Afghanistan is an absolute catastrophe right now……
Biden and his failed policies are like something straight out of Atlas Shrugged. It seems to me like him and his co-conspirator Harris will do anything to fight off the day when they are revealed as complete frauds.
That day may arrive sooner than we think.
You and I know these two to be some of the most fraudulent individuals on the planet, but we sadly have a public which is still half asleep.
These latest events out of Afghanistan may change all of that though….just look at the way people are talking about this.
No one is going to forget this any time soon, and President Trump is even taking to the internet to call for Biden’s resignation in disgrace:
— The Quill Press (@Squidward3424) August 15, 2021
Biden must resign tonight https://t.co/gHHcpYAosp
— Chale (@Chale333) August 15, 2021
President Trump’s comments appeared in The Daily Wire:
Former President Donald Trump said in a statement on Sunday that it was time for President Joe Biden to resign from office following the debacle that has unfolded in Afghanistan.
“What Joe Biden has done with Afghanistan is legendary. It will go down as one of the greatest defeats in American history!” Trump said. “It is time for Joe Biden to resign in disgrace for what he has allowed to happen to Afghanistan, along with the tremendous surge in COVID, the Border catastrophe, the destruction of energy independence, and our crippled economy.”
RESIGN BIDEN NOW! https://t.co/zXng332GGv
— GraceAnnRae (@GraceAnn4Trump) August 15, 2021
Joe Biden should resign and Trump should be reinstated for our national security.
— Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) August 15, 2021
NPR had the latest on the situation in Afghanistan:
Twenty years after being removed from power in a U.S.-led invasion, Taliban militiamen swept to into Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, on Sunday, facing little resistance from Afghan government forces.
Within hours, Afghanistan’s Washington-backed president had left the country and the flag at the U.S. Embassy had been lowered amid a hasty evacuation of diplomatic personnel.
Ashraf Ghani, Afghanistan’s president, said on Facebook that his was “a hard choice,” but that he decided to leave to prevent bloodshed. He signed off his post with “Long Live Afghanistan.” The Taliban released a statement saying they had entered the capital of 6 million people and were working to restore law and order.