Russian President Vladimir Putin has responded to Biden calling him a “killer” with two insults of his own. Biden’s gaffes already appear to be escalating the US’s relationship with Russia in a bad way.
Biden and his Intel community are accusing Russia of interfering in the 2020 election while giving China a complete pass. This pro-China narrative is the opposite of what the former Intel Chief Ratcliffe shared in January before the corrupt Biden gang took over:
Now Biden is not only giving China a pass, but Biden is also calling Putin “a killer”:
Russia announced late Wednesday that it was withdrawing its ambassador to the U.S. effective Saturday for “consultations” after U.S. President Joe Biden publicly attacked and threatened Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“On March 20, Ambassador of Russia to the United States Anatoly Antonov is leaving for Moscow for consultations. During his meetings in the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other agencies, it is planned to discuss ways to rectify Russia-U.S. ties that are in crisis,” the Russian embassy confirmed on Wednesday.
“The current situation is a result of the deliberate policy of Washington that during the past years was making steps to bring — in essence, intentionally — our bilateral interaction into a deadlock. The unconstructive course of the Administration towards our country does not meet the interests of Russia and the United States, while certain ill-considered statements of high-ranking U.S. officials have put the already excessively confrontational relations under the threat of collapse at all,” the statement added.
Putin went on to say in response to Biden’s remarks calling Putin a “killer”:
In reaction to Biden’s comments, Putin said on Thursday, “I remember in my childhood, when we argued in the courtyard we used to say: it takes one to know one. And that’s not a coincidence, not just a children’s saying or joke,” as Reuters reported.
Putin implied that Biden was projecting his own self-assessment, saying, “We always see our own traits in other people and think they are like how we really are. And as a result we assess (a person’s) activities and give assessments.”