Biden IGNORES Veterans, Uses D-Day Speech to Attack Putin – EVOL

President Joe Biden utilized his address during the 80th anniversary of D-Day in Normandy, France, to denounce Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “tyrant” and to call on the global community to “defend democracy in our era.” This particular declaration echoed Biden’s rhetoric from his campaign, where he portrayed former President Donald Trump as a threat to democracy.

During his comments on Russia, Biden praised the Allies’ actions in the Second World War, failing to acknowledge that Soviet Russia played a crucial role as a key ally in the battle against the Axis powers, while also emphasizing that NATO carries on that legacy.

Ukraine has been invaded by a tyrant, bent on domination,” Biden warned. He said that Ukrainians had “inflicted … staggering” losses on Russia, adding: “Nearly one million people have left Russia because they can no longer see a future in Russia.”

“We will not walk away. Because if we do … it will not end there … All of Europe will be threatened,” he said.”To surrender to bullies, to bow down to dictators, is simply unthinkable.”

Biden said that the world was “living at a time when democracy is more at risk across the world



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