Democrat Joe Biden, because of a total lack of work ethic or intelligence, is making a mess out of Afghanistan, causing fear and frustration when there should be a celebration. The US Troop withdrawal in the region is hardly being addressed as the deadline to move Americans out is growing closer.
The United States’ ongoing withdrawal from Afghanistan demonstrates the truth of this claim.
Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid announced on Twitter that Taliban fighters overran government security forces with ease this week in the Maidan Wardak Province, just west of Kabul.
His posts included several pictures of booty from the conquest, which included American-made machine guns, rifles, carbines and armored vehicles.
“The enemy fled on seeing the casualties, and a large number of tanks, heavy and light weapons and ammunition fell into the hands of the Mujahideen,” he tweeted.
News of the Taliban’s successes is merely the latest in the movement’s pernicious campaign to capitalize on the U.S. withdrawal, reassert its hegemony over Afghanistan and reinstate the government that the U.S. overthrew 20 years ago.
Alas, Afghan forces are unlikely to prevent a resurgence of the Taliban without American military presence. Despite the fact that America spent more than $2 trillion on the war effort and committed two decades of training efforts, Afghan security forces are, by all measures, a joke.
The Washington Times reminds us of the complete laziness and breakdown of the Biden administration, which puts our friends and allies in harm’s way of the Democrat administrations’ other sloppy and wreckless agendas and policies.
The Biden administration doesn’t know how to get any work done.
“Plans for an escape route to America for interpreters and other Afghans who helped U.S. troops during the 20-year Afghanistan War are mired in inaction by the Biden administration, say congressional members and other advocates for the wartime allies.
As the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan accelerates toward President Biden‘s Sept. 11 pullout deadline, the State Department is sitting on a backlog of nearly 18,000 applications for special immigrant visas for Afghan collaborators who fear deadly retaliation from the Taliban.
“There is a human cost to these bureaucratic delays,” said James Miervaldis of No One Left Behind, a group that advocates for interpreters who worked for the U.S. during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.”
A Wall Street Journal Op-ed addresses the same concerns about the breakdown in the Biden administration to protect the very men and women who helped Americans.
— Senator John Cornyn (@JohnCornyn) June 7, 2021
While Biden has open borders for everyone on the planet to come thru human smuggling corridors, he can’t get it together to assist heroes who helped us.
WSJ Op-ED laid it out:
“The U.S. and its NATO allies are rushing to withdraw from Afghanistan by next month. This hurried retreat leaves thousands of Afghans exposed after helping U.S. and allied forces, most notably as interpreters.
Diplomatic and military personnel couldn’t have operated in Afghanistan for 20 years without local translators, who can earn visas to the U.S. after two years of service. About 30,000 families have moved to the U.S. from Afghanistan or Iraq using the Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) program. Today some 18,000 Afghans are waiting for visas after the pandemic slowed down the already complicated process.”
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