Biden? A Grandfather Struggling with Dementia

Biden? A Grandfather Struggling with Dementia

The Deputy Chairman of the Russian National Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, has made disparaging remarks about US President Joe Biden. In a post on Telegram, Medvedev referred to Biden as “a grandfather who becomes weaker every day with an uncertain gait in a state of persistent dementia, who hardly understand who and what they are talking about”. He further commented on Biden’s meeting with Yulia, the widow of Alexei Navalny, stating that the US president has “embraced a cheerful b… who presents herself in the guise of the widow of a deceased Russian extremist”.

Medvedev also targeted French President Emmanuel Macron, whom he accused of suffering from “brain decay”. He strongly criticized Macron’s suggestion of sending Western troops to Ukraine.

Medvedev expressed his disdain for the presumptive heirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, accusing them of a vengeful thirst for Napoleonic-scale revenge. He warned of the dangerous implications of NATO troops’ deployment in Kiev and the development of new weaponry to target Russia. In his Telegram post, he stated, “Examples of the cadaverous decomposition of the brains of Western politicians appear every day”.

The attack on “Western leaders”

Medvedev criticized the visits made by Western leaders to Kiev on the anniversary of the special military operation. He accused them of trying to distract their electorate from other pressing issues and of excessively pandering to the United States. He wrote on Telegram that these leaders are “licking the dirty boot of the American owner in sharp, servile exaltation”.

The Russian news agency Tass has noted that on 24 February, the second anniversary of the start of Russian military aggression in Ukraine, a number of Western leaders, including Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Croo, and the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, visited Kiev.

Medvedev described these events as a “sad, sometimes funny, but disturbing show”. He further criticized the leaders, referring to them as “serial clowns, who have not worked a single day in the public administration, who control the actions of the troops and manage the lives of millions of unfortunates”.