Joe Biden delivered his second State of the Union Address on Tuesday.
Ukrainian Ambassador Oksana Markarova attended the speech as a special guest.
But Joe Biden said ten words to the Ukrainian Ambassador during his State of the Union that could mean World War III.
Joe Biden addressed the nation for 72 minutes on Tuesday during his second State of the Union Address.
Biden used the speech to push the Democrats’ left-wing agenda, including amnesty for illegal aliens, massive gun bans, codifying abortion on demand into federal law, expensive and inefficient green energy, and massive tax hikes on hard-working Americans.
But domestic policies were not the only issues Joe Biden touched on during his long speech.
He also promoted his proxy war with Russia in Ukraine.
“We stood against Putin’s aggression,” Biden said. “We stood with the Ukrainian people,” Biden added before calling out Ukraine’s Ambassador to the United States for a round of applause.
“Tonight, we are once again joined by Ukraine’s Ambassador to the United States,” Biden continued. “She represents not just her nation, but the courage of her people.”
Biden then told the Ambassador a lie on national TV in front of the entire country.
“Ambassador, America is united in our support for your country,” Biden said.
However, polls show a different story.
A poll on January 31 by NBC News showed an even split among the public on more funding for Ukraine.
But then Biden made one dangerous promise that could lead to World War III with Russia.
“We will stand with you as long as it takes,” Biden told the Ambassador. “Our nation is working for more freedom, more dignity, and more peace, not just in Europe, but everywhere.”
Of course, the United States has already committed more than $113 billion to supporting Ukraine since the beginning of the conflict in February of 2022.
This includes more than $27 billion in military assistance.
Biden recently approved sending Abrams tanks to Ukraine, a major step in providing the country’s military with more lethal support.
Military officials are already sounding the alarm over stockpiles of weapons and ammunition dropping to “dangerously low levels.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly threatened to use nuclear weapons in the conflict if necessary.
Experts say Putin is serious and his threats should not be taken lightly by Biden.
But Joe Biden continues to escalate his dangerous proxy war with Russia in Ukraine.
And he just promised to send more American money and supplies to Ukraine for as long as it takes.
Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.