Biden: Russia Actions Diminish Putin's Credibility 1

Biden: Russia Actions Diminish Putin’s Credibility

 

During his remarks following his meeting with Russian President Putin, President Biden says Putin knows there will be consequences towards his credibility worldwide if ransomware attacks and election interference continues. 
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47 comments

  1. Good job Joe! I am certain Putin knows full well he is no longer dealing with a boy with a teenage crush on the Soviet Leader and he fully respects your experience and ability to handle foreign affairs.

    1. @R Torres A tu quoque argument, aka whataboutism aka two wrongs don’t make a right aka deflection aka confusing the issue. One thing at a time. At the moment, the issue is Putin’s aggression in Ukraine and Russian meddling in US elections. Biden makes it clear to Putin that actions have consequences, unlike the last guy, who was Putin’s BFF. That’s laudable step forward. And btw, although the mess in Syria is a consequence of the last Gulf War, Russia is supporting Assad, who is nobody’s good guy, while the US has an obligation to deal with the mess it created.

    2. @WilliamOccamensis everything you said is propaganda. Wouldn’t be the 1st time you fell for it. From Bush’s articles of Impeachment.

      Article I–Creating a Secret Propaganda Campaign To Manufacture a False
      Case for War Against Iraq

      In his conduct while President of the United States, George W.
      Bush, in violation of his constitutional oath to faithfully execute the
      office of President of the United States and, to the best of his
      ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United
      States, and in violation of his constitutional duty under article II,
      section 3 of the Constitution “to take care that the laws be
      faithfully executed”, has both personally and acting through his
      agents and subordinates, together with the Vice President, illegally
      spent public dollars on a secret propaganda program to manufacture a
      false cause for war against Iraq.
      The Department of Defense (DOD) has engaged in a years-long secret
      domestic propaganda campaign to promote the invasion and occupation of
      Iraq. This secret program was defended by the White House Press
      Secretary following its exposure. This program follows the pattern of
      crimes detailed in articles I, II, IV, and VIII.

    3. He is dealing with a confused old man that can’t even walk up a flight of stairs. The media can cover up for him but the rest of the world sees Biden flailing around.

    4. @R Torres – You didn’t say “much” of the world. You’re original post is still false (as stated). Be more careful next time?

  2. At this point Putin should be dictated terms and if he does not follow them, then shut down Russia’s entire grid.

    1. Exactly why we are so thrilled to have kicked Putin’s buttbuddy to the curb! The Leader of the Free World has replaced the DOTARD!

    2. @Starlord Not really, Biden just lifted the sanctions on his oil pipeline that Trump put on it. Biden is weak and everyone knows it, they are glad he is in charge because they can run rings around him.

  3. This is exactly what Putin needed to hear: If you want to have influence on the world stage, stop violating international norms.

    1. @MrSnicker14 Oh yeah, Syria! Now there’s a hub of international influence. SMH.
      Just wait till their next naval ship has to be towed back to home port for being a POS.

  4. Perfect answer, Mr President. We can’t control others’ actions. We can just lay out consequences. Well done. God. Bless and amen.

    1. @Akitsu Maru Biden lifting sanctions off the Russian oil pipeline for one. That will make them billions of dollars. Try getting your info from sources other than corporate news. No idea if the big guy will get his 10 % of that or if there is job for Hunter in there somewhere, probably though.

  5. Just ask Putin to his face: “Everyone in Europe hates your guts. That’s why NATO exists. Any idea why?”

    1. do you believe that? NATO will not disappear even Russia does not exist any more, you know why? NATO is a corruption criminals they make their own benefits and they won’t stop!

    1. I hear Trump’s son Barton is a pretty dab hand at computers. Apparently he can make them sing.

    1. What drives Trump-sheep absolutely nuts, is when President Biden gets in front of a microphone and speaks confidently, coherently and with integrity; like the President should. Trump’s sheep have been programmed to believe that President Biden is old, demented and talks nonsense. When they watch a video clip like this, they’re all having a collective stroke. Its hard to reconcile what they have been told about ‘sleepy joe’, and what the entire World sees and hears with their own eyes and ears about President Biden.

  6. So refreshing to hear a well informed human being let alone a president that speaks coherently with knowledge and authority, rather than some meaningless words that put together to form some meaningless sentences that only praises oneself like Trump, and at the end it goes nowhere.

    1. @Patriot awww, still mad about the election loss that’s why you’re trolling to run your loser mouth?

  7. President: Joe Biden is are World Leader Representative and President of the United States of American who represent the American People in all forgein and domestic affairs.

  8. 1:18 Funny about that… it’s not like there’s such thing as a CIA or Central America….

  9. Excellent points, though awkward, in a way. The US has violated some international norms, as have many of our allies. I won’t indulge Putin’s “what about?” deflections from his own blatant atrocities, but I’d also like to see us claim a bigger piece of the moral high ground than we have. We can do better. Standing up to a tyrant like Putin is a good step. Acknowledging both Israeli & Palestinian human rights is another. Let’s keep walking forward.

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