There’s no way for Joe Biden to escape the giant mess that he’s created.
There will be severe consequences that he cannot escape.
A new poll on Joe Biden is the worst news that he could possibly think of.
President Joe Biden is trying to pretend that the situation in Afghanistan is going well.
The delusion is so strong that the Biden administration is expecting praise for the way they have handled the situation.
On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki called the evacuation a “success” during a press briefing.
“I would say that this is now on track to be largest airlift in U.S. history… so no, I would not say that is anything but a success,” Psaki said ignoring the fact that thousands of Americans still remain trapped.
It is highly doubtful that America will be able to evacuate all its citizens before Biden’s Aug. 31 deadline.
Biden also armed the Taliban in a startling way with the weaponry America left behind.
“We’ve made the Taliban into a major U.S. arms dealer for the next decade,” Adam Andrzejewski, CEO of Open the Books stated. “They now control 75,000 military vehicles. This is about 50,000 tactical vehicles, 20,000 Humvees they control about 1,000 mine-resistant vehicles, and even about 150 armored personnel carriers.”
The watchdog group estimated that the U.S. military left behind 75,000 vehicles, 600,000 weapons and 208 aircraft in Afghanistan.
Not many Americans are buying Biden’s claim that the withdrawal from Afghanistan is going well.
Just 24 percent of registered voters believe Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal is going “very well” or “somewhat well,” according to a Morning Consult/Politico poll that was released on Wednesday.
Respondents were asked, “How well, if at all, do you think the withdrawal of U.S. military presence in Afghanistan is going?”
- 8 percent – very well
- 16 percent – somewhat well
- 23 percent – not too well
- 44 percent – not well at all
Another poll found thatthe majority of American voters blame Biden for bungling the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
A Hill-HarrisX poll released Tuesday found that 52 percent of respondents said the president is “guilty of mismanaging” the exit.
A mere 23 percent of respondents didn’t think the president is “guilty of mismanaging” the exit and 26 percent said they weren’t sure.
Among Republicans, 74 percent said Biden is “guilty of mismanaging” the exit and only nine percent said otherwise. But even Democrats weren’t confident in Biden’s leadership. Only 36 percent of Democrats didn’t think the president is “guilty of mismanaging” while 34 percent of respondents blamed the president for “mismanaging.”
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