The press has destroyed President Joe Biden’s Administration over the Russia-Ukraine conflict. During a press conference from the State Department, there was a dispute between Associated Press’ Matt Lee and State Department Ned Price over the accusations he was relaying.
Biden’s Administration isn’t known for being honest with foreign policy. The withdrawal from Afghanistan was a disaster. Biden and everyone who spoke to the media or in front of a camera lied about the United States’ plans to withdraw peacefully and their preparedness.
Price made allegations that the Russian government will use a false flag-type event to start a war with Ukraine and ensure that the event is filmed to prove that they’re justified in their invasion. It comes with no proof that what Price is saying is true or that Russia will do such a thing.
Lee didn’t let Price buy this allegation because, let’s face it, there have been a large number of false flag events by the United States in the past.
Lee said, “It’s an action that you say they have taken, but you have shown no evidence to confirm that. It is like a crisis actor. It is like Alex Jones territory you’re getting into now.”
If this were Alex Jones territory, then the claim would be valid, and it would be a matter of time before it was proven to be true.
Lee continued, “What evidence do you have to support the idea that there’s some propaganda film in the making?”
Price said that the evidence was “information known to the US government” and “it’s declassified.”
Lee responded by asking where the declassified information was?
Price said, “I just delivered it,” as if that was going to be good enough evidence.
Lee said, “You made a series of allegations that’s not evidence, Ned, that’s you saying it. That’s not evidence.”
Of course, it’s not evidence. Nobody is buying that the federal government’s declassified evidence is the spokesperson saying something in front of a camera. That proves nothing and is par for the course for the Biden Administration.
Price even offered to print off the transcript from the briefing as evidence that Russia will engage in a false flag event.
It is the government we’re talking about. It’s as if they’re presenting evidence from arts and crafts time. Print off the transcript? How would that give any validation whatsoever?
Lee then spoke over Price, saying, “I remember WMDs in Iraq. I remember that Kabul was not going to fall.”
Price seems to think making this claim is deterrence and providing no supporting evidence is acceptable. Price said that the White House only declassifies information when confident in that information. If the White House is confident in the information, they will share evidence to prove their claims.
Price then questioned Lee’s ability to trust the US government and find solace in Russia’s government.