Armageddon (noun): the site or time of a final and conclusive battle between the forces of good and evil
The White House press secretary tried to defend Joe Biden's recent "Armageddon" comments by telling reporters (and all of America) on Friday: "The kind of irresponsible rhetoric we have seen is no way for the leader of a nuclear-armed state to speak, and that's what the president was making very clear."
Grassfire staff had to read her statement twice because, honestly, we weren't sure if she was talking about her boss or Russian president Vladimir Putin. Last night, however, attempts to "walk back" Joe Biden's nuclear warning proved futile. In an interview with CNN, the so-called "Commander-in-Chief" doubled down, saying:
"What I am talking about, I am talking to Putin. He, in fact, cannot continue with impunity to talk about the use of a tactical nuclear weapon as if that’s a rational thing to do. ...The mistakes get made, the miscalculation could occur, no one could be sure what would happen and it could end in Armageddon."
And there it is! The "leader" of the free world is using End Times prophecy, possibly, to justify all-out war with Russia. Obviously, either Joe Biden doesn't realize how dangerous and irresponsible that is -- or he doesn't care. How about you? What do you think?
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It looks like Joe Biden might be slow-walking the United States into World War III. He's been criticized over the past week after hinting, a bit cavalierly, at nuclear annihilation. During a recent Democrat fundraiser in New York, Mr. Biden alarmingly claimed that his proxy war in Ukraine could lead to "Armageddon."
Republicans, including President Trump, immediately blasted the comments as "wrong," "reckless," "inappropriate" and "irresponsible." CNN even described them as "bone chilling." Now, Grassfire wants to know where you stand. Make your voice heard by voting in our new "Joe Must Go?" QuickPoll now.
Click here or on the "YES!" image below if you think Joe Biden should leave or be forced from office for possibly pushing America and the world into a nuclear war with Russia. Click here or on the "NO!" image below if you still support the current "Commander-in-Chief."
Is it time for Joe Biden to resign, be impeached or removed from office? If a global, nuclear war breaks out over Ukraine, the world as you know it now will cease to exist. The human species could end. Millions would die immediately, and billions would perish in the aftermath of nuclear annihilation.
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Remarks by President Biden at Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Reception (WhiteHouse•gov)
White House defends Biden's 'Armageddon' comment, says no indication Russia preparing to use nuclear weapons (FOX News)
Biden sends a careful but chilling new nuclear message to Putin in CNN interview (CNN)
Trump warns US 'saying exactly the wrong thing' to Russia after Biden’s 'Armageddon' remarks (The Hill)
Pompeo rips Biden's 'reckless' Armageddon remark: 'One of the greatest foreign policy failures' (FOX News)
Marsha Blackburn blasts Biden's nuclear 'Armageddon' warning: World leaders see a 'very weak' president (FOX News)
Biden's chilling 'Armageddon' warning sharpens the stakes with Putin (CNN)
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