Elon Musk Calls Out Joe Biden Over Trading WNBA Player For Russian War Criminal

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Elon Musk called out President Joe Biden over the proposed trade for WNBA player Brittney Griner for a Russian war criminal dubbed the ‘merchant of death.’ Many have questioned Biden’s potential trade even as Putin adds names to the list. Biden is in a tight spot because Putin knows Joe needs to bring home Griner home or face a revolt from the left.

But the cost may be high for Joe who is running dangerously low on political capital. Musk responded to a Twitter post showing the picture of an unhappy man with the caption:

“People in the US in jail for weed while the government trades a Russian war criminal to free a woman’s basketball player in jail for weed.”

Musk said:

“Maybe free some people in jail for weed here too?”

Speaking on Saturday on The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show, Trump said “it certainly doesn’t seem like a very good trade, does it?” before saying she admitted carrying drugs in Russia, “she admitted it.”

Trump said: “She knew you don’t go in there loaded up with drugs, and she admitted it. I assume she admitted it without too much force because it is what it is, and it certainly doesn’t seem like a very good trade, does it?

“He’s absolutely one of the worst in the world, and he’s gonna be given his freedom because a potentially spoiled person goes into Russia loaded up with drugs.

“She went in there loaded up with drugs into a hostile territory where they’re very vigilant about drugs.

“They don’t like drugs.

“And she got caught.

“And now we’re supposed to get her out — and she makes, you know, a lot of money, I guess.

“We’re supposed to get her out for an absolute killer and one of the biggest arms dealers in the world.

“Killed many Americans. Killed many people,” Trump said.

Mike Pompeo said: “He’s a bad guy. He is a guy who wanted to kill Americans.

“It presents a real risk to the United States.

“There’s a real reason the Russians want to get him home.

“To offer a trade like this is a dangerous precedent.

“This is not a good trade, not the right path forward, and it’ll likely lead to more,” he said.

 

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