Impeach Him! Treason in the White House
Biden said he was heartbroken by the Afghan violence. What is he “heartbroken” about?
If you were president of the United States, your first 100 days would be the most important. The first few months tell the American populace the course you will set. If you have watched the leadership of Biden since January, then nothing should come as a surprise as the summer season ends. It’s only a matter of time before implosion.
With that said…
More than 100 people were killed, including at least 13 U.S. service members and 90 Afghans, at the Kabul airport Thursday when two blasts ripped through crowds trying to enter the American-controlled facility, disrupting the final push of the U.S.-led evacuation effort.
A suicide bomb attack at the airport’s Abbey Gate was followed by an assault by gunmen, officials said. Another bomb attack took place nearby at a hotel outside the airport. Eighteen U.S. service members were injured, the Pentagon said.
This attack marks the bloodiest day for the U.S. military in Afghanistan since 2011 and came just five days before the Biden administration’s deadline for the complete military withdrawal from the country. Both attacks were under the leadership of Presidents Obama and Biden. Go figure. The military expects more attacks, Marine Corps General Frank McKenzie told reporters.
President Biden on Thursday evening said he was heartbroken by the violence and vowed to retaliate for the attacks, while promising to continue evacuation efforts. What is he “heartbroken” about? It is his failed leadership to evacuate one of the deadliest places on earth, leaving thousands of innocent people in danger. How can you retaliate and evacuate Afghanistan at the same time?
“We will hunt you down and make you pay,” Mr. Biden said in remarks at the White House. He said he had instructed his national security advisers to develop response plans to the attack.
The terrorist bombing attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan, that killed 13 service members was the final straw for some Republicans.
A wave of prominent Republican lawmakers on Thursday called for President Joe Biden to be impeached or to resign, arguing his decisions created an environment ripe for crisis that indicates he is not capable of leadership. I’m glad to know that Tennessee is leading the way.
“Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Antony Blinken, Lloyd Austin and General Milley should all resign or face impeachment and removal from office,” Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn tweeted.
“This is the product of Joe Biden’s catastrophic failure of leadership. It is now painfully clear he has neither the will nor the capacity to lead. He must resign,” Missouri Senator Josh Hawley said in a statement.
Senator Hawley went on to say: “Our nation is forever indebted to the brave Marines who made the ultimate sacrifice today. And we remember as well the innocent Afghanis who needlessly perished. Joe Biden has now overseen the deadliest day for US troops in Afghanistan in over a decade, and the crisis grows worse by the hour. We must reject the falsehood peddled by a feckless president that this was the only option for withdrawal. This is the product of Joe Biden’s catastrophic failure of leadership. It is now painfully clear he has neither the will nor the capacity to lead. He must resign.”
Veteran Skip Boyer, a dear friend in the faith, exclaimed, “As a US Marine, the only other time I was ashamed to be associated with America is when Jimmy Carter killed all those Marines in the desert in Iran and during the whole Iran hostage affair. Joe is doing his dead level best to be the worst POTUS ever and he has to beat out Obama and Carter for that position!”
Clear-thinking Americans can see the writing on the wall. What if the president of the free world would be courageous in leading our nation? Would hundreds of lives be put in danger? God, open the eyes of the leader of this nation.
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