Russian Spokesman Dmitry Medvedev Says Poland Is an Evil Vulgar Critic of Russia

As our dopey mumbling anti-President Joe Biden prepares to visit Poland to encourage them to send jets to Ukraine, he’s catching some heat from the Ruskies. Uncle Joe is participating in a NATO meeting and the EU Council. He will meet with Polish President Andrzej Duda and discuss Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. And Dmitry Medvedev, former Russian fake president, deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, and Kremlin apparatchik, called Poland the source of underhanded and shrill propaganda.

The Poles have been helping Ukraine and looking to move modernized MiG-29s. Polish citizens have been interrupting traffic from Poland to Belarus because of the Russian control of the nation. Biden is a horrible negotiator and his weakness encouraged Putin to make a “minor incursion” Into Ukraine which became full scale war.

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley urged Putin to give them “time and space for diplomacy” while his troops were amassed and prepared to launch their war. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken indicated that Poland was outside the assurances of Article 5 in the NATO charter.

Medvedev claimed that Russia embraces its history of communist aggression, but Poland wants to erase World War II. He went on singing the praises of Soviet officers who crushed Fascism and drove Nazis out of Poland. Communists protected Kraków and liberated detainees in Oswiecim and Majdanek concentration camps. Dmitry claimed the ingrateful Poles are just biased against the kind and caring Russians.

Poland de-Russified soviet sculptures, kind of like how BLM is attempting to erase Confederate statues. These monuments praised the Red Army and USSR occupation. Dmitry failed to mention the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact between Nazis and Soviets which chopped up the country.

The current hostility in Poland toward Russia is deep and political. It can be justified on many levels. Medvedev is channeling Putin.