Joe Biden destroyed Donald Trump’s plan
Trump had a withdrawal plan for Afghanistan, and the new administration destroyed the plan.
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We all know what happened then. Thirteen service members lost the lives just because Biden let them die.
First, Biden promised to protect our people. It was a lie.
The Biden administration said that 100-200 Americans were stranded in Afghanistan in the last few months.
The latest press release of the State Department says that the US assisted 479 American citizens and 450 lawful permanent residents to leave Afghanistan in the stretch.
What did Biden say? He still stands by his Afghan withdrawal.
In his interview with Rita Braver from CBS News, the so-called President said he was willing to lose his presidency over sticking with this “withdrawal.”
Biden says he’s “willing to lose” his presidency over sticking by his botched Afghanistan withdrawal because he says there was no way to get out without anyone getting hurt. pic.twitter.com/nvOUsRpjEC
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) December 13, 2021
The following statement made us ask questions about Biden’s mental health.
Biden not only supported military involvement in Afghanistan from the beginning — he voted for the AUMF. He pushed Obama to ignore all advice on withdrawal in 2011 (which Obama later slowed down because it was a mess) in a foreshadowing of how Biden handled Afghanistan. https://t.co/t8ffxX5LzF
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 13, 2021
Everybody says, ‘you could’ve gotten out without anybody being hurt.’ No ones come up with a way to indicate to me how that happens.
The video is available on Rumble.
Biden said he was against the war in Afghanistan.
In 2001, Biden supported the resolution that sent military force against “nations, organizations, or persons.”
The Gateway Pundit reported this:
FACT CHECK: “Biden did not oppose the US invasion of Afghanistan. As a US senator from Delaware, he joined his Senate colleagues in a unanimous vote in support of the 2001 resolution that authorized the use of military force against “nations, organizations, or persons” President George W. Bush determined were behind the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.”
FACT CHECK: In September Commander of U.S. Central Command Gen. Kenneth McKenzie and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee about Biden’s botched Afghanistan withdrawal.
Both McKenzie and Milley confirmed, under oath, that they recommended against Joe Biden’s withdrawal timeline and warned of the impending collapse of the Afghan government.
Monday’s press release was a failure:
The State Department said they are in touch with Americans stuck in the country. These people want to leave the country and they have their documents ready!
"Since August 31, the United States has directly assisted 479 American Citizens and 450 lawful permanent residents to depart Afghanistan and relocate to the United States"
In early Sept. the Biden admin was telling us that only 100 Americans there… https://t.co/K1GKdnI8M6
— Bill Roggio (@billroggio) December 13, 2021
Biden also funded the resettlement for up to 95,000 people relocated from Afghanistan and joining the US through Operation Allies Welcome.
Fox News has more:
If there’s American citizens left, we’re going to stay to get them all out,” Biden told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos on Aug. 16. Just 15 days later, Biden marked the end of the Afghanistan War with a speech in which he admitted that 100 to 200 Americans remained in Afghanistan, with some intention to leave.
“[W]e believe that about 100 to 200 Americans remain in Afghanistan with some intention to leave,” President Biden said on Aug. 31. “Most of those who remain are dual citizens, long-time residents who had earlier decided to stay because of their family roots in Afghanistan.”
The State Department said it is “in touch” with the remaining U.S. citizens who want to leave Afghanistan, are prepared to depart, and have the necessary travel documents.
“As Secretary [Anthony] Blinken has said, there is no deadline for this work,” the State Department said in a statement, reaffirming its pledge to help relocate Afghan allies who helped the U.S. during the war.
The State Department said it is continuing to relocate more than 2,200 Afghan allies who worked with the U.S. as well as their families. Many of them are special immigrant visa (SIV) holders or applicants.
The Biden administration is providing funding to support resettlement for up to 95,000 individuals relocated from Afghanistan and entering the U.S. through Operation Allies Welcome through the current fiscal year.
This is what people said:
Joe Biden says the deaths of our 13 service members in Afghanistan were inevitable. Shameful.pic.twitter.com/Fyd5xI3Upj
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) December 13, 2021
Joe, we can arrange that for you.
I filed articles of impeachment because you SHOULD lose your Presidency over the awful way you handled the Afghanistan withdrawal.
Glad to see you endorsing the idea. https://t.co/CXNU65266J
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) December 13, 2021
Biden’s troop withdrawal from Afghanistan was a disaster.
Don’t take it from us, take it from Obama-Biden administration officials.pic.twitter.com/MJirAO2ErY
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) December 13, 2021
Why yes, im still mad about biden’s afghanistan withdrawal, and this doesnt help pic.twitter.com/1jDPLbD32J
— caleb (@CalebVanover) December 13, 2021
Milley and Austin proposed extending the U.S. troop presence for up to a year. “Sir, we’re not for staying forever,” they insisted. Biden and top White House officials didn’t believe them. https://t.co/ZSJ1bET4hp
— Adam Entous (@adamentous) December 10, 2021
President Donald J. Trump:
“Vladimir Putin looks at our pathetic surrender in Afghanistan, leaving behind dead Soldiers, American citizens, and $85 billion worth of Military equipment. He then looks at Biden. He is not worried!” pic.twitter.com/4obJDfYvTI
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) December 7, 2021
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