Biden Team’s Latest Campaign Ad Promotes Putin’s Agenda of Division and Embarrassment

Let’s be very clear here:  Russia was not hoping to have Donald Trump elected President for the purpose of him succeeding.  They wished to see Trump in the Oval Office in order to sow chaos on the world’s stage.

Trump is a wildcard for Washington, and his attempts to “drain the swamp” have thrown the American political system into disarray – almost entirely thanks to the “resistance” against him.  This has divided our nation severely, and Vladimir Putin is undoubtedly sitting back and smiling at the chaos and embarrassment of the United States’ current political incivility.

Former Vice President Joe Biden is now falling for the ruse, and has released a campaign advertisement that appears to be doing Putin’s bidding by defaming the US President within the global community.

Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden’s presidential campaign released a digital ad Wednesday evening that includes the now-infamous footage of world leaders appearing to mock President Trump.

The ad includes clips of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, and U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson at a reception amid the backdrop of a NATO summit in England, where Mr. Trudeau was caught making an off-the-cuff remark about Mr. Trump’s lengthy question-and-answer sessions.

It also features a clip of Mr. Trump eliciting laughter from the United Nations when he declared last year that his administration had accomplished “more than almost any administration in the history of our country.”

“The world sees Trump for what he is — insincere, ill-informed, dangerously incompetent, and incapable, in my view, of world leadership,” Mr. Biden says in the ad.

This goes far beyond partisan politics, with Trump being portrayed as some sort of dolt on a global scale by the Biden campaign.  This, in and of itself, is precisely what Russia is going for, and if we’re not more careful Putin is going to get what he wants:  A completely fractured America.