Biden to Putin: Some cyberattacks are okay

Biden to Putin: Some cyberattacks are okay

Can somebody please explain this to me? During their overly hyped summit in Geneva yesterday, President Biden gave Vladimir Putin a list of 16 US sectors that should be off limits to cyberattacks.

Wow. That’s really standing up to Putin, you weak foolish broken down old crock.

Why in Lucifer’s reach would the President of the United States declare only certain things off limits to cyberattacks? Shouldn’t EVERYTHING be off limits to cyberattacks?

Is Biden implying that some cyberattacks are allowed?

“You can’t attack fuel supply or the power grid, but it’s okay if you shut down Netflix.”

How much do you want to bet the “Ice Cream supply chain” made Joe Biden’s list?

This is remarkably weak – especially coming from the President who claimed his administration would make cyberattacks a top priority. Remember that? I mentioned this last month in my post “Welcome back to the Carter Years.”

In December, Biden said, and I quote, “Our adversaries should know that as president, I will not stand idly by in the face of cyber assaults on our nation.”

Notice he didn’t say “I will not stand idly by in the face of cyber assaults on these sixteen sectors.”

Could you imagine in traditional warfare a President of the United States giving the enemy a list of what kind of military attacks are off limits?

“Look, if you’re even thinking of invading the US, you better understand that you can’t launch an invasion from Canada. That’s off limits. No invasion from Canada.”

“But what about Mexico, Mr. President?”

“Huh? Canada. Look. I’m giving you a list. Don’t invade us from Canada! And if you do invade us, you aren’t allowed to use assault weapons. Assault weapons don’t belong on our streets. Limit your invasion to tanks, drones, fighter jets and only use guns that go ‘pew-pew’ one bullet at a time.”

It absolutely boggles my mind that Joe Biden gave Putin this list of sixteen sectors that are off limits. I mean, I just can’t get over the fact that this dope doesn’t believe the entire country should be off limits to cyberattacks.

If you’re going to give Putin a list, the only thing that list should say is “No cyberattacks on the US, period.” Hell, you wouldn’t even need a list to say that.

Honest to Pete, this administration is a friggin’ clown show.

Meanwhile, the American news media is acting like Joe Biden was a veritable John Wayne in his face-off with Putin.

Though I’m thinking John Wayne wouldn’t offer some idiotic list of what cyberattacks he won’t allow.


Hey, speaking of sissy girl-sitters, remember this post I did back in December 2016 about Trump’s meeting with Obama in the Oval Office? Apparently Joe Biden learned girl-sitting from his old boss Obama.

Hit the Tip Jar!

Every dollar makes a difference!  Hit the DONATE button in the side bar.  Or, set up a recurring monthly contribution by choosing SUBSCRIBE.

Please White List Patriot Retort

Not everyone can afford to make a donation.  But you can still help keep this site solvent by white listing in your ad blocker. Ads help pay for this site and ad-blockers hurt that effort.  I made sure that the ads that appear here will not obstruct or interfere with your enjoyment of the content.  So please add to your white list.

Books by Dianny

Check out Dianny’s collection of ebooks available at all of these fine stores: Amazon Kindle Store, Apple iBooks, Barnes & Noble Nook Store, and

Share, share, share

2 thoughts on “Biden to Putin: Some cyberattacks are okay

  • June 17, 2021 at 12:43 pm

    I agree, everything should be off limits. But what that dope just did is give Putin a prioritized list of targets to pursue first (as if Putin didn’t already know that).

  • June 17, 2021 at 6:44 pm

    After watching the video on Blackrock and Vanguard owning every damn thing in the world, it makes sense now that we are in for a war SOON.

Comments are closed.