In statements released on Sunday evening, Jen Psaki, the White House Press Secretary, stated that Democrat President Joe Biden has “accepted in principle” to meet with Vladimir Putin, the Russian President, to hold a talk to find a way to stop a war from sparking in Europe.
“As the President has repeatedly made clear, we are committed to pursuing diplomacy until the moment an invasion begins,” claimed Psaki. “Secretary Blinken and Foreign Minister Lavrov are scheduled to meet later this week in Europe, provided Russia does not proceed with military action. President Biden accepted in principle a meeting with President Putin following that engagement, again, if an invasion hasn’t happened.”
“We are always ready for diplomacy,” she went on. “We are also ready to impose swift and severe consequences should Russia instead choose war. And currently, Russia appears to be continuing preparations for a full-scale assault on Ukraine very soon.”
This information crops up just as Putin has taken steps to gather over 190,000 soldiers along the Ukraine border, effectively surrounding the small country. One U.S> official stated to reporters on Friday that almost half of the total 190,000 Russian troops stationed along the Ukraine border are not seated “in an attack position.”
Reportedly, these Russian military forces have gotten orders from Putin to start the invasion process of Ukraine, according to a new report about a piece of alleged U.S. intelligence.
Just this past June, Old Uncle Joe met up with Putin and sparked a media firestorm concerning what he states that he told Putin concerning the various cyberattacks targeting U.S. critical infrastructure.
“Another area we spent a great deal of time on was cyber and cybersecurity,” exclaimed Biden. “I talked about the proposition that certain critical infrastructure should be off limits to attack — period — by cyber or any other means. I gave them a list, if I’m not mistaken — I don’t have it in front of me — 16 specific entities; 16 defined as critical infrastructure under U.S. policy, from the energy sector to our water systems.”
One senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, Rebeccah Heinrichs, stated: “This is essentially inviting Putin to attack literally everything else.”
“I’m very confused about this. 16 entities that are ‘off-limits’ for attack, as opposed to others that aren’t?” posited Atlantic Council Director Benjamin Haddad. “What does this mean?”
Mike McCormick, Biden’s former White House stenographer, told a few stories across a series of interviews back in 2020 of how then-Vice President Biden was allegedly dominated by then-Russian Prime Minister Putin as part of a 2011 meeting taking place in Moscow.
“I was standing in the room with him when he met with Vladimir Putin and Vladimir Putin body-slammed him. He made him look like he didn’t know what he was doing,” McCormick stated to Fox News radio near the end of last year. “It was the first one-on-one meeting Joe Biden had with Vladimir Putin. It was during the Russian reset. It was in 2011.”
“And all of a sudden, Vladimir Putin just turned off the lights and that was it,” McCormick went on. “Joe Biden couldn’t say another word. They cut off his mike. They turned off the lights for the press, for the television cameras, and Joe Biden was dumbfounded.”
McCormick went on to state that he witnessed Old Uncle Joe “getting bullied by authoritarian leaders,” including a story when “almost the same thing happened several months later in China” and another about several years later “in Turkey.”
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