According to reports, Joe Biden told attendees of a Democratic fundraiser that took place on Thursday evening in the New York residence of James Murdoch that the United States and Russia are on the verge of a nuclear “Armageddon” over the situation in Ukraine.
Biden compared the current situation to the Cuban Missile Crisis, which occurred in 1962 and resulted in a standoff between the United States and Russia because of Russian nuclear weapons that were stationed on Cuban land.
According to reports, Joe Biden made a statement in which he said, in part, “We’re going to keep providing assistance to [Ukraine], but (for) the very first time ever since the Cuban missile emergency, we have the significant threat of the deployment of a nuclear weapon if, in reality, things remain on the path that they’re going.” That’s a whole different ballgame.”
One day after boasting that “No one fs with a Biden,” Joe Biden revealed that Vladimir Putin may drive him towards nuclear Armageddon over Ukraine. Biden’s admission came one day after he had said, “No one fs with a Biden.”
We are going to keep our support for [Ukraine], however for the first time ever since the Cuban missile episode, there is a direct risk that a nuclear weapon may be used if things continue in the direction that they are heading. Despite this, we are going to keep our support for [Ukraine]. That’s a whole different ballgame.”
Last month, President Vladimir Putin said that he would protect Russian territory “with all the tools at our disposal,” which raised suspicions that he may have been referring to nuclear weapons.
In a subsequent presentation, Vladimir Putin alluded to the fact that the United States established a “precedent” by using nuclear bombs during World War II on Japan. This remark served to exacerbate the aforementioned worry.
Recently, Vice President Biden issued a warning to Russian President Vladimir Putin to “Don’t, Don’t, Don’t” deploy nuclear weapons into Ukraine.