It’s actually astounding how rapidly the downfall of America has occurred now that Biden is chief executive and commander of U.S. military forces.
The man can barely keep his eyes open to address the nation after a major military blunder.
Well, as it turns out, Sleepy Joe has always been a monster, a charlatan, and a corrupt swamp monster D.C. careerist.
On America’s obligation to Afghani women and girls — an issue that Biden and the Democrats now pretend to care about — then-VP Joe Biden reportedly told officials “Fuck that” when it was subject was broached.
Atlantic reporter George Packer, also a biographer of former President Barack Obama’s special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke, revealed the 2010 exchange in March.
Packer cited Holbrooke’s diary as the source:
According to Holbrooke’s diary, when he asked about American obligations to Afghans like the girl in the Kabul school, Biden replied with a history lesson from the final U.S. withdrawal from Southeast Asia in 1973: “Fuck that, we don’t have to worry about that. We did it in Vietnam, Nixon and Kissinger got away with it.”
The comment has now resurfaced in the media as President Biden failed to plan for evacuating Americans and Afghan allies after the country fell rapidly to a resurgent Taliban.
Biden also explained to Packer in 2004 why he once supported the war in Afghanistan and the importance of nation-building. Packer wrote that Biden told him of “a catalytic event” for him after he met a young girl in Afghanistan who urged Americans not to leave the country.
Packer wrote: “As Biden explained it, the girl was saying, in effect: ‘Don’t fuck with me, Jack. You got me in here. You said you were going to help me. You’d better not leave me now.’”
But Biden appears more war-weary after abandoning Afghanistan to the Taliban over the weekend.
Not only that, the newly-woke “president” is pretending to care about the endangered women and girls in Afghanistan now that he’s become solely responsible for Taliban’s takeover.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney