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Joe Biden’s Massive Afghanistan Debacle Will Live Forever In Infamy



Joe Biden’s colossal blunder in Afghanistan will go down in modern history as one of the biggest embarrassments in the chaotic theater of global conflict. The poor old commander-in-chief of the world’s most powerful military folded under pressure right in front of the spectating international community. 

This unparalleled futility of Biden and his incompetent clique of yes-men has put the lives of our brave servicemen and our Afghan allies. Meanwhile, the cowardly Afghan president fled the scene and allowed the Taliban to return to power, two decades after being ousted by the United States.

The president’s knees trembled and so did his men. The outcome was hell on earth capped with suicide bombings and gun attacks by savage terrror group known as ISIS-K. We lost 13 of our soldiers along with innocent ordinary Afghans who were looking for a way out of adversity that is about to engulf their beloved nation as soon as the Taliban starts enforcing their extreme version of the Islamic Sharia Law.

“Hundreds of Americans who wanted to leave were left behind and the State Department won’t give numbers on exactly how many SIVs and Americans are still stranded. The administration has repeatedly touted the situation as the most “successful airlift in U.S. history,” ignoring why there was a need for a rushed airlift in the first place. The American ethos of never leaving our fellow citizens behind has been shattered,” conservative media personality Katie Pavlich wrote in her opinion piece on The Hill.

In a New York Post article, former chief of staff for the Department of Defense Kash Patel explained how this withdrawal operation in Afghanistan went haywire as soon as it was taken out of his hands upon change of administration.

“We handed our entire plan to the incoming Biden administration during the lengthy transition. The new team simply wasn’t interested. Everything changed when the new commander in chief declared that US forces would leave Afghanistan by Sept. 11, 2021, pushing back the Trump administration’s timetable by four months. Crucially, he didn’t condition the withdrawal on continued adherence to the agreed-upon stipulations. It would be an unconditional pullout with an arbitrary date based on pure symbolism — and set in stone,” Patel stated.

Despite the glaring failure in Afghanistan, the Biden administration had the gall to celebrate the completion of the pull-out, claiming that it was a success, amid worldwide pressure to hold the U.S. government accountable.

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