Mystery Crash: Biden’s Rush to Judgement

Buckle up, Patriots: In a sudden twist that smells like geopolitical games, the leader of Russia’s infamous Wagner Group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, is presumed dead in a mysterious plane crash near Moscow. And guess what? Our very own President Joe Biden wasted no time, immediately pointing the finger at Putin, as if anything that happens in Russia can’t happen without Putin pulling the strings.

During a recent address, Putin eerily referred to Prigozhin in the past tense, all but confirming that the man met his end in the fiery plane wreck. Putin lauded the Wagner chief as a “talented” businessman who’d made “mistakes,” in what many consider a cryptic high-level confirmation of Prigozhin’s demise.

Russia’s state-controlled media outlet RT has reported that DNA tests are currently underway and that the investigation has been placed under the keen eye of Ivan Sibula, a top-dog investigator who’s no stranger to high-profile air disasters.

Meanwhile, Biden, sweating from his workout while vacationing, immediately played the blame-Putin card. But here’s the kicker: he confessed he “didn’t know enough” about the situation. So much for presidential insight.

The Pentagon chimed in with its two cents. Pentagon spokesman Gen. Pat Ryder publicly declared that Prigozhin’s plane was brought down by an intentional explosion. Surface-to-air missile? Nope, Ryder calls that “inaccurate,” suggesting instead it was an in-flight bomb. But the Pentagon stopped short of confirming a definite cause—because of course they did.

Amidst all this chaos, Ryder subtly dropped another bombshell: the Wagner mercenaries, well-known for their role in Ukraine, are no longer significant players on the battlefield there. What’s the real story here?

On the Russian side, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov forcefully rebuffed Biden’s blame-game, labeling it “absolute lies.” As for our “allies” in Belarus? President Alexander Lukashenko has casually announced that Wagner fighters hanging around in his country are welcome to stay.

As Russia mourns, makeshift memorials have sprung up at Wagner offices, and the organization’s fate hangs in the balance. The big question is: What is the truth behind this high-stakes, high-altitude disaster? And why is Biden so quick to point fingers without the full picture? Stay tuned, patriots. This story is far from over.