America got some bad news about Vladimir Putin using weapons of mass destruction

Russian President Vladimir Putin continues to send worrisome signals about how far he is willing to escalate the war.

Now the worry is Joe Biden will blunder America into World War III.

And America got some bad news about Vladimir Putin using weapons of mass destruction.

Corporate-controlled media outlets spent two weeks claiming anyone who believed there were biolabs in Ukraine containing pathogens that Russia could unleash on Ukraine was a “conspiracy theorist.”

However, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken just appeared on CNN to issue a warning that Putin could deploy chemical weapons in Ukraine.

“Well, President Biden has been very clear about one thing for sure – we are going to avoid getting into any kind of conflict with Russia and certainly avoid anything that brings us to World War III. Some of Russia’s loose talk about its nuclear weapons is the height of irresponsibility. It goes against everything that we said, including that Russia said over many years and how a nuclear war is not winnable. Something that was reaffirmed as recently as the meeting between President Biden and Putin in the summer in Geneva. So we watched this very, very carefully. There is a lot of bad loose talk and bluster. At the same time, I have to tell you — we have real concerns that Russia could use a chemical weapon, another weapon of mass destruction. This is something we are very focused on,” Blinken stated.

Host Wolf Blizter asked Blinken how the United States and NATO would respond to Russia using chemical weapons.

“If they do use chemical weapons, what will the U.S. and the NATO allies do?” Blizter wondered.

Even though Blinken did not commit to a specific response, he said the “consequences would be severe.”

“I’m not gonna spell it out here, but the consequences would be severe,” Blinken responded.

This answer created great concern that hawks inside the U.S. government are looking for an excuse to go to war with Russia, and that Putin using chemical weapons in Ukraine – even if they were chemical weapons the U.S. government failed to secure – could serve as a legitimate pretext for war.

A shooting war with Russia would be disastrous.

It could descend into global thermonuclear war.

In the past, Joe Biden stated that the U.S. would not fight World War III with Russia over Ukraine.

But now the administration is leaving the door open for a military response that could spiral out of control and kill billions of people worldwide.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.