Ryan E.
July 15, 2023

Biden Calls Ukraine's Zelensky 'Vladimir'

Just a short time after confusing the conflict between Ukraine and Russia with the Iraq War, Joe Biden has done it again.

This time, despite claiming to be supporting Ukraine until the end of time in their battle against Putin, Biden didn't even call Ukraine's new dictator by the right name.

He accidentally referred to Volodymyr Zelensky as "Vladimir" during his closing speech at the annual NATO summit in Lithuania.

I call Zelensky a dictator, because he has currently suspended all Democratic elections in his country. This means that Zelensky has essentially appointed himself the president of Ukraine for the indefinite future.

"Vladimir and I…we…uh…I shouldn’t be so familiar. Erm, Mr. Zelensky and I talked about what guarantees we can make in the meantime…" Biden mumbled during his speech.

Joe wants to convince us to send about a billion dollars there every day, but he can't even be bothered to learn their leader's name?

I think that Dirty Old Joe has it backward.

We should be expecting MORE from our president during times of conflict, not less.

I'm not saying that Joe Biden did anything malicious here, but intent simply can't matter at this point when the stakes of the end results are simply too high.

This isn't the only time Biden has embarrassed America in front of other world leaders recently.

One thing he's been accused of is getting a little to handsy with King Charles:

I'm not saying that Biden should step down only because he's old. This doesn't have to do with age, it has to do with Biden's failing mental abilities.

If he ever had working ones in the first place, that is.

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