The White House should be reassuring Americans that we will nip the Taliban in the bud. Instead, they say “brace yourselves,” because the eye of the hurricane hasn’t hit yet.
Under President Trump, the Taliban was afraid to make even the slightest move. But Biden stepped into the Oval Office and they first thing he did was show weakness. It didn’t take the Taliban long to figure out they no longer had to fear the United States.
Thus, one day after two suicide bombers caused the death of thirteen US soldiers, the White House warns “it ain’t over yet.”
Biden sat down to meet with his National Security Team. Of course, no one knows if Biden even knows who he was talking to. But the only take away from the meeting is this. We should expect more terror attacks, especially over the next few days.
According to Breitbart:
“They advised the President and Vice President that another terror attack in Kabul is likely, but that they are taking maximum force protection measures at the Kabul Airport,” a readout from a White House official read.
President Joe Biden has tried to warn Americans of the dangers surrounding the mission to evacuate Americans out of Afghanistan, without acknowledging his failure to prepare for the mission.
“We have a long way to go. And a lot could still go wrong,” Biden said on Sunday before the suicide bombers targeted American troops on Thursday
Advisers also told Biden they were working on plans to strike ISIS-K targets in Afghanistan.
“The next few days of this mission will be the most dangerous period to date,” the official noted.
The White House tried to cover Biden’s responsibility for any future attack, telling reporters that the president had approved all of the authorities they needed to conduct their operations.
The Hit List
Meanwhile, as news of Biden’s “hit list” continues to spread, Americans are growing increasingly angry. In fact, Biden’s “puppet on a string” act has millions of people wondering who sits behind the curtain pulling the string?
Rep. Jake Ellzey, R-Texas, who deployed to Afghanistan three times as a Navy fighter pilot, told Fox News in an exclusive interview he wants to know “who’s behind the curtain” after President Biden said during a Thursday press conference that he had been “instructed” to call on certain reporters.
“Ladies and gentlemen, they gave me a list here. The first person I was instructed to call on was Kelly O’Donnell from NBC,” said Biden, following his remarks on the ISIS-K attack that killed at least 13 American service members outside the Hamid Karzai international airport in Kabul.
Ellzey acknowledged that while it’s common for presidents to solicit advice from staff, he said “they don’t take instructions.”
“Everybody who has a staff, takes input from that staff and they will either take their recommendation or not, but they don’t take instructions and I think it’s worth, down the road, finding out in the course of an accountability investigation, who’s behind the curtain?” asked Ellzey.
Ellzey told Fox News he and his colleagues on both side of the aisle are united in completing the evacuation. The congressman also said he believed Biden’s Aug. 31 deadline was “arbitrary.”
“We as Americans, both Democrats and Republicans on the Hill have united in needing answers but more importantly demanding that we get everybody out first and not adhere to some arbitrary timeline, like August 31st.”
“Veterans, active-duty military people who have any understanding and appreciation of history recognize missions are accomplished only on their timeline, not on one that we set for them,” he continued.
As for the HIT LIST, we’ve yet to find a single person who supports such a deadly move.
Kevin Jackson recently wrote:
Holy Mother of Jethro, how stupid must you be to give this list to the Taliban? Just make it easy for them to hunt down and kill those who helped the “Infidels.”
Yet, under President Biden, the incompetence never ends.
Politico reported Thursday that American officials provided the Taliban with the names of American and Afghan allies seeking to evacuate the country.
Ellzey called the idea that Americans would provide American names to the Taliban “ridiculous” and called for the officials behind the decision to resign.
“There’s really not even a word for it. That is that is the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard that you’re going to give the Taliban the names of Americans, knowing full well that if they catch them, what they could do to them. Whoever made that decision should be resigned, fired or whatever they need to be, they need to be kicked out.”
I’d say, at this point, Biden should take a few pointers from his old pal Andrew Cuomo. It’s getting pretty hot in here- time for Joey Demento to get out of the kitchen.