As the devastation continues to unfold in Eastern Europe, one former president is clearly disgruntled that the current administration is doing next to nothing effective to stop the onslaught.
And that former president would be none other than President Trump, who sees the travesties unfolding abroad and feels the anger at being unable to lead the nation during one of its worst moments of international crisis.
“You have to work out a deal! They have to stop killing these people, but they don’t respect the United States, and the United States, they aren’t doing anything about it,” Trump remarked.
The former president also called out the fact that the Biden administration apparently feels compelled to continue purchasing oil from Russia, undoubtedly funding Putin’s war machine.
You know, the same oil that Trump tried to move the nation away from with the Keystone XL pipeline, which would have disempowered Russia from the start.
“But the United States is spending billions of dollars every day buying Russian oil, rather than opening its capabilities, and that is funding Russia’s efforts,” Trump continued in disbelief.
That would be because Biden, for reasons unknown, apparently feels beholden to the demands of former bartender and current brat AOC, who trills on and on about carbon emissions while routinely taking first class flights whenever she can allegedly justify them.
The reality is Biden needs to stop funding Putin, stat.
“You stop buying their oil, and that will do it,” Trump continued, “we don’t need oil from these other countries. These countries are not our friends. We don’t need oil from them. The biggest advantage we have over China is the fact they don’t have oil. We do. It is liquid gold under our feet.”
Liquid gold that Biden refuses to touch. Maybe he’ll sell the land to Bill Gates, who will in turn continue to sell out to China.
The opposite of what Trump achieved while in office, specifically with regards to making Germany “pay up” in terms of NATO contributions, which are appearing increasingly critical now.
“I got [Germany] to pay $430 billion,” Trump boasted, “when I first went, my first meeting at NATO … they weren’t paying, 20 out of 28 countries were not current. Many were totally delinquent, I said, If you don’t pay we are not going to defend you. I took a lot of heat for that, but guess what? Everybody paid.”
And everyone is probably secretly glad they did not, especially in the face of unilateral Putin aggression.
It would be nice if Trump were acknowledged, however, especially given the generally low costs that he brought about to everyone via energy independence.
“Saudi Arabia and also, OPEC, as a whole they’ve rejected every request they made … We had energy [prices] so low, I was fighting to keep it up,” Trump proclaimed, “do you remember it went down to numbers that nobody has ever seen before? We had it back up – we got to $40 [a barrel] and that was good; everybody could make money at the same time we were at $1.87 [a gallon] at the pump for gasoline.”
In other words, Trump struck deals. Biden started wars.
And he’s probably about to start another one with China, at least in terms of “sanctions,” especially since China has just announced that it will serve as a financial lifeline to Russia.
And China will likely announce its desire to seize Taiwan in the near future, especially given how ineffectual Biden has been to date.
“President Xi [Jinping] happens to be a man with high intelligent levels,” Trump remarked, “he sees that this is his opportunity to do what he wanted to do, [which is] what China wanted to do for decades.”
In all likelihood, the fictional news media will begin blaring about Trump’s remarks regarding Xi’s intelligence, given how grossly misrepresented his remarks on Putin were.
“The RINOs, warmongers, and fake news continue to blatantly lie and misrepresent my remarks on Putin because they know this terrible war being waged against Ukraine would have never happened under my watch,” Trump declared.
The former president also reiterated his opposition to the devastation in Ukraine, which could have been entirely prevented had he or someone likeminded been in charge now.
“There should be no war waging now in Ukraine, and it is terrible for humanity that Biden, NATO, and the West have failed so terribly in allowing it to start,” Trump concluded, “they laid down the welcome mat and gave Russia the opening, now Putin may be getting everything he wanted, with Ukraine and the rest of the world suffering the consequences … It’s terrible, but this is what you get with Biden, the Democrats, and RINO warmongers!”
Which is precisely why all of them should be evicted from the swamp, stat.
Assuming the world survives to the end of 2022, judging from all the different ways in which the word “nuclear” is bandied about in the media.
Author: Jane Jones