Joe Biden called Vlad Putin a ‘killer,’ Putin says ‘takes one to know one’

Joe Biden's dogs get taken to Delaware after a 'Biting Incident' at the White House **FILE PHOTOS**

The American political media is bored, can you tell? They actually *miss* that terrible orange monster and they’re scared that the Biden Administration’s “return to competence” will make them lose ratings and subscribers. For the past week or so, reporters have been trying to make “Biden needs to do a press conference” into a big story and it’s just like… is that all you’ve got? I don’t need to see Biden do a press conference. I feel like he’s at his best when he can take his time and answer questions, usually one on one. Which is why the White House got him to do a sit-down interview with George Stephanopoulos for Nightline/ABC News. It was a wide-ranging interview about foreign policy, the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, Russian interference in the 2016 & 2020 elections, vaccines and Major Biden being a good boy. Some highlights:

Getting the politics out of vaccinations: “I honest to God thought we had it out. I honest to God thought that, once we guaranteed we had enough vaccine for everybody, things would start to calm down. Well, they have calmed down a great deal. But I don’t quite understand – you know – I just don’t understand this sort of macho thing about, ‘I’m not gonna get the vaccine. I have a right as an American, my freedom to not do it.’ Well, why don’t you be a patriot? Protect other people.”

On Russia’s election interference & Vlad Putin: “He will pay a price. We had a long talk, he and I, when we — I know him relatively well. And the conversation started off, I said, ‘I know you and you know me. If I establish this occurred, then be prepared.”

When asked “So you know Vladimir Putin. You think he’s a killer?”: “Mmm hmm, I do,” Biden replied. While the president said “you’ll see” that Putin is “going to pay,” he did not elaborate.

Whether Major Biden will be back at the White House: “The answer’s yes. Look, Major was a rescue pup. Major did not bite someone and penetrate the skin. What happens is for– th– I guess what surprised me is the White House itself, living there. Every door you turn to, there’s a guy there in a black jacket…. You turn a corner, and there’s two people you don’t know at all. And he moves to protect. But he’s a sweet dog. Eighty-five percent of the people there love him. He just– all he does is lick them and wag his tail.” Biden said “the dog’s being trained now” in Delaware and that he planned to see him later that night when he stayed in Delaware. “He was going home. I didn’t banish him to home. Jill was gonna be away for four days. I was gonna be away for two so we took him home.”

[From ABC News]

JUSTICE 4 MAJOR. He’s a good dog who was just looking out for Handsome Joe!! He got startled by a Secret Service agent and he said PROTEC. Anyway, the Major Biden update, while welcome, was not the part of the interview which got the most attention. It was Biden calling Vladimir Putin a killer, something that Jen Psaki did not walk back in the press room. So someone asked Putin about it and said: “I remember in my childhood, when we argued in the courtyard, we used to say: it takes one to know one. That’s not … just a children’s saying or joke. We always see our own traits in other people and think they are like how we really are.” He also wished Biden “good health,” which absolutely means that Putin has already sent people to poison Biden with Polonium.

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  1. Seraphina says:

    Kaiser, LOVE your last point. Spot on. If that is the kiss of Judas, I don’t know what is.

  2. Midge says:

    Does America have blood on its hands? Yes. But has Biden murdered people with his bare hands like Putin? A big nope. Nice try, little Vlad.

  3. whatWHAT? says:

    Aaaaannnndddd I just hear Pee-wee saying “I know you are but what am I?” over and over.


    • (The OG) Jan90067 says:

      OMG YES! LOL. That was the first thing my mind went to reading that 😄

      And it’s time to get some kind of food testing strips for Joe and Family. Wouldn’t surprise me in the least for Putin or his spies to try something.

    • Myra says:

      lmao!!! That’s exactly what it was. Did he stick out his tongue afterwards?

  4. Nouri says:

    The China meeting in Alaska was also pretty crazy. Biden is being a strong president (unlike some trumpets predictions) and things are getting interesting, also tense. I’m starting to really fear Russia China NK and Iran, and possible war

  5. Cat says:

    Every time I read George’s name I hear Monica “George, baby! Drop the towel!”

  6. Brubs says:

    As someone who is not american and is very much aware of how the united states government, republican or democrat, acts around the world: Joe Biden is very much a killer, he just has better PR. As a senator and as VP he was directly involved in the murder of several people around the world and they were not all “terrorists”. He has as much blood (if not more) blood on his hands as Putin does.

    • BecauseOfCourse says:

      Prove it. Putin regularly murders his own citizens, you don’t really think people are poisoning themselves and accidentally falling out of windows daily in Russia, do you? There’s not a snowballs chance in hell that Joe’s a murderer like Putin and suggesting it without proof is disengenuous at best.

    • Lala11_7 says:

      Okay… @Brubs…regarding your point…


      There are LEVELS to this geopolitical game and neither you nor I have ANY idea about what goes down…on the real….

      Perhaps Putin needs to hire Biden’s PR team and level up!

    • sa says:

      I believe that you don’t spend decades in the government of a nation as powerful as the U.S. without getting some “blood” on your hands. But there is a BIG difference between *necessary or justified actions in defense or protection of your country and/or allies versus murdering people in the interest of maintaining personal power.

      There is no legitimate comparison between Biden and Putin on the subject of killing.

      * people can disagree as to what is necessary or justified, but so long as it is a good-faith disagreement, it is NOT the same as killing political enemies.

      • Elizabeth says:

        US military actions have frequently been unnecessary except to protect rich white men’s financial interests, just see the invasion and occupation of Iraq. We’re not some saints who never act except to protect poor little children, in fact we have often acted to murder or orphan poor little children. I’m not here for some pretense or excuse that the military-industrial complex is a moral force.

      • Christy says:

        Perfectly said SA / there is a huge distinction.

      • Christy says:

        Perfectly said SA / there is a huge distinction.

      • Golly Gee says:

        Exactly right, Elizabeth. The majority of US military actions have had nothing to do with protecting US citizens or even citizens of the countries involved for that matter. It’s all about financial interests.

    • Elizabeth says:

      That’s true — US presidents have committed and ordered indefensible atrocities — but it also remains true that Putin is a right-wing chaos monster who must face consequences.

  7. Mireille says:

    He also wished Biden “good health,” which absolutely means that Putin has already sent people to poison Biden with Polonium.

    –I really wish this was a joke, but I also see this as a threat. Putin just threatened President Biden’s life. He said the same thing to Navalny.

  8. Shannon says:

    I know I am not supposed to like Putin. I know that on every level, but sometimes… I kind of like guy. He’s got this sardonic wit that I attribute to all Russians. He makes me laugh. That probably makes me a bad person, but there you have it…lol.

    • goofpuff says:

      That is how Putin maintains his power. Make you like him while he poisons you. If he didn’t have charm, he wouldn’t have lasted very long due to not being able to accumulate supporters. Once you see past his charm, that’s when you are dangerous to him and must be removed.

  9. Leah says:

    Putin, it takes one to know one? What is he, five?

    He’s former KGB, so I have no doubt he’s stepped over a few graves in his time that he helped contribute too. When I was growing up in the 70’s/80’s, the Soviet Union was something to be afraid of, that mysterious nation behind the iron curtain that was as armed as we were.

    I like that Joe tells it like it is, he knows that Russia is no comrade to the US.

  10. Willow says:

    Fun fact: You are directly responsible for every order you give, no matter who carries it out. So, 99% of all world leaders are killers, including Biden and Putin.
    Another fun fact: There are more foreign spies in Washington D.C. than any other city in the world. So, I’m guessing the White House doesn’t send out the laundry.

  11. emmy says:

    The hell? How is this even a helpful or enlightening question? A “killer”? “We don’t put babies in cages!” – “Well, you kill your own citizens!” – “You start wars!” – “You support dictators who start wars!” Jesus effin’ Christ it’s exhausting. I’m German and all I can contribute is “You all suck to varying degrees and the EU lets people drown in the Mediterranean while also supplying arms to what we like to call troubled regions.”

    None of us look great and frankly, we all have pretty large stains on our collective souls. So maybe dial down the rhetoric, you’re grown-ass men. World leaders.

    • Nouri says:

      Yes. And then there’s India, China and KSA who are all currently killing muslims in Kashmir east Turkmenistan and Yemen for no good reasons

  12. Coco says:

    How do you say “I know you are, but what am I” or “I’m rubber, you’re glue” in Russian?

  13. Kaykay says:

    Oh snap, Biden!

  14. iconoclast59 says:

    There was an infamous incident with Putin and Angela Merkel (German chancellor). Merkel is afraid of dogs, having been attacked by one when she was a child. Putin deliberately brought his dog into the room to frighten Merkel and give himself an edge in their conversation.

    Here’s hoping that, should Putin visit the White House, Major Biden forgets his obedience training and takes a chunk out of him.