Biden Threatens Regime Change in Russia, Thinks He has the Power to Control who is in Charge of Russia

Delusional Joe Biden is back at it again with a threat to remove Vladimir Putin from power over their war in Ukraine – claiming to be much more powerful than he really is.

As if destroying America through terrible policy wasn’t enough, Sleepy Joe seems to be determined to bait Russia into hurling Nukes in our direction.

Biden proclaimed he would “allow” Putin to stay in power if Russia pulls out of Ukraine, acting as if he himself controls who the leader of Russia is.

The American president seems to think he has the direct power to orchestrate regime changes in powerful foreign countries, when in reality the senile old man doesn’t even have the power to make his own decisions here in the United States.

 

You may recall the first time Joe issued such a ‘threat’ against Putin, things didn’t exactly go as he had planned.

A few months back, Biden had similarly claimed that he would install a new leader over in Russia should Putin continue the Ukraine conflict.

White House Staff quickly back peddled on the dementia-ridden commander in chief’s words, undermining his credibility on the global stage by confirming he really has no idea what he’s talking about.

Biden’s staffers understand the dangers of the president’s empty threats but it’s clear his mind is too far gone for him to see them himself.

Watch the video here to see how this nutjob is going to get us all killed!


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