Democrats continue to experience shock that Joe Biden’s fiasco in Afghanistan gets worse by the day.
The scandal could force a difficult decision.
And this secret audio tape is the smoking gun that could get Joe Biden impeached.
On July 8, Joe Biden claimed it was not inevitable that the Taliban could takeover Afghanistan.
Biden boasted about the size of the Afghan army and the 88 billion dollars in taxpayer-funded military equipment the U.S. government provided the Afghans with.
After the Taliban seized power in 11 days Americans demanded to know why Biden lied to them.
Biden then claimed there was no way anyone could have predicted the speed with which the Taliban took over the country and the fact that the Afghan army would melt away.
There is just one problem with that.
Reuters obtained a transcript and audio of a July 23 call between Biden and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani where Biden told Ghani that the effort to stave off a Taliban takeover was not going well.
Biden begged Ghani to lie about the state of affairs on the ground and that if Ghani falsely claimed the Afghan army held off the Taliban, Biden would provide American air support.
In much of the call, Biden focused on what he called the Afghan government’s “perception” problem. “I need not tell you the perception around the world and in parts of Afghanistan, I believe, is that things are not going well in terms of the fight against the Taliban,” Biden said. “And there is a need, whether it is true or not, there is a need to project a different picture.”
Biden told Ghani that if Afghanistan’s prominent political figures were to give a press conference together, backing a new military strategy, “that will change perception, and that will change an awful lot I think.”
Biden even kept up this charade in public claiming a new Afghan secretary of Defense would implement a new strategy that would turn the tide against the Taliban.
On August 10 Biden stated that “I think there’s still a possibility — you have a significant new Secretary of Defense — our equivalent of a Secretary of Defense in Afghanistan, Bismillah Khan, who is a serious fighter.”
Biden’s lies about the true nature of the status of the Afghan army’s ability to stave off the Taliban became a point of contention because thousands of Americans did not evacuate Afghanistan before the Taliban took power possibly believing Biden’s lies and thinking they had more time to leave the country than they really did.
Americans want the truth and the only way to figure out the full picture of what really happened is for the Biden administration to come clean.
But the Biden administration will not release the full transcript of the call between Biden and President Ghani in the face of these calls.
That is not in the cards at the moment.
“I’m not going to get into private diplomatic conversations or leaked transcripts of phone calls,” press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters when asked about the contents of this call.
That is a 180 from when Psaki worked as a CNN commentator and demanded the release of the full transcript of the call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Zelensky when Trump asked Zelensky for help in an investigation into the Biden family corruption.
“It is not just the call transcript. The whistleblower complaint would likely have more details. We need both. And not just the call,” Psaki posted on social media back in 2019.
Democrats ended up impeaching Trump over this innocent phone call claiming it was an abuse of power despite the fact that Americans later learned that Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings in Communist China and Ukraine were the subject of a criminal investigation.
Republicans argue Biden’s call with President Ghani represented a high crime and misdemeanor because Biden’s lies about that call resulted in dead American soldiers and U.S. citizens stranded behind enemy lines.
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