The Biden administration is preparing to issue a weak arf as Russian-based hackers target the American meat supply, much like a lamb to the slaughter, or should we say beef to slaughter.
Putin is clearly having a field day with Biden, teasing the weak, bumbling (fake) president with all of these cyberattacks, and he’s most likely belly-laughing the whole while.
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Biden will say tough things that may or may not be understood, Putin will try not to laugh out loud, and nothing will be done.
Cyber attack on the largest meat distributor?
Is this yet another cyber attack with Biden “in charge”?
Maybe Dominion should branch out to make sure these companies are super secure.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) June 1, 2021
“President Biden is set to raise the problem of Russia-based ransomware assaults with President Vladimir Putin during their meet in Geneva later this month, according to the White House, after key infrastructure in the United States was targeted by another attack,” FNC reports. The newest ransomware attack this week brought the world’s largest meatpacker, JBS of Brazil, to a halt in the United States. According to the White House, the breach was most likely carried out by a Russian-based criminal gang. On June 16, Biden and Putin will meet in Geneva to address a variety of concerns, including Iran’s and North Korea’s nuclear capabilities, Syria, the Arctic, geopolitical stability, weapons control, and more.
According to a source familiar with the plans, the meeting will take place next month while Biden is already in Europe. Biden will meet with Putin after meeting with G-7 allies to better grasp their worries and viewpoints on Russia, according to the source.
“We expect this to be one of the items that the president will raise with President Putin at the summit,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Wednesday, adding that the Biden administration is “not ruling out any options” in response to the hacking.
“Of course, there’s an internal policy review procedure to take into account that we’re in direct contact with the Russians, as well as to convey that we’re in in contact with the Russians.”