The world knows Biden is weak.
Russian State TV warned that the United States will be “reduced to radioactive ash.”
Joe Biden’s foreign policy positions have been described by experts as “weak” and “feckless,” and at one point former director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe called it a “surrender and retreat” agenda.
The results have been predictable: Radical elements around the globe, from China to North Korea and back, have turned more and more belligerent.
But aÂ reportÂ from American Military News now has documented perhaps the most blatant threat to date.
“A Russian state television host threatened on Sunday that the U.S. could be ‘reduced to radioactive ash’ if it does not meet the demands laid out by Russia for deescalating tensions around Ukraine,” the report explained.
Russia demanded that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) should roll back military deployments in eastern Europe and bar Ukraine and other post-Soviet nations from joining the alliance.Â News of the WeekÂ state-TV host Dmitry Kiselyov went on a lengthy monologue about why the U.S. and NATO should meet Russiaâ€™s demands.
â€œThe U.S. and NATO must roll back from our borders, otherwise we will, figuratively speaking, â€˜roll upâ€™ to their borders and create symmetrical, unacceptable risksâ€¦ If you put a gun to our head, we will respond in kind,â€ KiselyovÂ said.
Kiselyov went on to say, â€œNever before has anyone published the texts of the proposed treaties, but never before in the 21st century has the situation been so acute, and the risks so great.â€
â€œWeâ€™re holding very strong cards in our hands,â€ the Russian TV host continued. â€œOur hypersonic weapons are guaranteed to produce a response that is so unpleasant for America to hear: being reduced to radioactive ash.â€
The Palmieri Report is a Pro-America News Outlet founded by Jacob Palmieri. The Palmieri Report is dedicated to giving people the truth so that they can form their own informed political opinions. You can help us beat Big Tech by following us on GETTR , Telegram, and Rumble.
Listen to our Daily News Podcast!