Trump Reminds the Nation of What President Biden Said Before the Suspicious Explosion at Nord Stream: “World War III Anyone?” It would appear that fear of American leadership overseas has ended with the election of President Joe Biden.
Since the election of Biden, there has been a Russian invasion of Ukraine, Chinese incursions into Taiwanese airspace, and a disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, where the Taliban are now stronger than they have ever been in a short time since Joe Biden was president. All of these events have taken place in less than two years.
According to a survey that YouGovAmerica carried out in 2019, a majority of [Americans] feel (59 percent) that it is likely that another global war will occur in the next 40 years. The poll was conducted during the presidency of Donald Trump.
In a recent post on Truth Social, former President Donald Trump gave the impression that he agrees with the thesis that Joe Biden is leading the country in the direction of World War III.
His tweet contained a video of President Joe Biden speaking in February. In the clip, Biden can be heard saying if Russia invades, then there will no longer be a Nord Stream 2. We will put an end to this.
The reporter who initially posed the issue to Biden questioned, how will you precisely accomplish that, considering the project and control of the project is within the hands of Germany?
Biden’s response, accompanied by a little grin, was, “We will, I promise you, we will be able to do it.”
Trump posed the rhetorical question, “World War III Anyone?” as the heading for his tweet. The Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines were sabotaged seven months after Biden’s ominous statement.
Breitbart reports that Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen stated that the gas leaks, one of which occurred in Danish waters, were caused by sabotage. Still, the Danish leader did not name any possible perpetrators, stating, There is no information indicating who could be behind it.
Russian officials reportedly utilized a pipeline controlled by the state as an apparent saber rattle, as reported by German media sites such as DW Akademie. In a report published by DW Akademie in August, “there would be no gas supply to Germany between August 31 and September 3” because of “planned maintenance” in Russia.
Dmitry Peskov, a spokesperson for the Russian government, responded to a question concerning the restart of gas supplies by saying, Except for technical problems caused by sanctions, there will be no disruption.
As if to threaten the German people with more supply shutdowns if the Biden administration did not change course, Russia made a less than subtle reference to the fact that economic sanctions imposed by the United States were the reason for the “scheduled maintenance.”
As a result, it was exceedingly suspicious when, less than a month later, the Russian pipeline controlled by the state experienced significant damage that all parties appeared to agree was the result of sabotage.