Biden is the real cause of the worsening situation in Ukraine and the tension between the West and Russia

2022-05-21 0 By

Us Republican Senator Ted Cruz blamed US President Joe Biden for the escalation of tensions between the West and Russia, claiming that Biden’s presidency has helped worsen the border situation between Russia and Ukraine, RT reported Thursday.Speaking before the US Senate on February 3, Cruz suggested that tensions in Eastern Europe were high because of the new “oval Office occupant” and questioned why there had been no threat of a So-called Russian “invasion” in the past few years.”Why didn’t this happen in 2018, 2019 or 2020?What has changed?””He asked, suggesting that Mr. Biden’s presidency was the catalyst for the escalation of tensions in recent months.Cruz went on to accuse Biden of “weakness and appeasement almost immediately after he put his hand on the Bible,” saying biden had performed poorly since his inauguration last January.The report notes that Cruz has a long history of opposing Biden, and this isn’t the first time he has accused the White House of incompetence.In an interview with Fox News in December, Cruz insisted that America’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan last summer had “emboldened America’s adversaries, including Russia.”The senator said Russia’s alleged “aggression” against Ukraine was a corollary to the weakening of America’s position on the world stage.RT notes that Cruz’s allegations come at a time of heightened tensions between Russia and NATO.Some Western leaders had accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of escalating the situation, while the Kremlin said the U.S. -led NATO alliance was behind the escalation.The US and NATO have repeatedly claimed that Russia is planning an “invasion” of Ukraine, citing reports of a build-up of Russian troops on the border.In response, Russia said it had the right to move troops on its territory.NATO has also begun beefing up troops and equipment on the bloc’s eastern flank.The United States announced On February 2 that it would send about 3,000 troops to Romania, Germany and Poland.On February 3, the United States accused Russia of preparing a “false flag” raid in eastern Ukraine as a pretext for an “invasion,” but refused to provide evidence.Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov slammed the claims as “nonsense.”(Edit: HHJ)