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Kabul falls, hilarity ensues, Trump blamed

Parseltongue from the mouth of the lamest, most ineffectual Voldemort ever.

Biden Says He Stands By Decision to Leave Afghanistan, Doesn’t Discuss Botched Exit Plan, Takes No Questions
In prepared remarks delivered from the White House, Monday Afternoon, Joe Biden focused on explaining why pulling out of Afghanistan was the right thing to do, rather than addressing why the administration’s plan was so poorly executed.

“I stand squarely behind my decision,” he said, referring to President Trump’s decision to exit Afghanistan. “The truth is this did unfold more quickly than we had anticipated.”

Biden cast blame on his predecessor, former President Donald Trump, arguing that his administration’s hands were tied by the plan Trump set in motion last year.

He also repeatedly excoriated Afghanistan’s elected leaders and military for not putting up more of a fight against the Taliban. He said that they in essence squandered the time and money America spent to build up its security forces.

“We gave them every tool they could need,” he said. “We gave them every chance to determine their own future. [What] we could not provide them, was the will to fight for that future.”

Biden even said that it was “wrong” to put Americans in harm’s way to do a job that Afghanistan wouldn’t do itself, and positioned himself as being a leader who was willing to make the difficult call to leave Afghanistan that a generation of Washington officials were incapable of doing. He added that the United States will continue to provide humanitarian assistance and try to exert soft-power influence to improve the conditions on the ground.

Biden also blamed our Afghan allies for their dire predicament, claiming they didn’t want to leave earlier because they still had hope for their country.

“I know there are concerns about why we did not begin evacuating Afghan civilians sooner,” he said. “Part of the answer is some of the Afghans did not want to leave earlier, still hopeful for their country. And part of it is because the Afghan government, and its supporters, discouraged us from organizing a mass exodus to avoid triggering, as they said, a crisis of confidence.”

The “***president***” then hurriedly scuttled back to his secret lair, contemptuously showing his back to the adoring press gaggle without taking the slightest notice of them.

And that’s a wrap, more or less. No real need to discuss the bumbling, blibbering dolt’s spluttering dumpster-fire of a statement much further, I don’t think. It’s not as if the doped-up zombie has any real idea of what he’s saying anyway, if he ever did.

Heart of stone update! Question asked, question answered.

He walked out without responding to questions from the press. The transcript records one and only one of the questions shouted at him: “Mr. President, what do you make of the Afghans clinging to the aircraft?

Oh, a throw rug, a unique and intimidating doormat, some extremely unappetizing pancakes…


17 thoughts on “Kabul falls, hilarity ensues, Trump blamed

  1. No, the drooling moron is nothing more than a semi-trained seal, coached for several days to make today’s moronic statement.

    Personally, I don’t really care. The result was always going to be the same once we left. The only problem I see is the absolute lunacy of not getting out all the Americans first. The bumbling biden regime couldn’t plan lunch on a nice day with an award winning chef on hand.

    20 years, 19 too many. Thanks Bush, you drooling idiot and almost Joe’s equal.

    1. 20 years, 19 too many.

      I’d love to see a poll on this, because I think it’s an almost universally held belief. People of every political stripe. Everyone I’ve ever talked to about the issue.

      And yet we do it over & over again. SMH

      Thanks Bush, you drooling idiot and almost Joe’s equal.

      The race for worst pResident ever is an increasingly crowded field. It’s bound to be a multi-way tie.

  2. Had our air power been deployed the Taliban couldn’t get within 100 miles of Kabul. It’s a hundred miles of barren wasteland with no cover between the cities. That’s why they were hiding in the caves for so long. We never needed that many troops there. What we needed to do was send out a dozen F-15s anytime the baddies popped their heads up and kill them in the open they had to traverse. The Taliban’s “armor” consists of Toyota pickups with Guns mounted in the back. We could slaughter them from the air at will.

    Which was always the case, so the question was why W and 0 put all those troops in there on the ground, tied their hands with the ROE and then watched them get killed when we had complete command of the skies.

    It’s the same BS LBJ Vietnam. Out 500k troops there with targets on their backs and send them waltzing around in the jungles.

    Nixon simply shut down the HCM trail and bombed Hanoi. Within 3 years there were peace talks and the war was over. Until the Dems pulled the air power and funding from SVN. Then the same exact thing happened. The North launched a conventional invasion and the SVN armed forces soon collapsed.

    Air power in the modern day “command the high ground” in military strategy. Give up the high ground to the enemy and watch yourself lose. Pretty simple really.

    1. Rather than F-15s, send in the c130 Gunships. Used in Afghanistan to great effect, only limited by stupid ROE’s. I have friend who was flying them. I have a friend that died as a result of this fucked up place. You can kill them all as far as I’m concerned.

      The biden regime did this on purpose. 10,000 Americans left to shelter “in place”. May they all come home and March on DC.

      1. You’d know better than I and agreed. Send them all to Allah and let him sort them out.

  3. This is their pretext for dropping the 25th Amendment on Biden. That’s why the media has suddenly turned on him – they got their marching orders.

    Only question is if Harris is really up for the top spot after, or if there’s an Arkancide in her furture. I were her, I’d get me a food taster.

    1. She’s going to choke to death on an ear of corn. She tried to eat it the long way by force of habit.

    2. “…they got their marching orders.”

      Good point. Sure seems like something changed.

      Cuomo, then biden. Who’s next?

      1. Newsome is next, via the recall vote. The Dems are getting rid of any remaining straight white males who could block the BIPOC rise to power.

          1. Old BJ is no longer a viable candidate for anything, so there is no point ot the Dems eliminating him. And there are plenty of people who still have positive feelings (for whatever reason) for the whole Clinton era. His success is part of the Democrat mythology now, and they will not destroy that without real cause.

              1. The dynamics of THAT particular relationship must be truly fascinating if one could get the full story. Fascinating in the ‘discovering a neighbor is a cannibalistic serial killer with a freezer and crawlway full of body parts’ kind of way.

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