. As the world watches, Biden and his administration are clearly at a loss for what to do next.

The White House said that Russia is “mobilizing for war” even as it publicly promises to be backing down, Breitbart reported. Putin has added some 7.000 troops along the border and created arguably the most precarious situation yet for Biden’s presidency.

“We have now confirmed that in the last several days, Russia has increased its troop presence along the Ukrainian border by as many as 7,000 troops, with some arriving as recently as today,” a senior official told reporters in a call. However, the administration didn’t share any of its intelligence, just the messaging.

The official further warned of Russia staging a false flag operation to justify the impending invasion. “We don’t know what form the false pretext will take, but we hope the world is ready,” the official said.

Now Vice President Kamala Harris is expected to speak to European leaders at the Munich Security Conference. The administration has high hopes for this meeting and Harris’ ability to diffuse the situation with Putin.

“The Vice President will underscore how that unity is a source of strength that will allow us to respond swiftly and severely to any further Russian aggression,” an official assured the reporters. However, it’s doubtful she’ll do any good given her track record.

Last March, Biden handed Harris the task of fixing the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, the New York Post reported. She has failed spectacularly at that as record-breaking numbers of illegal immigrants have flooded the border while Harris has done nothing constructive to make it stop.

It’s unclear whether Putin will follow through with the invasion, but the threat is enough to reveal how inept the Biden administration is at important matters. Those who voted him in did so because it was better than his predecessor’s “mean tweets,” but will they still feel that way when Europe once again breaks out into war?

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