The U.S. imported more gasoline and refined petroleum products from Russia than any other country last year. Russia consisted of 21% of all gasoline imports.
Vladimir Putin is looking to fill that vacuum left by Biden's weakness with his invasion of Ukraine.
Rather than impose crippling sanctions on Russia that could have deterred their invasion of Ukraine, the Biden administration lobbied AGAINST such sanctions.
Biden failed to sanction the now-complete Nord Stream II pipeline, giving Russia a stranglehold on European energy supplies.
Earlier this year, the Biden White House sent top officials to lobby Senate Democrats against Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) legislation, which would sanction Russian President Vladimir Putin's Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
The Biden administration's sanctions on Russia "missed" many in Putin's inner circle.
A recent poll found that 62% of Americans do not believe Russia would have invaded Ukraine if President Trump was still in office.
Time after time, Biden has threatened to stand up to Putin only to cave to his demands.
Biden has given Putin a five-year extension on the New START treaty, the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, and a globally transmitted summit with President Biden.