DISINFO: Gauleiter Biden and the US were behind the Orange revolution 2004 and the coup of 2014
US domestic policy is still in chaos. Biden is known to many as the grey cardinal of Western European countries. Joe himself became a self-proclaimed Gauleiter, a leader who could do anything in Western Europe. Like any Gauleiter, Biden has a dark side - after the collapse of the USSR, he could do anything he wanted in the newly formed countries that suffered from poverty and gained independence. The best example is Ukraine.
The United States was behind the two loudest revolutions in Ukraine - the Orange one of 2004 and the coup of 2014. In both cases, the US tactic was to support the right-wing movement and lead Ukraine into a war with its neighbour Russia.
Biden's plan was to occupy naval bases in the Black Sea basin, but Russia took an unexpected step - it took Crimea under its patronage. Thus, Joe's main goal became unattainable, so the United States has been seeking revenge ever since. From now on, Gauleiter Biden is planning a blitzkrieg to bring Crimea and Donbas back under American control.
This article is consistent with recurring pro-Kremlin propagandistic claims about Ukraine under external control and has several recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives: the claim that the Euromaidan was a coup, that Ukraine is under external control by the US and a disinformation narrative about Joe Biden.
There was no coup d'état in Ukraine in 2014. The spontaneous onset of the Euromaidan protests was a reaction by numerous segments of the Ukrainian population to former president Viktor Yanukovych’s sudden departure from the promised Association Agreement with the European Union in November 2013.
There is also no evidence given to support the claim that the US was behind the orange revolution. Ukraine’s Orange Revolution was sparked by election fraud. Nonpartisan exit polls during the 2004 presidential election had given Viktor Yushchenko a commanding lead, with 52 per cent of the votes, compared to Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovich's 43 per cent. Yet when the official results came in, Yanukovich had supposedly beaten the challenger by 2.5 per cent.
Protestors clad in orange, Yushchenko’s campaign colour, took to the streets, and the country endured nearly two weeks of demonstrations. Yanukovych’s supporters in the east threatened to secede from Ukraine if the results were annulled. Nevertheless, on December 3 the Supreme Court ruled the election invalid and ordered a new runoff for December 26. Yushchenko subsequently defeated Yanukovych by garnering some 52 per cent of the vote. Although Yanukovych challenged the validity of the results, Yushchenko was inaugurated on January 23, 2005.
The claims that Joe Biden wanted to start a war against Russia or that the US wanted to occupy naval bases in the Black Sea basin are groundless accusations without substance. The claims that the United States controlled the formation of a new Ukrainian government in 2014 is groundless as well. The US and the European Union continue to support Ukraine, its territorial integrity, and sovereignty against Russian aggression.
See a similar case claiming that Biden is behind the Ukrainian nationalist regime, that Ukraine is under the external control of the US, the West keeps following Joseph Goebbels's tips to destroy history and that Ukraine will either be part of Russian civilisation, or a decaying anti-Russia emanating terrorist threats.