Kremlin rips Biden apart for Putin’s rude remarks

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Biden, in a perhaps reckless remark given the current state of the crisis in Ukraine, speak that Russian President Vladimir Putin is a war criminal.

That comment came when Fox News White House reporter Jacqui Heinrich asked: “Mr. President, after all we’ve seen, are you ready to call Putin a war criminal?

At first, Biden just said “no” and walked past Heinrich.

Then, after an aide whispered something to him, he turned around and said “You asked me if I would call [Putin]? ”

Biden, completely changing his answer, said “Oh, I think he’s a war criminal,” And then walked out of the room. See the event here:

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken repeated that depicting Putin as a war criminal, speech:

Yesterday, President Biden said that in his view, war crimes were committed in Ukraine. Personally, I agree. Intentionally targeting civilians is a war crime. After all the destruction of the past few weeks, I find it difficult to conclude that the Russians are doing otherwise.

Biden also smeared Putin as a “dictator” and “murder thug,” said in a statement Thursday. thatI think we are at an inflection point in history. I think we are in a real struggle between autocracies and democracies, and whether democracies can be maintained.“And the countries are”stand together against a murderous dictator, a pure thug waging an immoral war against the people of Ukraine. ”

See that statement here:

Yes, the Russians were quick to hit back, with Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov telling reports that the Russian state would ignore the case because of “amnesia” and “fatigue” (symptoms of senility) decline) of Biden.

In Peskov’s words:

We have heard and seen statements that are actually personally insulting to President Putin.

“Given Mr. Biden’s irritation, his fatigue and sometimes forgetfulness… the fatigue that leads to extreme statements, we will not judge harshly, so as not to be more aggressive.

“We consider such rhetoric as unacceptable and unforgivable by the head of state, whose bombs have killed hundreds of thousands of people around the world.

Biden’s words, as many people think, may be imprudent, especially given his depiction of Putin as a war criminal.

Without that declaration, Putin might be willing to find some mutually agreed upon way to end the war and end the war.

Whether by turning Ukraine into a neutral country like Austria or Finland during the Cold War in exchange for Russia’s withdrawal and the lifting of American sanctions or some other solution, war could will end.

Now, with the US government saying Putin is a “war criminal”, he will probably keep fighting and not back down, as he won’t want to follow the path of the Serbian leaders later. the Yugoslav wars, Muammar Ghaddafi in Libya, who died a gruesome death, or any other dictator the United States had pursued.

So, true or not, Biden’s remarks may have inadvertently prolonged the fight. Kremlin rips Biden apart for Putin’s rude remarks

Jake Nichol

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