VIDEO: Biden IGNORES Veterans, Uses D-Day Speech to Attack Putin

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President Joe Biden utilized his address during the 80th anniversary of D-Day in Normandy, France, to denounce Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “tyrant” and to call on the global community to “defend democracy in our era.” This particular declaration echoed Biden’s rhetoric from his campaign, where he portrayed former President Donald Trump as a threat to democracy.

During his comments on Russia, Biden praised the Allies’ actions in the Second World War, failing to acknowledge that Soviet Russia played a crucial role as a key ally in the battle against the Axis powers, while also emphasizing that NATO carries on that legacy.

Ukraine has been invaded by a tyrant, bent on domination,” Biden warned. He said that Ukrainians had “inflicted … staggering” losses on Russia, adding: “Nearly one million people have left Russia because they can no longer see a future in Russia.”

“We will not walk away. Because if we do … it will not end there … All of Europe will be threatened,” he said.”To surrender to bullies, to bow down to dictators, is simply unthinkable.”

Biden said that the world was “living at a time when democracy is more at risk across the world than at any point since the end of World War II.”

He added: “Will we stand against tyranny, against evil, against crushing brutality of the iron fist? Will we stand for freedom? Will we defend democracy? Will we stand together? My answer is yes, and only can be yes.”

He concluded: “Democracy is never guaranteed. Every generation must preserve it, defend it, and fight for it.”

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