Thank you Col. Kemp for telling it straight.
Biden shouldn’t be impeached, he should be court-martialed, according to retired British officer Richard Kemp.
Kemp goes on to explain that Biden is Commander-In-Chief of the armed forces, and his surrender to the Taliban is a betrayal of The United States of America, as well as her allies.
There were multiple ways this crisis could have been averted.
For the record absolutely NO ONE is arguing that we shouldn’t have pulled out of Afghanistan, we are angry about a meltdown that was completely avoidable.
A meltdown that is 100% the fault of Joe Biden.
How could he not know to get the troops out last?
How could he not know to honor tribal agreements?
Here’s the scathing rebuke Col. Kemp issued:
— The Quill Press (@VinceQuill) August 23, 2021
RT if you agree with @JudgeJeanine
Biden should be
✅ Court Martial pic.twitter.com/gTCoHBXGeM
— CONNIE’S CORNER (@CRRJA5) August 23, 2021
Col. Kemp sat down and told Mark Levin of Fox News:
“I don’t say this lightly and I’ve never said it about anybody else – any other leader in this position. People have been talking about impeaching President Biden,” Kemp told Levin.
“I don’t believe President Biden should be impeached. He’s the commander in chief of the U.S. armed forces who’s just essentially surrendered to the Taliban: He shouldn’t be impeached. He should be court-martialed for betraying the United States of America and the United States armed forces.”
Kemp predicted China, which along with Russia has all but recognized the Taliban as the new government of Afghanistan, will join with neighboring Pakistan and Iran to further “enrich themselves by plundering” the war-torn country.
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The situation in Afghanistan is going to get a lot worse according to Jeh Johnson, his warning appeared in The Hill:
Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Monday said he believes the situation at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul is “going to get a lot worse before it gets better” as U.S. citizens and Afghan allies scramble to evacuate Afghanistan amid the Taliban’s takeover.
Johnson, who also spent time as general counsel at the Pentagon, said the scene at the Kabul airport will likely worsen as American citizens, special immigrant visa applicants and individuals who qualify for refugee status continue to flood the premises in an attempt to get out of Afghanistan.
“This is a country of 38 million people. We’ve got to deal with the American citizens, those who qualify for special immigrant visas but then those who also qualify for refugee status under our laws. And that population could snowball,”