Russia Blames Biden White House For Drone Attack On Kremlin


by Shane Trejo, Big League Politics:

A recent drone attack on the Senate Palace in the Kremlin, the residence of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has caused outrage from the Russian government, who have now accused the Biden regime of coordinating the attack.

The Kremlin reported that the Russian president escaped the drone strike without injury, adding that “Russia reserves the right to take countermeasures, wherever and whenever it deems appropriate.”


The drone strike, which is being described as an assassination attempt on the Russian president, was perpetrated by two drones that can be seen in recently released video flying directly toward the Kremlin before being shot down by air defense systems.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy came out quickly to deny any role in the attacks, saying, “We don’t attack Putin or Moscow.” He went on to claim that, “We fight on our territory. We’re defending our villages and cities. We don’t have enough weapons for these.”

But the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine led to blame for the incident being placed on Ukraine. However, that blame has shifted.

Now, Russia has directly accused the Biden regime of coordinating the attack, with Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov stating that, “Attempts to disown this, both in Kyiv and in Washington, are, of course, absolutely ridiculous,” adding, “We know very well that decisions about such actions, about such terrorist attacks, are made not in Kyiv but in Washington.”

Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who is currently being accused of lying to Congress while under oath, explained that any claims by the Russian government are best taken with a “large shaker of salt.”

White House National Security spokesperson John Kirby vehemently denied the claims that the U.S. was responsible for the attack, calling the accusation “ludicrous.” “I can assure you that there was no involvement by the United States. Whatever it was, it didn’t involve us,” Kirby stated during an appearance on MSNBC.

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