Biden Crumbles, Calls Russia ‘Mother Russia’ During Press Conference

President Joe Biden decided to hold a rare solo press conference on Wednesday to share his successes from his first year in office. Instead, he continued to show the world why our nation faces so many problems, as he couldn’t answer basic questions from reporters.

After being asked about Russia, Biden said, “I think he still does not want any full-blown war, number one. Number two, I think he’ll test the west, test the United States and NATO as significantly as he can. Yes, I think he will, but I think he’ll pay a serious and dear price for it that he doesn’t think now will cost him what it’s going to cost him and I think he’ll regret having done it.”

Say what? If we interpret his blundered response, it sounds like he says Russia does plan to do something in Ukraine but that there will be a response to it. Sounds more like he has given up Ukraine rather than standing for the freedoms of other democracies around the world.

Biden also calls the nation “mother Russia” in the video, adding more concern regarding either Biden’s view of Russia, his cognitive decline or both.

Watch the video and see for yourself whether Biden should be bragging about his first years successes in the latest video from commentator Dinesh D’Souza.

 


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