Joe Biden said nine words that nearly started World War III

Joe Biden is a politician defined by verbal gaffes.

Biden’s cognitive decline is now a threat to America’s national security.

And he said nine words that nearly started World War III.

Joe Biden traveled to Poland to reassure NATO allies that the United States would not allow Russia to widen its war beyond Ukraine.

Instead, Joe Biden made a mistake that held the potential for igniting nuclear war with Russia.

Biden spoke at the Royal Palace in the Polish capital of Warsaw.

Joe Biden’s handlers set up the scene and the speech to present Biden as a Churchillian figure leading the free world to stand up to a modern-day Hitler.

“Ukraine will never be a victory for Russia, for free people refuse to live in a world of hopelessness and darkness,” Biden stated. “We will have a different future, a brighter future, rooted in democracy and principle, hope and light, of decency and dignity of freedom and possibilities.”

But Biden’s cognitive impairment caused Biden to drift off script and utter nine of the most dangerous words any president ever spoke when Biden called for regime change in Russia.

“For God’s sake,” Biden ranted, “this man cannot remain in power.”

This was a serious – and dangerous – escalation of rhetoric from Joe Biden.

Russia could view the statement as the United States’ goal to overthrow their government as an overt act of war.

If hostilities ever began between the United States and Russia, all bets are off.

Vladimir Putin sits in control of the world’s largest nuclear arsenal.

And American officials believe Putin will use nuclear weapons if pushed to the brink.

Biden’s call for regime change also came days after Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov told CNN International that Russia would use nuclear weapons if it felt it faced an “existential threat.”

“President Putin intends to make the world listen to and understand our concerns,” Peskov. “We’ve been trying to convey our concerns to the world — to Europe, to the United States — for a couple of decades, but no one would listen to us.”

“We have a concept of domestic security, and, well, it’s public. You can read all the reasons for nuclear arms to be used,” Peskov said. “If it is an existential threat for our country, then it can be used.”

Joe Biden announcing to the world that the United States’ goal in this war was overthrowing the Russian government could qualify as an existential threat and trigger the Russians to launch nuclear weapons.

The White House quickly walked backed Biden’s dangerous claim before Russia could misinterpret the rantings of a senile old man for the United States declaring war on Russia.

Secretary of State Anthony Blinken made it clear during a press conference in Jerusalem that the United States was not pursuing a regime change policy in Russia.

“I think the President, the White House made the point last night that, quite simply, President Putin cannot be empowered to wage war or engage in aggression against Ukraine or anyone else,” Blinken stated.

“As you know, and as you’ve heard us say repeatedly, we do not have a strategy of regime change in Russia or anywhere else, for that matter. In this case, as in any case, it’s up to the people of the country in question. It’s up to the Russian people,” Blinken concluded.

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