There isn’t much great to say in Biden’s last seven months, it is as simple as that.
His Covid-19 response has been lackluster, creating an economy dealing with major inflation and jobless. He has now put the country and citizens overseas at risk as the Taliban took over in entire country in just days.
The rest of the world looks at this administration and our President wondering what has happened.
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It took Joe Biden just seven months to cripple this country’s economy, security and credibility.
The Atlantic published a story Sunday titled “Biden’s betrayal of Afghans will live in infamy.” MSNBC called the rout “Biden’s disastrous Afghanistan charade,” and even a news actor at CNN admitted that the Taliban’s blitzkrieg caught the Biden-Harris administration “flat-footed.”
As international pressure for Biden to comment increased, he finally cut his umpteenth vacation short, rushed back to the White House and brazenly told the American people that the fault for the Afghan rout was not his. Instead, Biden blamed the Afghan leaders for fleeing the country, the Afghan military for lacking the will to fight, and of course Donald Trump.
Biden focused solely on diversity issues, COVID-19 mandates and gun control, including a nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, David Chipman, whom even members of Biden’s own party found distasteful.