Military Turns On Biden – He’s DONE

Even Joe Biden’s own military doesn’t trust him.

Joe Biden recently stated that he was refusing to send rocket systems to Ukraine that could reach Russia.

Now, his own team isn’t sure if that’s actually true.

House Armed Services Committee Chairman Representative Adam Smith, a Democrat from Washington, isn’t so sure that Biden had any idea what he was talking about. According to Smith, Biden’s statement “was an off-hand remark.”

Translation: Dirty Joe Biden was babbling without thinking again.

“We’ll have to see what the policy is. I’m not sure about the president’s specific remark in answer to that question this morning,” Smith said.

Smith was referring to Biden saying that “we’re not going to send to Ukraine rocket systems that can strike into Russia.” when asked if he was “going to send long-range rocket systems to Ukraine?”

“I think it was an off-hand remark,” Smith said. “I think that the question can be interpreted in two ways. We certainly do not support Ukraine targeting Russia, but when you’re talking about artillery shells or missiles, Ukraine is right on the border with Russia, any artillery shell or missile that we send them could target Russia. Ones of longer range could obviously target it from further away, but the importance of the longer-range missiles is not to attack Russia. It’s that the Russians are attacking, as you know, all across Ukraine. Certainly, the fighting right now is focused in the east, to some degree in the south. But they have launched attacks as far away as Lviv, certainly in Kyiv, and elsewhere. So, if the Ukrainians have longer-range missiles, they can better defend against those attacks. So, we’ll have to see what the policy is. I’m not sure about the president’s specific remark in answer to that question this morning. It’s a more complicated question than that question implied.”

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