Vladimir Putin Wishes Joe Biden ‘Good Health’ After Being Called a ‘Killer’ by the U.S. President
Russian President Vladimir Putin clapped back with some gentlemanly diplomacy after U.S. President Joe Biden called Putin a “killer” during a recent interview with the fake news media.
“And what would my answer be?” Putin queried during a recent press conference about Biden’s insult. “I would tell him: ‘I wish you good health.’ I am saying it without irony or jokes.”
Putin’s comment can be seen here:
Putin also spoke about how the U.S. is far from innocent when dealing with affairs on the global stage or in their homeland.
“In the history of every people, every state, there are a lot of hard, dramatic and bloody events. But when we evaluate other people or even other governments, we always look as if into the mirror. We always see ourselves in it,” Putin said.
“I remember when I was young and I got into fights with my friends, we always used to say ‘whoever calls names is called that himself,'” he continued. “And that’s not just a children’s joke.”
“The meaning is quite deep psychologically. We always see our own qualities in another person and think that he/she is like ourselves. And coming from that, evaluate his/her actions and evaluate him/her overall,” Putin added.
Putin’s comments are a far cry from those of Biden. The mush-brained puppet followed globalist orders and echoed xenophobic comments about Russia that have become commonplace in recent years.
“He will pay a price,” Biden told lifetime Democrat operative George Stephanopoulos on ABC News with regards to Putin.
“The most important thing dealing with foreign leaders in my experience, and I’ve dealt with an awful lot of them in my career, is just know the other guy,” Biden added before letting it be known that he believes Putin is a “killer” who “doesn’t have a soul.”
A recent deep state report has claimed that Russia engaged in “influence operations aimed at denigrating President Biden’s candidacy and the Democratic Party, supporting former President Trump, undermining public confidence in the electoral process, and exacerbating sociopolitical divisions in the U.S.”
This vague “intelligence” babble will be used to stage further strife between the nations for the profits of defense contractors and the military-industrial complex.
To the rest of the world, Putin looks like a credible and intelligent statesman while Biden looks like a total clown. Perhaps Biden could learn a thing or two from the Russian leader.