cake ice cream and eating it too.
Some commentary on Biden’s speech:
Biden always does the same thing when this demented old slurring, lisping fool wants to sound “tough:” He just yells.
I think his handlers believe his lisping and slurring are less pronounced when he’s yelling like an old lunatic.
90% of Americans who wanted to leave have been evacuated, Biden says.
Yay! 90%! That’s an A minus!!!
OUT: This was my call and the buck stops with me
IN: This was Trump’s idea, you know
This is a great point: Biden is claiming simultaneously that this is a great success and also blaming Trump for the failure.
Time once again for one of my all-time favorite lines, from one of my all-time favorite movies:
Diane (Darryl Hannah): You don’t even bother to lie to me carefully anymore, Charlie. It’s an insult to be lied to so obviously.
Charlie (Mickey Rourke): Diane, I’ll tell you what…tomorrow I’m gonna turn over a new leaf, and I promise you, my lies will be a whole lot better.
Only I can’t say I expect Faux Jaux’s lies to get any better, honestly. No consolation, just confirmation:
Biden says 90% of Americans who wanted out were able to get out. He also says 5,500 Americans got out. Um, 10% of that is 550, no 100-200. Does anyone in this administration pay attention to the crap they spew?
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) August 31, 2021
Kurt Schlichter sums up.
Our intelligence community did a great job and also no one expected this but we all expected it and of course it happened and Trump made me and it's the stranded people's fault and Beau, so much Beau.
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) August 31, 2021
The last word (for now) has to go to Gold Star mother Shana Chappell, who gave Faux Jaux a full-on, double-barreled blast right in his lying face.
Facebook has suspended the account of Shana Chappell, the mother of a soldier killed in Afghanistan.
Below is what she posted about Joe Biden getting her son killed. pic.twitter.com/Cqcu13c7r0
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) August 31, 2021
And right after that, Twatter banned the poor woman—for her display of impudent disrespect for Our Beloved “President,” one presumes. Me, I think she nailed it. Kudos to Caleb Hull for defying the Dorstapo and resposting it.
Update! I keep calling the Biden Bugout “the gift that keeps on giving,” and damned if it doesn’t keep proving to be the case.
Because of course he did.
Joe Biden has told a lot of stories over the years, most designed to puff himself up, and some of them with very little relationship to reality.
But there’s one story that he tells that does have some relationship to reality — that’s the story of having to land in a helicopter in the woods of Afghanistan in 2008. He often told the story to add to his alleged foreign policy credentials when he was running for office.
“If you want to know where al Qaeda lives, you want to know where [Osama] bin Laden is, come back to Afghanistan with me,” he said on the campaign trail in October, just months after the February rescue. “Come back to the area where my helicopter was forced down…in the middle of those mountains. I can tell you where they are.”
Now, Joe being Joe, there’s puffery there — they weren’t exactly near al Qaeda, and their helicopter was “forced down” by a snowstorm, not by any enemy action. But, it was true that it had to land and there was potential danger, given he was a U.S. senator and there with two other U.S. senators — Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) and Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-NE).
But one of the people who came to his rescue was a man named Mohammed, who was a 36-year-old Afghan interpreter. Mohammed came out with members of the 82nd Airborne and three Blackwater SUVS from Bagram Air Field, driving hours through the snowstorm to help. Once he got there, he helped to ward off any locals until the military was able to get the Black Hawk out of there. Thanks to Mohammed and the rest, Joe Biden got out of there safely.
But now Mohammed is stuck, with his four children, in hiding from the Taliban, after years of helping the United States — even helping Biden himself.
“Hello Mr. President: Save me and my family,” Mohammed said to The Wall Street Journal, as the Americans pulled the military out. “Don’t forget me here…I can’t leave my house…I am very scared.”
Why after everything –after over 122,000 people that they supposedly got out — is Mohammed and his family still there? He’s the perfect example of the person that we gave our word to save, and there are likely few interpreters like him that could say they even saved Joe Biden.
Doesn’t matter a whit. If there’s one thing we know about the Big Guy after all these years, it’s that he doesn’t give a fart in a whirlwind about anything or anyone but himself. Now that he barely even knows where he is anymore, why on earth would that basic fact change all of a sudden?
Okay, there’s sooo much more to cover Biden Bugout-wise, I think I’ll just start up a fresh new post for it. No way I’ll ever get to it all, but hey, I’ll do what I can here.