What we have seen boils down to this: there were likely many scenarios, which could have played out in the Afghanistan and the pullout. All kinds of possibilities. (though they have severely, conveniently narrowed in recent weeks.) But of all possibilities, it is as if Joe picked the one with the very worst outcome and said, “let’s do this one.” And no one could begrudge Biden of his choice. Okay, that is the only thing that makes sense to me.
And why he did it, this way with all its consequences, could be a whole other matter.
We could all debate the origination of the war in Afghanistan and the strategy, too. All a fruitless exercise now. But the one thing we always knew was that Democrats and their rabid base of commie lovers never wanted to be in Afghanistan anyway.
But then to plug in this set of events, which were solely of Biden’s making, would be like vacating the world of cause and effect and taking up residence somewhere on the moon, far removed from and oblivious to it all.
Motives maybe don’t even matter as much as the liability of their consecutive decisions. It’s like Joe was told of all the possibilities, but he did it anyway. So we now left the comfort of coincidence and entered the ugly land of malicious intent, once again. It appears to be a pattern of all these created crises, self-fulfilled as they are. But now there is no patina of mistaken error about it and no question that he chose this route. Malicious intent.
I can think of no less than 3 books on the topic of Afghanistan and war still to be written because they are not finished screwing it up yet . But the results of those won’t matter because results and consequences are no longer relevant.
In an interview with George Stephanopoulos, Biden declared their plan was undetermined by and irregardless of any real conditions on the ground. The more their plan unfolded the more they had to ignore those consequences. That is exactly opposite what Trump had in mind and planned. To ignore conditions is pure stupidity. Then we are back to why?
Chair of Joint Chiefs, General Mark Milley said this is not the time for after action reports. No? It seems like exactly the right time for it, if it is to have any affect on correcting the problems. And accountability starts with marching his arrogant fat ass out and Secretary Lloyd Austin behind him, with Sullivan and Blinken bringing up the rear. That is just for starters. Don’t even try to call that white rage!
According to retired General McGregor, the justified firing of the top tier presents the other problem: a line of replacements like them are waiting in the wings to take over. Could we do any worse than this bunch?
But what is accountability anyway if it is not frequently exercised? I can think of no better case and time for it than now. They have already disgraced themselves and the country they are sworn to protect. Was it for political reasons? Was it for self-interested reasons? We may never know in full. Right now, though, they all stand more as a liability than an asset to this country – no matter what their experience has been. In fact, in spite of their vast experiences, if they could do this, then they really do need to go. It’s obvious.
You see, everything now, in any logical sense, points south in conduct and motive. We don’t even need a complete after-action report, or some study. Accountability has to happen immediately. Do you think if these were Chinese or Russian military officials there would be any wait and investigate? These people had our military on stand down to purge political opposition. Instead of standing down, they needed to be standing up to the critical mission in front of them — not criticizing former presidents or those who supported him.
Joe also said that it was always going to be chaotic, no matter when this took place. Well, Joe, did you make any attempt to make it less chaotic or less treasonous? No, once again, Joe Biden had to pick the worst time and worst of possible options to do this. Mistake? I don’t think so.
And then he made an 85 billion dollar gift to the Taliban for a house-warming present. His excuses are even worse than what he did. He telegraphed what he was going to do, ruled out the relevance of any conditions, then is surprised by the outcome? Nope. Actually, if you listen to Joe that much is right, he is not surprised. He has no regrets.
I’m to the point of believing – never mind Biden’s failing state – that this was all the outcome or result Biden and at least some of the top tier wanted. Did they think it would all be blamed on Trump? Did they do it as a gift to China and our enemies? The latter sounds as logical as the former.
Apply logic and reasoning and other possibilities evaporate like a mud puddle. Disgraced.
Almost as if Joe wants to make damn sure we cannot put America, or our people, first whether they are citizens or military. Biden Inc. just wrote another chapter. Joe is immoral to his core. He’s not just a miserable screw up or cognitive mess of incompetence, he’s a traitor. It’s clear. He may be in decline but hasn’t forgotten how to deceive his country.
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