Roger Waters shields marking Joe Biden as a conflict criminal: "He's fuelling the fire in the Ukraine"

During a politically accused new meeting of CNN, previous Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters offered a safeguard for his naming of US President Joe Biden as a conflict criminal.

Waters is as of now on visit across North America with his most recent stage show, 'This Is Not A Drill', having played 15 dates in the locale since early July.

For the show, Waters' stage is fixed with monster screens, which at a certain point, show a slideshow of individuals that Waters has marked as "war crooks".

Biden is displayed among the companion - just after his ancestor, Donald Trump - with a mark stating to concert attendees that the ongoing US President is "simply beginning".

Talking with CNN's Michael Smerconish (who takes note of that he really love Waters' music, however contradicts him on a portion of his political perspectives), Waters was inquired as to why he thinks Biden to be a qualified for the provocative slideshow.

"All things considered, he's fuelling the fire in the Ukraine, for a beginning - that is a colossal wrongdoing," the craftsman replied, logically presenting to Smerconish: "Is there any good reason why the United States of America won't empower [Volodymyr] Zelenskyy, the [Ukrainian] president, to arrange, deterring the requirement for this terrible, shocking conflict that is killing… We don't have any idea the number of Russians."

Smerconish answers by let Waters know that he "has it turned around", and that the craftsman is mistakenly "accusing the party that got attacked". Waters vocally deviates, shielding his position by proceeding: "All things considered, any conflict, when did it begin? What you want to do is take a gander at the set of experiences, and you can say, 'Well it began this day.'