Disinfo: The US has two governments: Biden will be replaced with Kamala Harris


Currently, there are two governments in the US, the one of Joe Biden and that of Kamala Harris. When crisis and bad things happen, it is Joe Biden who goes to the press, and when there is something good, like the Grammy awards or an NBA show, it is Kamala who does it. This is a strategy of those who know that Biden is senile, to throw him under the bus. Biden knows that there is a female president in the country: he has called Harris “president” on several occasions. When Biden gets into enough of these situations, the Democratic Party will present Kamala Harris as the great saviour and peacemaker. It is now clear that the US has two presidents, which is something really unusual. Biden’s long-awaited first press conference was a disaster that suggests that Harris will replace him rather sooner than later.


Disinformation message aiming to discredit the US system in general and in particular President Joe Biden.

This disinformation message implies the existence of "secret elites" that determine the course of American and global politics. The notion of "secret elites" is a popular trope of conspiracy theories.

It is true that Biden accidentally called Harris “president” in March 2021, but this is no basis for the rest of the claims of this disinformation message.

See other examples in our database, such as that Joe Biden will use US allies as tools or useful idiots, that he will organise colour revolutions and support terrorists, that he is a puppet of powers behind him, or that his Administration wants to provoke a war against China, Russia and Iran.


  • Reported in: Issue 237
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 29/03/2021
  • Article language(s) Spanish, Castilian
  • Countries and/or Regions discussed in the disinformation: US
  • Keywords: Joe Biden
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NATO lost its meaning of existence without the Soviet Union

... With the disappearance of the Soviet Union, the bloc (NATO) lost the enemy it had formed against, and thus, the meaning of its existence. NATO members face the problem of defining what they are.

NATO clings to the old stereotype: Here is the familiar and eternal enemy: Russia, from the Tsarist era, to the Soviet era, to the present time. Russia has always been an alternative to Western hegemony, so it must be deterred by all possible means.


Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives about Western Russophobia and an alleged belligerent NATO, portraying the Alliance as a threat to peace and Russia.

NATO is in no way directed against Russia or any other state. NATO’s objectives are set out in the 1949 Washington Treaty which forms the legal basis of the alliance. The treaty states that parties “are resolved to unite their efforts for collective defence and for the preservation of peace and security”.

Democracy in the US has breathed its last

In the US, any attempts to claim that the 2020 elections were stolen are suppressed.

Therefore, it is very unlikely that the Republicans will be able to pass their changes in the electoral system. The Supreme Court will not help them here, because it did not support Trump before. In fact, the US has lost the last attempt to prove that it is a democratic state. Most likely, in the long run, all that is on the horizon seem to be very pessimistic. Democracy in the United States has breathed its last. Now, we can only talk about another America that has nothing to do with democracy.


Recurring disinformation related to the 2020 US presidential elections, questioning the legitimacy of democracy and American institutions and, in this case, to favour Donald Trump by framing him as the victim of a conspiracy.

The US presidential election was lawfully conducted, tallied and certified by each of the 50 states in a democratic way. There has been no verifiable evidence brought forward that would indicate fraud, misconduct or improper administration at a level that would overturn any state’s results, let alone the several it would take to change the result.

Megalomaniacal Polish politicians realise their plan of “Drang nach Osten” in Belarus

The post-election unrest in Belarus started to lose momentum and new fuel was required to support it. The celebration of the “Cursed Soldiers Day” and the “Kaziuki” [a local folk arts festival] at the Polish Consulate in Grodno proved to be a sufficient provocation.

It is becoming increasingly clear that the Polish “Drang nach Osten” started from the Orange Revolution in Ukraine is not something impressive, but it still has the potential to develop. The Ukrainian experience convinced Polish politicians that they have great power in Central Europe. Everyone, starting with Kwaśniewski and ending with Komorowski, Kaczyński and Tusk, felt a mission to liberate the East. Their megalomaniacal psyche, tickled by the Orange Revolution, constantly requires new stimuli – as we know, the megalomaniacs are unable to set their limits.


A recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Western attempts to organise a colour revolution in Belarus. Poland is presented as a country with hostile and aggressive plans towards Belarus. This message misrepresents the developments around the Polish minority living in Belarus.

The claims that Poland “realises political provocations” in Belarus or it has some aggressive geopolitical plans towards Belarus and Ukraine are unfounded. The comparison of Polish foreign policy towards Belarus and Ukraine to the Nazi “Drang nach Osten” expansionist plan is a perverse manipulation.