By and large, the right scene to caution that we face the greatest danger of Armageddon in

60 years wouldn't appear to be a political pledge drive. Yet, for reasons unknown, that is where

President Biden on Thursday night chose to offer probably the most frightening remarks expressed by a U.S. president in many years.

Talking at a Popularity based Senatorial Mission Board occasion, Biden expressed that for the "initial time since the Cuban rocket emergency, we have an immediate

danger of the utilization of the atomic weapon on the off chance that things go on down the way they are going."

Biden has surely shown himself fit for talking inadvertently — or "moving past his skis,"

to get an expression — yet he said a variant of this advance notice not once, not two times, but rather multiple times.

"We have not confronted the possibility of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban rocket emergency," he said at another point.

strategic atomic weapons or natural or compound weapons since his military is, you could say, altogether failing to meet expectations."

"We have a person I know genuinely well," he added of Russian President Vladimir Putin. "He's not kidding when he discusses expected utilization of