Joe Biden is not a leader, never has been. That much should’ve been proven clear to every single American
(if it wasn’t already) when the “commander-in-chief” remained silent for days after the Taliban overtook the country of Afghanistan.
Now, the middle eastern nation is in a world of hurt.
And Biden’s policies are directly to blame. Period.
From Right Scoop:
He claims he only had two decisions, either to pull out based on Trump’s agreements or to fight the Taliban. I think that’s a strawman argument of false choices. He didn’t have to pull out the way he did and let the country go to hell, putting our own people’s lives in jeopardy. He didn’t have to ignore his own intelligence agencies telling him this would happen if he pulled out.
When Biden saw the first city fall to the Taliban, he could have reversed course and helped support the Afghan government to fight back against the Taliban. Yeah, it would have meant we’d still be there, but clearly that’d be better than what’s happened now.
THERE it is. Biden blames Trump for Afghanistan's collapse: "When I came into office, I inherited a deal that President Trump negotiated….The choice I had to make as your president was either to follow through on that agreement or be prepared to go back to fighting the Taliban" pic.twitter.com/TSknmCTzFD
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) August 16, 2021
Here’s more on Biden, via Fox News:
Biden addressed the nation from the White House on Monday over the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan after Biden’s troop withdrawal. Zeller appeared with hosts Brian Williams and Nicolle Wallace on “Deadline: White House” to discuss the speech at length.
Williams complimented Biden’s speech, claiming “he didn’t run” from his responsibility to the Afghan people.
U.S. Army veteran Matt Zeller goes off on MSNBC about Biden’s remarks on Afghanistan:
Zeller: “I feel like I watched a different speech than the rest of you guys. I was appalled.” pic.twitter.com/eGC5tMBvy4
— Whitney Robertson (@whitneyleerob) August 16, 2021
— The Recount (@therecount) August 16, 2021