The old adage of history repeating itself was proven true yet again.
It appears Joe Biden is seeking a return to the foreign policy of his former administration when Barack Obama toyed with the idea of invading Syria after Deep State intelligence officials gave false flags about Assad’s use of chemical weapons. Of course, the war-mongering Obama eventually did invade Syria.
Joe Biden is planning to use the same approach with Vladimir Putin, who Biden believes is days away from launching a chemical attack on Ukraine.
On Thursday, the cognitively deficient president held a press conference in Brussels, Belgium at the NATO headquarters. He revealed any use of chemical weapons on Putin’s part would “trigger a response in kind,” placing a military invasion firmly on the negotiating table.
“It would trigger a response in kind,” Biden replied when asked by reporters if Putin using chemical weapons would prompt NATO to act. “The nature of the response would depend on the nature of the use.”
.@JoeBiden puts us all at risk by threatening a chemical attack against Russia if they used them
"It would trigger a response in kind"
That clip is now playing on every channel in Russia & around the world
— Jim Hanson (@JimHansonDC) March 24, 2022
But the president hesitated to say what exactly the response would be.
Would NATO cross the border into Ukraine? Would he order U.S. troops into Russia?
While it’s best to keep military strategy out of the public realm, the Biden administration’s habit of leading with weakness is a matter of concern for many Americans who want nothing less than to pay for another foreign war.
Biden has repeatedly warned that Putin would likely use chemical weapons but declined to share any intelligence to prove the threat.
One thing we know in this country is that war-mongering presidents – both Republican and Democrat – are willing to fudge intelligence or simply lie to the American people about non-existent intelligence (weapons of mass destruction) which 100% of the time justifies foreign military invasions.
Is there ever any intelligence that supports an America First foreign policy agenda?
Thursday’s NATO press conference was a doozy for Biden. He ran a counterargument about the personal and economic sanctions levied at Russian President Vladimir Putin, contradicting his entire administration.
Joe Biden, March 24: "Sanctions never deter."
Jake Sullivan, Feb. 11: "The president believes sanctions are intended to deter."
— John Cooper (@thejcoop) March 24, 2022
He also boasted about his foreign policy prowess:
“I’ve been dealing with foreign policy longer than anybody that’s involved with this process right now,” he said.
Meanwhile, Biden has overseen two of the most embarrassing military blunders in U.S. history.
So how’s that experience going for you, Joe?
Author: Vasiliy Ivanov