Kremlin: It’s Rhetorical to Call Biden “Crazy SOB” Putin Like a Hollywood Cowboy

By referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “crazy SOB,” Joe Biden defied American values, according to the Kremlin, which interpreted his statement as a bungled “Hollywood cowboy” act.

The president of the United States said the “crazy SOB” in response to a statement about risks to the world, which also included “that guy Putin and others,” the possibility of nuclear war, and the existential threat that climate change poses to civilization.

“It is unlikely that the president of the United States would infringe on the rights of our president, President Putin,” Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told Reuters. “But it debases those who use such vocabulary.”

According to Peskov, the comment was “probably an attempt to look like a Hollywood cowboy.” However, I genuinely don’t believe that is feasible.”

Has Mr. Putin ever addressed you with even one expletive word? This has never occurred. As a result, I believe that such a terminology debases America itself,” Peskov declared, calling it an embarrassment to the country.

Putin’s friend and 2008–2012 president Dmitry Medvedev claimed that “useless old geezers, like Biden himself,” posed an existential threat to humanity. Biden, according to Medvedev, was “senile” and “ready to start a war with Russia.”

The largest crisis in relations between Russia and the West since the Cold War has been brought on by the conflict in Ukraine, the passing of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, and claims by the United States that Russia intends to launch a nuclear weapon into space.

Certain diplomats from both Russia and the United States said they cannot recall a period when ties between the two largest nuclear powers in the world were worse, even during the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis.

Following the announcement of Navalny’s death in a Russian prison colony last week, Biden stated that it was “a consequence of something that Putin and his thugs did.” Putin was allegedly attempting to murder Navalny, a claim the Kremlin refuted.

Officials from Russia claim that without waiting for proof, the West hurried to accuse Putin. The West’s response to Navalny’s passing, according to the Kremlin, is inappropriate and unwarranted.

Putin, Biden stated in a 2022 address in Warsaw, “cannot remain in power.” Hardliners in Russia interpreted the statement as proof that the United States intended to remove Putin, but the White House downplayed it.

Biden stated in 2021 that he believed Putin was a murderer. Putin claimed that Biden called him afterwards to clarify his remarks.

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