Biden’s Actions “Inspired” Terrorists All Over the World Says Obama’s Former CIA Chief

We can only pray that Joe Biden serves a single term in the Oval Office. From day one in the White House, the man’s policies have completely failed the United States – and he knows it, but doesn’t care.

You know things are bad when even members of Barack Obama’s failed administration are coming out to blast Joe and co.

Get a load of this…

From The Daily Wire:

Michael Morell, former President Barack Obama’s Acting CIA Director, said during a CBS News interview on Sunday that the Biden administration’s actions in Afghanistan have “inspired jihadists” all over the world, and that the Taliban is already back to harboring al-Qaeda.

Morell responded to the news that Ayman al-Zawahiri, the head of al-Qaeda, had issued a video on the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks when asked by host Margaret Brennan if al-Zawahiri was living in Afghanistan, as a U.N. report recently said.

“We think so, which means that the Taliban is harboring Zawahiri today,” Morell said. “The Taliban is harboring al-Qaeda today. And I think that’s a very important point.”


More Biden news, from New York Post:

President Biden defended his decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan as he said it wasn’t feasible to “invade” every country where the Islamic militant group has a presence.

Biden made the comments while speaking in Shanksville, Pennsylvania Saturday on the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks.

“Can al Qaeda come back? Yeah. But guess what? It’s already back in other places,” the president said.

“What’s the strategy? Every place where al Qaeda is we’re going to invade and have troops staying there? Come on!”


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