While Biden has always provided Trump with a broad array of disastrous decisions to attack, perhaps nowhere is Biden’s disastrous tenure clearer than it has been in the international sphere.
At least when factoring in the Southern border as part of the “international sphere,” though it is clear that the Biden administration is a little too interested in effectively absorbing Central America, provided they all vote Democrat.
Given Biden’s remarkable ineptitude with regards to Central America, it is no surprise whatsoever that Putin is able to run circles around the United States.
Which Trump has ripped apart in a recently released statement.
“Russia has become very very rich during the Biden Administration, with oil prices doubling and soon to be tripling and quadrupling,” Trump declared, “the weak sanctions are insignificant relative to taking over a country and a massive piece of strategically located land.”
It is fairly remarkable that the Biden administration made things easier for Putin while simultaneously accusing Trump of Russian collusion.
Exactly how does that work? Liberal logic …
Unfortunately, such logic comes at a terrible cost for consumers, which Trump also notes.
“Now it has begun, oil prices are going higher and higher, and Putin is not only getting what he always wanted, but getting, because of the oil and gas surge, richer and richer,” Trump continued, before recalling the days of American energy independence under his tenure.
“The U.S. was energy independent under the Trump Administration, an independence that we had never obtained before, and oil prices would have remained low. Now, what a mess our Country is in!” Trump declared.
In the meantime, bungling Biden has apparently just woken up, attempting to sound tough by blaring, “who, in the Lord’s name does Putin think gives him the right to declare new, so called, countries?”
One could also ask a similar question about Hunter’s “right” to sit on skeptical Ukrainian energy boards, especially in light of the intriguing developments unfolding in the global sphere today.
Much to the disconcertment of Americans watching the nation lose itself in the face of yet another international catastrophe.
But don’t worry. Biden’s got big, bad sanctions that have proven to do exactly nothing.
As observed by Peter Doocy, who pummeled Psaki once again over her illogical responses at keeping Putin in check.
“Why do you guys think that sanctions are going to stop Putin if his goal, ultimately, is to redraw the map, so it looks like it did 70 or 80 yrs ago? What sanction is going to stop them from doing that?” Doocy pressed, “It’s two and a half years later, he is intimidating the United States and those in Eastern Europe. What happened?”
On her part, Psaki apparently thought it was a good idea to direct Doocy to looking at a “prism,” as if this magically invented “prism” is going to distract from the fact that Psaki, once again, deflected. Abysmally.
“I would look at actually from the prism of – the United States and President Biden has rallied the world, rallied Europe, to stand up against the efforts and the actions of President Putin,” Psaki sniffed.
Oh yeah. Biden really “rallied” Europe with his Afghanistan withdrawal.
He also really “rallied” Europe by backing Trudeau’s authoritarian crackdown on protestors.
One thing is for certain: Biden is certainly “rallying” America’s enemies into action.
As the international catastrophes will hardly stop with Russia.
Trump said it best: “China’s going to be next.”
Author: Jane Jones