White House Furiously Backpedals After Biden Tells US Troops In Poland That ‘When You’re There’ In Ukraine ‘You’re Going To See’ People And Tanks

Biden made the remark while addressing members of the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division after lunching on pizza and posing for selfies with dozens of paratroopers at a mess hall in Rzeszow, southeastern Poland. “You’re going to see when you’re there, and some of you have been there, you’re gonna see — you’re gonna see women, young people standing in the middle in front of a damned tank just saying, ‘I’m not leaving, I’m holding my ground,’” Biden said. A White House official quickly clarified that Biden wasn’t changing his stance on deploying the military into Ukraine. It’s not the first time that Biden made an ‘imprecise’ remark during his third trip abroad as president.

Pretend president Joe Biden accidentally told the truth yesterday whilst addressing US troops stationed in Poland when you said ‘you’re going to see’ the bravery of the Ukrainian people ‘when you’re there’, a so-called gaffe which set his White House soaring into full-damage control mode issuing furious denials of what he had just said. When you remember that all of this is a stage play put on by the friendly folks of the New World Order, it all begins to make sense.

When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.” 

Proverbs 29:2 (KJB)

Meanwhile, in a comment that the White House did not retract, Biden told Americans to prepare for massive, ‘real’ food shortages and inflation as a result of US-led sanctions on Russia. No, these people are not incompetent, this is all intentional. How else do you explain what is basically a regional conflict in eastern Europe affecting the lives of everyday people living in America? The drumbeats leading to World War 3 are all part of the plan, a worthy successor to COVID-19 and the global lockdowns here on Day 740 of 15 Days To Flatten the Curve. Nostrovia!

Biden tells US troops they’ll be in Ukraine in war gaffe

FROM THE NY POST: Biden made the remark while addressing members of the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division after lunching on pizza and posing for selfies with dozens of paratroopers at a mess hall in Rzeszow, southeastern Poland.

“You’re going to see when you’re there, and some of you have been there, you’re gonna see — you’re gonna see women, young people standing in the middle in front of a damned tank just saying, ‘I’m not leaving, I’m holding my ground,’” Biden said.

A White House official quickly clarified that Biden wasn’t changing his stance on deploying the military into Ukraine.

“The president has been clear we are not sending US troops to Ukraine and there is no change in that position,” a Biden spokesman told The Post.

Biden also said during his remarks that the US was working to “keep the massacre from continuing” after more than 3.7 million Ukrainians fled their country during the month-old war. The Biden administration has supplied arms to Ukraine’s beleaguered military, but the president personally nixed a Polish proposal to transfer 28 Soviet-designed fighter jets to Ukraine with US help. Biden said that US facilitation of the transaction could trigger a new world war.

Although Biden spoke as if US troops were heading into Ukraine, he repeatedly ruled out that possibility in prior public remarks.

It’s not the first time that Biden made an imprecise remark during his third trip abroad as president. During a 19-minute press conference in Belgium, Biden said Thursday that the US response to Russian troops using chemical weapons “would depend on the nature of the use” — then turned heads by saying the US would respond “in kind.”

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters Friday aboard Air Force One that Biden’s “in kind” remark was not meant as a threat of the US using chemical weapons against Russia.

“The United States has no intention of using chemical weapons, period, under any circumstance,” Sullivan said. READ MORE

Joe Biden Tells U.S. Troops What They Will See in Ukraine ‘When You’re There’

President Joe Biden told American troops stationed in Poland on Friday what they would see when they arrived in Ukraine. Biden previously said that he would not be sending U.S. troops into Ukraine.