Biden nearly gaffes his way to World War III with botched regime change statement

During his trip to Poland, President Joe Biden made a fool out of himself — and America — once again as he gaffed his way through a number of what should have been globally important political speeches regarding the Ukraine-Russia conflict.

According to Fox News, the president’s most disastrous mistake came at the end of his trip, during a speech to the Russian people claiming that Vladimiur Putin must not be allowed “to remain in power,” suggesting that the U.S. president had just called for regime change, which would be an unprecedented and monumental break in U.S. policy. 

Biden’s bombshell remarks made immediate headlines around the world, as the U.S. president had just basically called for Putin to be removed from power.

Within hours, the White House scrambled to put out yet another “clarification” statement, as they’d been forced to do several times while Biden was in Europe, clarifying that the president wasn’t pushing the idea of regime change.

Not walking back?

Inevitably, the president was hounded by reporters upon returning to U.S soil, mostly seeking clarification from the president himself regarding what he meant by asserting that Putin could no longer “remain in power,” as the remark was not only dangerous, but reportedly off-script.

Biden insisted to reporters that he was “not walking back” his statement, but never gave anything more than a convoluted answer as to what he meant by suggesting that Putin should be removed from power.

“I’m not walking anything back. The fact of the matter is, I was expressing the moral outrage I felt toward the way Putin is dealing and the actions of this man, which is just brutality,”  Biden said, which, as it turned out, was one of the talking points on a cheat sheet — verbatim — that the president was holding during his Q&A session with reporters.

“He shouldn’t be in power,” Biden added. “People like this shouldn’t be ruling countries, but they do, in fact. They do. But, doesn’t mean I can’t express my outrage about it.”

Can’t keep doing this

Biden and his administration were ripped to shreds upon his return to the United States, with many pundits admitting that while it’s one thing that Biden gaffes about ice cream or climate change, it’s an entirely different — and much more serious — issue when he nearly gaffes his own country into a third World War.

While the usually friendly pro-Biden mainstream media seems slightly more willing to criticize his mistakes, there’s still not enough pressure, which certainly needs to change before Biden bites off more than he can chew with something he can’t simply have his handlers walk back, and ultimately endangers American lives.

There used to be the thought that using the 25th Amendment to oust Biden wasn’t a great option since it would mean Vice President Kamala Harris takes over, but at this point, it might have to be done regardless, as Biden doesn’t appear capable or cognitively fit to carry out the required duties of his office.


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