‘Maybe He’s Really Our Guy’

Russia is hitting again on the United States and President Joe Biden’s administration, with panelists on state TV saying that the “Putin price hike” is definitely “Biden’s budget surplus.”

In a video posted on Twitter by the BBC’s Francis Scarr, a commentator on Russian state TV stated, “Biden is of course our agent,” and that “maybe he’s really our guy.”

“Because in principle what Biden’s done didn’t even occur to any American president before him,” the commentator stated. “That’s to say the sanctions imposed by Biden have led to our budget receiving record revenues. That’s to say, on account of Putin grabbing Europe with an iron fist, our oil revenues have grown so much that now, in the grand scheme of things, each day of the special military operation is bringing us money.”

Since the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, Western companions within the G7 and European Union have carried out a wide range of sanctions, however Russia’s prime envoy to the U.S. has warned that the sweeping sanctions marketing campaign pursued by President Joe Biden and his allies has backfired, as an alternative hurting the U.S.’ economic system.

“The thoughtless imposition of restrictions only aggravates the situation in the U.S. economy. Thus it turns out that in an anti-Russian fever, Washington is ready to shoot itself in the leg and dance simultaneously,” Ambassador Anatoly Antonov stated. “It looks absurd.”

Meanwhile, Russia has reportedly seen mammoth oil-based revenues as gasoline costs within the U.S., whereas just lately exhibiting some slight decreases, proceed to hover at about $5 per gallon nationally and inflation stays at a 40-year excessive.

Russians Call Biden Their "Guy"
A Russian state TV commentator has jokingly praised President Joe Biden, saying Western sanctions are literally enhancing a few of the nation’s monetary situations. Above, a picture of Russian President Vladimir Putin is displayed as Biden speaks about fuel costs within the South Court Auditorium of the White House campus on June 22 in Washington, D.C.
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A report from the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air, an unbiased analysis group situated in Finland, confirmed that Putin made more cash from oil exports in the course of the conflict’s first 100 days than his nation really spent preventing in Ukraine. The report confirmed that Russia made 93 billion euros—or about $97 billion—translating to about $1 billion day by day in fossil gasoline exports.

Biden’s administration has regularly blamed Putin and Russia for the financial turmoil within the U.S., although earlier this week Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, when questioned by a Republican lawmaker throughout a Senate listening to, stated that U.S. inflation was “high” previous to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

While the U.S. has banned all imports of Russian oil and fuel, Russian state TV commentators have said that sanctions could possibly be lifted on wheat in a transfer to forestall international famine.

Newsweek reached out to the White House for remark.

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