Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev Blasts Joe Biden as 'Mad, Mentally Disabled Individual' Dragging Humanity to Hell.

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has issued scathing remarks about US President Joe Biden, labeling him as "mad and mentally disabled" in response to Biden's recent State of the Union address. 

Biden's speech, delivered on Thursday, March 7, began with a reference to Franklin D. Roosevelt's historic 1941 address to Congress, highlighting the critical juncture faced by the nation. 

Biden also criticized his Republican predecessor, Donald Trump, for his perceived deference to Russia, particularly in light of recent tensions over Ukraine. 

Medvedev, a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin and currently serving as the deputy chairman of Russia's Security Council, expressed outrage at Biden's remarks, accusing him of attempting to incite World War Three and rebuking him for drawing parallels to Roosevelt.

In his criticism, Medvedev contrasted Roosevelt's leadership during World War II, where the US and the USSR were allied against fascism, with what he perceived as Biden's reckless rhetoric and actions. 

He emphasized Roosevelt's role in lifting America out of the Great Depression while condemning Biden's approach as detrimental to global stability.

Medvedev's scathing remarks underscore the escalating tensions between Russia and the United States, with the former president portraying Biden as unfit for leadership and accusing him of aligning with fascist interests. 

Medvedev's tenure as Russia's president spanned from 2008 to 2012, providing context to his perspective as a prominent figure in Russian politics.

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