On Tuesday, Jill Biden was all over the social media to defend her husband Joe Biden after he failed to protect Afghanistan from total chaos as he withdrew troops.

And just as how Joe Biden used the PR trick during his disastrous WH speech, Jill used the same tactics to make his husband a war hero.

So she was trying to change the subject and make people think that Joe was a hero like he was doing the most difficult thing instead of the stupid one.

When Joe tried using this kind of a massive spin job, nobody believes him, how much more with Jill? I doubt if there’s one.

And here’s what she did, she went on getting some parts of her husband’s terrible speech and she tried making the disastrous one just like a “difficult hero move” by changing the entire narrative.

But what she didn’t realize is, this whole thing is not about leaving Afghanistan, perhaps it’s about how her husband abandoned that matters.

Here’s what she said:

“My heart is with all the families of those who served and sacrificed in Afghanistan for the last 20 years,” Jill began. She then quoted her husband as she wrote, “As the President said, ‘I cannot – and I will not – ask our troops to fight on endlessly in another country’s civil war – taking casualties, suffering life-shattering injuries, leaving families broken by grief and loss.’”

she continued, “If you are hurting today and need to talk to someone, the Military Crisis Line offers free, confidential support, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for service members, veterans, their families, caregivers, and survivors. Call 1-800-273-8255 or text 838255.”

This move from Jill comes as more and more criticism falls on Joe’s shaky old shoulders.

On Monday, Joe spent $30, 000 US tax dollars to take a break from his vacation and head back to the WH to deliver one of the most disastrous speeches in presidential history.

“I stand squarely behind my decision. After 20 years I’ve learned the hard way that there was never a good time to withdraw U.S. forces,” Biden said, according to CNBC. “I am president of the United States of America. The buck stops with me.”

Biden sort of admitted that he had not seen this all coming – even though back in July, he said on video that NONE of what happened would happen.

“The truth is, this did unfold more quickly than we anticipated,” Biden said of the swift offensive carried out by the Taliban.

Despite all the chaos, mess, and people who have died and been abandoned, Biden doesn’t seem to have any regrets.

“I know my decision will be criticized, but I would rather take all that criticism than pass this decision on to a future president,” Biden said.
What a load of malarkey.

Biden then addressed American troops directly, saying, “I want to acknowledge how painful this is to so many of us. The scenes we’re seeing in Afghanistan, they’re gut-wrenching, particularly for our veterans, our diplomats, humanitarian workers, anyone who has spent time on the ground working to support the Afghan people.”

“For those who have lost loved ones in Afghanistan, and for Americans who have fought and served in the country, serve our country in Afghanistan. This is deeply, deeply personal. It is for me as well,” he continued, referring to his late son Beau, who was deployed to Iraq for a year and died of cancer in 2015.

Now the Biden administration has told 5,000 Americans that are still trapped in Afghanistan that they cannot guarantee “cannot guarantee safe passage” and they will only have “limited” help to get out.

So Joe now feels that he’s a hero.

Sources: Wayne Dupree, CNBC

2 Responses

  1. Bemused Berserker

    Dr. Shrill is functionally illiterate (read her doctoral thesis). Shrill’s one of the people that’s pumped Biden’s opinion that he’s a great statesman up. Joe sucked as a Senator, sucked as VP, and now he’s big time sucking as Prez. He’s always been a Lying Idiot. Now, he’s a Senile Lying Idiot.

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  2. ROSE

    GOD PLEASE HAVE MERCY FOR AMERICA AND HER PEOPLE,THAT LOVE YOU AND OUR COUNTRY.

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