Is America still a great nation under the Biden Administration? The answer is pretty obvious…

Biden’s debacle in Afghanistan really shapes his legacy like his oval table office in the White House. I mean it’s really a disaster.

Joe Biden bowed his head at the lectern as if the weight of the world were on his shoulders. In his breast pocket was a card that keeps a tally of American service members who have died in Afghanistan and Iraq. Now, he knew, it would include people who died serving under him as commander-in-chief.

Addressing the nation from the East Room of the White House, Biden had just endured the bleakest day of his young presidency. In Kabul, a suicide bomber and gunmen killed 13 US troops, more than a hundred Afghan civilians, two British nationals, and the child of a British national.

Like many presidents before him, Biden was required to move rapidly through emotional keys. There was compassion for the US war dead – “Heroes who have been engaged in a dangerous, selfless mission to save the lives of others” – then a dark warning for terrorists reminiscent of George W Bush: “We will not forgive. We will not forget. We will hunt you down and make you pay.”

A day later Biden made good on his promise of violent retribution when he ordered a drone strike in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province which the Pentagon said killed two Islamic State “planners and facilitators”. In a statement on Saturday, Biden said: “This strike was not the last.”

Well, Donald Trump deceives how Joe Biden worked out the Mission in Afghanistan and the crisis in the southern border.

He said, “Well, you’re gonna have it, you’re gonna have it. As sure as you’re sitting there, you’re gonna have it. Forget about Afghan, you have many countries in the Middle East right now where they’re coming in. But with the Afghans we’re bringing them all over the world as we said, planes dropping them all over to countries all over the world. But here’s the thing. Most of those countries are smart and they’re run smart. They’re going to drop them off in this country. They’re gonna say, listen, “we’re holding them for a short period of time but we want the US to take them”, and we’ll end up taking everybody. We’re like the lapdog for every nation, when you look at, as we said NATO, the way they use us and then they kill us on trade.

He also pointed out how he was able to create great relationships he kept and trade deals that he executed while in office. That’s just how Trump put America first before other nations could take advantage of us.

Joe Biden once said that the threat to America from Afghanistan is gone, but the truth is the Biden Regime itself had become the threat to America.

God Bless America. A nation is reborn.

Sources: The Gateway Pundit, The Guardian

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.