Biden Tells Troops They’re Going To Ukraine, Then Says ‘They’ Won’t Let Him Go

US President Joe Biden looks down alongside First Lady Jill Biden as they attend the dignified transfer of the remains of a fallen service member at Dover Air Force Base in Dover, Delaware, August, 29, 2021, one of the 13 members of the US military killed in Afghanistan last week. – President Joe Biden prepared Sunday at a US military base to receive the remains of the 13 American service members killed in an attack in Kabul, a solemn ritual that comes amid fierce criticism of his handling of the Afghanistan crisis. Biden and his wife, Jill, both wearing black and with black face masks, first met far from the cameras with relatives of the dead in a special family center at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware.The base, on the US East Coast about two hours from Washington, is synonymous with the painful return of service members who have fallen in combat. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP) (Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)

Has Sleepy Joe lost his marbles?

Joe Biden spoke to US troops in Rzeszow, Poland Friday addressing the current circumstances in Ukraine, which has been under an invasion by Russia for over three weeks.

The White House occupant, who has thus far insisted that the United States will not wage a war against Russia, sowed doubts about his claims after he indicated that 82nd Airborne in Poland would soon see Ukraine.

Look at how they’re stepping up,” Biden said. “You’re going to see, when you’re there, and some of you have been there, you’re going to see women, young people, standing in the middle, in front of the damn tank, just saying, ‘I’m not leaving. I’m holding my ground.’ They’re incredible.

The Ukrainian people have a lot of backbone, a lot of guts. I’m sure you’re observing it,” Biden told the US troops. “And I don’t mean just the military, which we’ve been training since back when Russia moved into the Southeast, Ukraine, but also the average citizen, look at how they’re stepping up.”

Things are moving so fast, change is happening so quickly, that democracies require consensus. And we can’t put together consensus as quickly as autocrats can. So what’s at stake, not just in what we’re doing here in Ukraine to try to help the Ukrainian people and keep the massacre from continuing,” Biden continued.“But beyond that, what the stake is what are your kids and grandkids going to look like in terms of their freedom?” 

He also said there are fewer democracies in the world today than there were 10 years ago.

The world ain’t going to be the same, not because of Ukraine, but it’s not going to be the same in 10 to 15 years from now in terms of our organizational structures, and the question is who is going to prevail: democracy’s going to prevail and the values we share, or autocracy is going to prevail. And that’s really what’s at stake. So what you’re doing is consequential, really consequential.

Biden also made headlines after he said that an undefined ‘they’ would not allow him to enter Ukraine.

Part of my disappointment is that uh I can’t see it firsthand like I have in other places. They will not let me… cross the border and take a look at what’s going on in uh in Ukraine,” Joe meekly stated Friday.


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