WWIII Watch: Biden Refuses Press Question on Suspected Russian Missile Strike on Poland; Reporters Then Rushed Out of Emergency Meeting

As the world edges closer to nuclear World War III over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Joe Biden tersely refused a reporter’s question about the reported Russian missile strike on Poland Tuesday that killed two Poles in a farm town on the border with Ukraine.

Biden had called for an emergency meeting of Western allied leaders Wednesday morning local time at the G20 Summit in Bali. In attendance were leaders from France, Germany, USA, Spain, Canada, UK, Italy, Japan, EU, Netherlands, and the European Commission.

Reporter: “Mr. President, can you tell us what you know so far about the explosion in Poland, sir?”

Biden: “No!”

The White House set a YouTube live feed of the meeting with this descriptor, “President Biden discusses a meeting with world leaders on explosion that took place in the eastern part of Poland and the United States’ commitment to support Poland’s investigation.”

It was also described as “President Biden holds an emergency round table with world leaders, Bali, Indonesia.” The live feed did not happen. The video now shows just a few seconds of the pool spray featured above but without audio.

Earlier Poland issued a statement confirming the deadly missile was Russian made.

An emergency NATO meeting will be held on Wednesday where Poland will likely invoke Article 4–emergency consultation.

The White House released a readout of Biden’s call with Polish President Andrzej Fuda Tuesday evening D.C. time before the Bali meeting.

“President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. spoke with President Andrzej Duda of Poland and expressed deep condolences for the loss of life in Eastern Poland earlier this evening. President Duda described Poland’s ongoing assessment of the explosion that took place in the eastern part of the country near the border with Ukraine. President Biden offered full U.S. support for and assistance with Poland’s investigation. President Biden reaffirmed the United States’ ironclad commitment to NATO. The two leaders said that they and their teams should remain in close touch to determine appropriate next steps as the investigation proceeds.”

Russia has denied being behind the missile attack.

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