Hegemon USA finds new ways and repeats old stunts in new form to disgrace itself on the world stage.
On Thursday, Biden regime spokesmen for the state and war departments invented a Russia v. Ukraine scenario implausible enough to make real aggressors with evil intent blush.
According to fake news by interventionist Blinken’s spokesman Price:
The Biden regime “has (nonexistent) information that Russia is planning to stage fabricated attacks by Ukrainian military or intelligence forces as a pretext for a further (sic) invasion of Ukraine (sic).”
“One possible option the Russians are considering…involves the production of a propaganda video – with graphic scenes of false explosions – depicting corpses, crisis actors pretending to be mourners, and images of destroyed locations or military equipment – entirely fabricated by Russian intelligence (sic).”
Almost word-for-word, Biden regime war department’s John Kirby recited the same rubbish from a prepared-in-advance fake news script.
AP News reporter Matt Lee challenged Price’s fake news in a heated exchange, as follows:
“What action,” Lee asked?
“Have (the Russians) actually done” what you allege?
“(E)ngage in what…What activity?
“Made what report public” you cited?
“(I)t’s an action that you say that (the Russians) have taken.”
“(Y)ou have shown no evidence to confirm that.”
“What is the evidence that (Russia) intends using crisis actors? Really?”
“What evidence do you have to support the idea that there is some (Russian) propaganda film in the making?”
“(W)here is it? Where is the information (you claimed is) declassified?
What you presented is “not evidence. That’s you saying it.”
“That’s not evidence. I’m sorry.”
“I would like to see some (credible verifiable proof) that you can show.”
“I remember the (fake) WMDs in Iraq.”
“And I remember that Kabul was not going to fall.”
“I remember a lot of things.”
“So where is the declassified information other than you coming out here and saying it?”
“(Y)ou don’t have any evidence to back it up other than what you’re saying.”
“It’s like you’re saying, “We think – we have information the Russians may do this,” but you won’t tell us what the information is.”
What you claimed is “unprovable.”
“I mean, my God, what is the evidence that you have that suggests that the Russians are even planning this?”
“(Y)ou just come out and say this and expect us just to believe it without you showing a shred of evidence that it’s actually true – other than when I ask or when anyone else asks what’s the information, you said, well, I just gave it to you, which was just you making a statement.”
“You haven’t given any information” — just claims with no verification.
Kudos to Lee for embarrassing Price, for challenging his fake news, for exposing egg on his face.
Rubbish recited by Price and Kirby is the latest example of Russia bashing by making stuff up.
By a recitation of fiction from a prepared-in-advance script.
When independently verifiable evidence is absent, claims lack credibility.
Longstanding US/Western practice operates this way.
Fake news about invented enemies is their stock and trade.
Since last fall, the Biden regime and its MSM press agents falsely accused Russia of massing forces along Ukraine’s border with intent to invade.
Never was a shred of credible evidence presented to back the claim because none exists.
Yet it’s been repeated ad nauseam.
Ignored is that the Russian Federation never preemptively attacked or threatened another country.
Forever wars by hot and/or other means are longstanding US-dominated NATO policy.
It’s polar opposite how nonbelligerent, nonthreatening Russia operates on the world stage.
Asked about the latest Biden regime fake news about Russia, its EU envoy Vladimir Chizhov debunked them.
So did Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, saying:
“This isn’t the first report of its kind. Similar things have been claimed before. But nothing ever came of them.”
No Russian plan exists to attack Ukraine or any other country.
No video with crisis actors, fake explosions, imitation corpses or other props to justify cross-border aggression.
In waging hot and cold wars against invented enemies, nothing is too low, too despicable, loathsome, or lawless for US ruling regimes in pursuit of their diabolical aims.