If Biden could make his mind up about whether or not he’s going to plunge the world into war, that would be great.
Or, more accurately, if Obama could make up his mind, that would be great.
After all, all the signs are there, because Obama, like any classic you know what, just can’t help himself.
From publicly proclaiming that Biden is “finishing his administration’s job” to showing up at the White House this week and referring to Biden as “Vice President Biden,” it’s abundantly clear that Obama perceives himself as the real president in terms of power.
Meanwhile, he leaves Biden with perpetually falling poll numbers.
In fact, Obama’s recent White House visit, as in this week, just might explain Biden’s sudden transformation from March, which ended just over a week ago.
In March, Biden blared endlessly about “every inch” of NATO territory being defended against Russia.
“I want to be clear,” Biden boomed on Twitter, “we will defend every inch of NATO territory with the full might of a united and galvanized NATO.”
However, Biden was quick to add that Russia was free to terrorize the rest of the world, the majority of which is not in NATO, apparently because war is scary.
“A direct confrontation between NATO and Russia is World War III,” Biden added, stating what would be abundantly obviously to most.
“And something we must strive to prevent,” he added.
Well, after Obama’s most recent visit to the White House, Biden doesn’t appear terribly inclined to “prevent” much.
On the contrary, he suddenly appears interested in war, much to the alarm of individuals present at the North American Building Trades Unions legislative conference, which took place on Wednesday.
“This fight is far from over,” Biden intoned.
Translation: Mega military contracts for his buddies. The question is whether or not the buddies are even American.
“Here’s the point: This war could continue for a long time, but the United States will continue to stand with Ukraine and the Ukrainian people in their fight for freedom,” Biden boomed.
Really, Biden? On Twitter from afar?
Because your words haven’t done much to dissuade Putin, who is becoming increasingly emboldened by the day, alongside all his other anti-American allies.
General Mark Milley immediately stepped in line with Biden’s mania, proclaiming that the war is likely to last for “years” overseas.
“It’s a bit early, still, even though we’re a month plus into the war,”. There is much of the ground war left in Ukraine, but I do think this is a very protracted conflict. And I think it’s at least measured in years”
Gee, you don’t say. After all, that’s how military contracts are measured, at least in part.
“I don’t know about a decade, but at least years for sure,” he added.
Well, won’t that
“This is a very extended conflict that Russia has initiated, and I think that NATO, the United States, Ukraine, and all of the allies and partners that are supporting Ukraine are going to be involved in this for quite some time,” Milley continued.
Notice Milley didn’t specify the type of involvement …
Author: Jane Jones