VIDEO: Joe and Kamala Just Contradicted Each Other On Ukraine & It Shows The Admin Is Splitting Apart
On February 24, 2022, Biden addressed America after Russia invaded the country of Ukraine. At the end of the address, Biden took questions from reporters and his answers directly contradicted what Kamala Harris said just a few days before. As presidential as Biden attempted to sound on the 24th of February the confusion shows the administration is not on the same page. It highlights the rift in the administration and that both camps are splitting apart.
On the Sunday before Biden’s address, Kamala Harris said in Munich the purpose of the sanctions being imposed on Russia is to deter Putin from invading.
“The purpose of the sanctions has always been and continues to be deterrence,” the Vice President said.
Which is it? pic.twitter.com/4JUtw8Mxks
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) February 24, 2022
Just a few days later Putin invaded and Biden said that the sanctions were never intended to prevent anything but were to be a consequence for his actions.
“No one expected the sanctions to prevent anything from happening…Putin’s not going to say ‘oh, my god, the sanctions are coming,'” Biden said.
Biden: “No one expected the sanctions to prevent anything from happening…Putin’s not going to say ‘oh, my god, the sanctions are coming.'”
Right after a speech announcing a new round of sanctions. #Ukraine pic.twitter.com/0GctfBmTba
— John Cooper (@thejcoop) February 24, 2022
Another alarming moment in Biden’speech was when push came to shove he backed down.
“This aggression can not go unanswered, if it did the consequences for America would be much worse. America stands up to bullies. We stand up for freedom, this is who we are,” President Biden rattled.
However, when he was asked by the press if he would directly sanction Putin he declined.
Then when asked if he would ask China to help “isolate Russia” the president backed down stating he is “not prepared to comment on that at the moment.”
Watch the change in his body language…
Reporter: “Are you urging China to help isolate Russia?”
Biden: “I’m not prepared to comment on that at the moment.” pic.twitter.com/ghQtDcZoO2
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) February 24, 2022
As tough as President Biden tried to sound the administration appears to be all over the place.