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Biden needs to stop telling Putin it’s okay to carve up Ukraine

Intentionally or not, President Joe Biden keeps giving Russian Gangster Vladimir Putin Reason to believe he can get away with cutting off a piece of Ukraine.

He did it again this week, under the guise of emphasizing NATO’s unity over Putin’s Abomination full of invasion. The alliance, the Prez explained, “sent an unmistakable message to Putin: he will never succeed in dominating and occupying all of Ukraine.”

All Ukraine, Biden clarified – clearly implying allies will do so Accept the conquest of Russia Part of the country.

Putin will certainly see this as reason to believe that he can actually take over the energy-rich Donbass region and the surrounding area already leveled Mariupol — and that’s what damn Vlad has implicitly set as his current target this week after the Ukrainians thwarted his attempt at conquest the whole nation.

This follows Biden’s pre-war “warning” to Putin, in which Joe suggested that the alliance might not do anything if Russia would just take a piece (well, Another Piece, since it conquered the Crimea at that time Biden was Vice President) of the country.

President Joe Biden
President Joe Biden has so far failed to stem Vladimir Putin’s raging war on Ukraine.
AP Photo/Ted S. Warren

Yes, the west has limits to confront Putin. But it would certainly be nice if the US President stopped implying that the tyrant can get away with taking Ukraine bit by bit.

https://nypost.com/2022/04/22/biden-has-to-stop-telling-putin-its-ok-to-carve-up-ukraine/ Biden needs to stop telling Putin it’s okay to carve up Ukraine

DUSTIN JONES

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