Wow. Just wow. The border is wide open, COVID is apparently still a problem, Americans are being unconstitutionally required to wear masks in some cases, the economy is tanking…
But somehow Joe Biden has found a way to make all of those problems look like peanuts compared to the human devastation at the hands of the Taliban.
And House Foreign Affairs Committee ranking member Representative Michael McCaul, a Republican from Texas, is not going to let Joe get away with it.
Speaking on MSNBC recently, McCaul said that “This president is the commander in chief today. He made the decision to pull out. To blame this on the prior administration, I think, is ill-conceived because, the fact is, this was a conditions-based agreement. The conditions were not being followed by the Taliban. They violated it in many respects in terms of not breaking their ties with al Qaeda. they have now attacked the provincial capitals.”
“This president can’t blame the prior administration. He has to take responsibility, accountability for his own actions, which have led to this unmitigated disaster of epic proportions.” he continued. “It is an absolute disaster. I want to commend you, Andrea, and the press for asking the tough questions. I’ve asked this administration for months, when are you going to get the interpreters out, when are you going to get our Afghan partners out of there, when are you going to have ISR intelligence capability out of the country? They have done none of this, and now it’s a scramble to the airport, and none of the planes are flying out right now. It’s essentially closed down. I think this is really even. It could be worse than Saigon itself.”
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