Liberal Bigwig: ‘I Made a Mistake’ Voting for Biden (video)

Oliver Stone

( – In a recent discussion with actor Russell Brand, renowned ultra-liberal filmmaker Oliver Stone expressed his regret for voting for Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election. He also voiced his concerns that Biden’s actions might lead the United States into a conflict with Russia, comparable to the calamities of World War III.

You can watch a video clip of Stone further down this post.

“I voted for him — I made a mistake!” said Stone, displaying his disappointment in the decisions made by the current administration, especially about the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.

Stone likened the current geopolitical situation to the factors that ignited World War I.

He suggested that the alliances formed and existing fears could create a hazardous international landscape. “This is a potential World War III,” the two-time Oscar-winning director said. “This is the same situation as World War I, in a sense. The stupidity of it — because of the alliances and the fears and the built-up phobias. If we don’t stop this, what Biden is doing, I voted for him — I made a mistake! — thinking that he was an old man now that he would calm down, he’d be more mellow and so forth. I didn’t see that at all.”

Stone went on to express concerns over Biden’s control over his own administration, suggesting that the president might be leading the U.S. into an unnecessary conflict with a formidable adversary.

“I see a man [Biden] who maybe is not in charge of his own administration. Who knows [if] he’s going to fall down somewhere. It seems that he’s dragging us stupidly into a confrontation with a power that’s not going to give.”

Despite his opposition to former President Donald Trump, Stone also criticized social media platform Twitter for banning Trump in 2021. Stone called the move “shocking” and saw it as part of a larger, worrying trend towards censorship steered by social media companies under the pressure of the Biden administration.

Biden has openly expressed his support for Ukraine through substantial military aid, which now amounts to $43 billion. He acknowledged that this aid led to a shortage of ammunition for American troops, bizarrely using this as a reason for sending cluster bombs, a controversial weapon that could harm civilians for many years to come.

Here is the video clip: