'WAR CRIMINAL': US President Drags Vlad Putin with Heavy Accusation
With fears of World War III still looming large, the global community is wasting no time in escalating the rhetoric that surrounds Vladimir Putin’s incorrigible invasion of Ukraine.
It was only a matter of days before Russia’s military forces were found out to be far weaker than previously believed, as Ukraine’s military, (along with the help of their brave citizens), began repelling attacks from all manner of Kremlin cronies. Well, that’s if they could even keep their convoys moving, with logistical oversights stranding nearly-helpless Russian soldiers for miles.
These failures brought with them an obscene shift in tactics, with Russia now indiscriminately bombing civilians, hospitals, shelters, and churches.
The offensive amounts to a war crime, according to Joe Biden.
President Joe Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “war criminal” Wednesday, a rhetorical leap that came as civilian deaths mount in Ukraine.Trending:
It was the harshest condemnation of Putin’s actions from any US official since the war in Ukraine began three weeks ago. Previously, Biden had stopped short of labeling atrocities being documented on the ground in Ukraine as “war crimes,” citing ongoing international and US investigations.
But on Wednesday, speaking with reporters at an unrelated event, Biden affixed the designation on the Russian leader.
There was no mistaking it.
“I think he is a war criminal,” Biden said after remarks at the White House.
The question now will be whether or not Putin’s nuclear threats will deter any attempt to drag him to The Hague.