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Lol: Dennis Rodman Enters The Picture As The Brittney Griner Situation Gets A Whole Lot Messier

Joe Biden continues to bungle the Britney griner fiasco. She’s a detained, high-profile American about whom Team Brandon has been begging Putin for months to release. She doesn’t deserve to come home, but that’s beside the point. Biden keeps trying – and Biden keeps failing. 

The entire situation looks so much worse considering an American marine by the name of Patrick Whelan has been over there since 2018 and is only now being considered for exchange, and the additional fact that Biden attempted to procure Griner’s release by swapping her for a deranged black market weapons dealer.

I keep having to say I welcome her discomfort and incarceration. She spat on the home nation that gave her so much, more than 99.99999999% of gay black women have ever enjoyed in the history of mankind. Money, fame, privilege, travel, luxury, opportunity, and everything else was handed to her. And in return she gave us all a gigantic six-foot-nine middle finger. So by all means, stay put and rot.

Unfortunately, there are enough psychopaths who seem to think her marijuana charge constitutes wrongful detention, despite the fact the Biden administration has employed tactics leading to a 25% rise in marijuana-related arrests. For crying out loud, pick an effing lane. These people couldn’t gaslight us more if they tried.

Enter Dennis Rodman, the stellar NBA-star-turned apparent international diplomat. Not content with dying his hair, wearing wedding dresses (before it was cool), and dishing some hard truths on the Jordan documentary, Rodman feels like he needs to insert himself in more American rescues than Chuck Norris’ Delta Force and Sly Stallone’s Rambo combined.

Rodman told NBC News that he was granted permission of sorts to fly out to Moscow sometime this week to begin his own deliberations with Putin’s people. Good grief.

Wayne Dupree provided some background. 

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“I got permission to go to Russia to help that girl. I’m trying to go this week,” he told the outlet, adding he knew Russian President Vladimir Putin “too well.” A U.S. State Department spokesperson told Fox News Digital on Sunday the agency was aware of reports of Rodman’s intended travel to Russia. The spokesperson also pointed to their Level 4 travel advisory when it came to Americans traveling to Russia.

Basically, that’s Joe’s people trying to poo-poo Rodman’s visit, because the last thing Biden wants is Rodman showing him up and securing Brittney’s release.”

I don’t want Rodman to win and for Griner to be released, but if it were to happen, it might as well come at the expense of Brandon.

Fox News noted that Rodman has a history of inserting himself into tense international drama. Famously, the colorful NBA star once traveled to North Korea in an effort to diffuse a similar situation.

“Rodman met with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un in 2013 and was among the first Americans to meet him. The former Chicago Bulls star addressed a letter to Kim in January 2014, and about 10 months later captured American Kenneth Bae was released, according to TMZ Sports. Rodman had appeared in the country a few times since Bae’s release.”

Naturally, Rodman also has prior dealings with Putin. Fox continued:

“In 2014, Rodman described Putin as “cool” in an interview on FOX Business. He said he wasn’t talking about Putin’s politics. He said Putin shook his hand and left during his interaction with him in a trip to Russia.”

Hailey Sanibel fiercely loves freedom. She equally detests evil and stupidity, both of which are out of control in the modern world. She is a regular contributor at The Blue State Conservative.

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