Joe Biden’s failure in Afghanistan turned into a deadly tragedy when ISIS suicide bombers murdered 13 heroic American military members in a coordinated terrorist attack.
The roof then fell in on Biden’s Presidency.
And Jen Psaki said the ten words that let Joe Biden know his Presidency was over.
In the days leading up to ISIS terrorists killing 12 Marines and one Navy corpsman in the deadliest day for U.S. forces in Afghanistan in a decade.
Joe Biden lost control of Afghanistan with a poorly executed withdrawal plan that abandoned billions of dollars in top flight military equipment to the Taliban as the Taliban took over the country.
The situation spiraled out of control as Biden did not properly execute his plan for thousands of Americans stranded behind enemy lines.
This led to the corporate media bombarding the administration with negative headlines about Joe Biden’s incompetence and failure.
But as the days wore on, the Biden administration tried to spin a disaster into a victory lap claiming evacuating around 80,000 people was an historically successful airlift even though a tiny fraction of that number were American citizens.
At a recent White House press briefing Jen Psaki tried to push the lie that Biden succeeded in overseeing an orderly evacuation in response to a question from Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy.
“Is there any concern that maybe trying to reach this deadline and get everybody out, mistakes are being made now that there is a report that at least one of the Afghans evacuated to Qatar has suspected ISIS ties?” Doocy asked.
Psaki responded by praising the airlift.
I would say that this is now on track, Peter, to be the largest airlift in U.S. history. So — and that is bringing American citizens out, it is bringing our Afghan partners out, it is bringing allies out.
Psaki then uttered the ten words that may come to doom the Biden Presidency.
“…I would not say that is anything but a success,” Psaki added.
48 hours after Psaki demanded the corporate media give Joe Biden a victory lap for an historically successful airlift tragedy struck.
The Biden administration inexplicably trusted the security of 5.200 U.S. troops at Kabul Airport to the Taliban.
Two ISIS suicide bombers slipped the through the Taliban’s alleged security and detonated two bombs murdering 13 U.S. service members.
The Biden administration spent days boasting that the withdrawal must be chalked up as a success because no lives were lost.
Administration officials stressed the “no casualty” talking point.
But the Biden administration’s failed plan to provide adequate safety for the troops led to 13 families getting a phone call about loved ones never coming home again.
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