Biden Allows Torture And Murder Of U.S. Military Dogs

The heartlessness of the Biden administration truly knows no bounds.

In addition to leaving American citizens stranded, and high-power combat equipment behind, the Biden administration has also abandoned U.S. military dogs. The dogs have been left in cramped cages, awaiting their torture and eventual killing at the hands of our Afghan enemies.

An animal rights group has criticized the Biden administration after the U.S. military allegedly left its contract dogs behind in Afghanistan before exiting Kabul.

“I am devastated by reports that the American government is pulling out of Kabul and leaving behind brave U.S. military contract working dogs to be tortured and killed at the hand of our enemies,” American Humane President and CEO Robin Ganzert said in a statement.

The contracted dogs in left in Afghanistan are trained to save American lives and deserve far better treatment than the one to which Biden has left for them.

Retired U.S. military dogs are often rescued by organizations like the Human Society, and given a home with retired military veterans. The pairing couldn’t be more perfect.

However, as a result of Biden’s disastrous evacuation mission, these dogs who are trained and work alongside U.S. troops will be left along with American citizens, weaponry, and our Afghan allies.

The U.S. completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan on Aug. 31. The Taliban took control of the airport and celebrated its victory after the 20-year war and occupation ended.

Joe Biden “The Empathy President” has proven to be the exact opposite. The military operation he oversaw resulted in the loss of 13 U.S. servicemen, yet he considers it a “huge success.” Thanks to him, the Taliban are armed like never before, wreaking havoc across the country with U.S. military weapons. And to top it off, our furry friends who day in and day out show their loyalty to the Armed Forces, are left behind awaiting their fate amongst our savage enemies in Afghanistan.

Joe Biden’s impeachment is long overdue.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth