by Jamie White

Comes days after bombshell report found U.S. sabotaged Nord Stream pipelines that decimated Germany’s energy supply to blame Russia.

Social media points out America’s storied history of endless wars and crimes against humanity.

The Biden regime declared Saturday that Russia has committed crimes against humanity by invading Ukraine, a proclamation that was met with widespread mockery on social media.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken released a statement accusing Russia of executing and torturing men, women, and children as part of a “systematic attack against Ukraine’s civilian population.”

“Based on a careful analysis of the law and available facts, I have determined that members of Russia’s forces and other Russian officials have committed crimes against humanity in Ukraine,” Blinken wrote.

Members of Russia’s forces have committed execution-style killings of Ukrainian men, women, and children; torture of civilians in detention through beatings, electrocution, and mock executions; rape; and, alongside other Russian officials, have deported hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian civilians to Russia, including children who have been forcibly separated from their families.  These acts are not random or spontaneous; they are part of the Kremlin’s widespread and systematic attack against Ukraine’s civilian population.

We reserve crimes against humanity determinations for the most egregious crimes.  Today’s determination underlines staggering extent of the human suffering inflicted by Moscow on the Ukrainian civilian population.  This determination also reflects the deep commitment of the United States to holding members of Russia’s forces and other Russian officials accountable for their atrocities against the people of Ukraine.

There can be no impunity for these crimes.  All those responsible must be held accountable.  As today’s determination shows, the United States will pursue justice for the people of Ukraine for as long as it takes.

Biden’s VP Kamla Harris echoed Blinken’s statement at the Munich Security Conference in Germany on Saturday.

“We have examined the evidence. We know the legal standards. And there is no doubt. These are crimes against humanity,” Harris said. “You will be held to account.”

This comes just days after Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh published a bombshell report laying out how the Biden administration sabotaged Nord Stream pipelines that decimated its ally Germany’s energy supply.

The irony and hypocrisy of the same administration accusing Russia of war crimes was not lost on the internet.

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