“President in Sniff” Threatens Taliban: I’ll Huff, and I’ll Puff and I’ll Sniff You Down Unless You Let My Gay Defenders Run Away!!
Posted By: GeorgeEaton
Date: Saturday, 14-Aug-2021 23:19:11
|Report from Occupied America|
Our dear leader, the Sniff in Chief has decided after Kabul has fallen to NOW send in his gay defenders to protect the remaining USSA communist troops and diplomats after a humiliating surrender of that country. Well done sir!
What was your first clue it was time to turn tail and run, err, I mean peacefully evacuate? In a few short months after the fake election and overthrow of this great Republic, we are now seeing the results of these socialist and communist policies. Now our well trained, honorable troops are the defenders of transgender, gays and illegal alien invaders and death cult vaccinators to create a New World Order of Antifa and BLM communists.
Do you hear the sound of laughter? That is the rest of the world laughing themselves into a drunken stupor over your incompetence and watching the downfall of America. Enjoy it while you can because your house of cards is starting to crumble, and just as fast as the Taliban took over Afghanistan, your power will collapse as well – as you demand more people get the death shot with an experimental, ineffective, non-vaccine, and a 3rd and a 4th.
Sometimes there is no end to stupidity and foolishness. Some kings go mad and must be carried away and placed in a padded room as a new form of retirement. I say, this nation must return to its government of the people under a proven Constitution – or flee to the mountains as the communist take over even further. Choose wisely. Are you in or are you out? George Eaton Biden orders INCREASE in US presence in Afghanistan as he threatens Taliban with ‘strong’ military response if interests attacked
President Joe Biden has increased the number of US troops heading to Afghanistan to 5,000 and has warned the Taliban of a “swift and strong” response if American interests are attacked during the ongoing US withdrawal.
In a statement released by the White House on Saturday afternoon, Biden revealed that he had ordered approximately 5,000 US troops into Afghanistan to ensure an “orderly and safe drawdown of US personnel.” Several days earlier his administration committed around 3,000 troops for this purpose, as the State Department cut back on staffing at the US Embassy in Kabul and urged all Americans in the war-torn country to leave immediately. Bring them all home, Mr. President. The US has failed in Afghanistan, the least we can do is get Americans out safely
Biden also stated that he warned Taliban leaders attending peace talks in Qatar that any action “that puts US personnel or our mission at risk there, will be met with a swift and strong US military response.” As Biden issued that warning, Taliban militants closed in on Kabul after a whirlwind advance in recent days. Steamrolling the US-funded Afghan National Army, the Taliban seized around two thirds of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces and their capitals, and now sit roughly 10 kilometers (six miles) from Kabul. (Update: the Taliban has now taken the city as 5,000 of our troops are surrounded and trapped at the airport compound.) Inside the capital, US-backed President Ashraf Ghani has still refused to surrender to the Islamist militants, even as troops and warlords loyal to him have fallen in multiple cities in recent days. (update, he surrendered) In his statement, Biden said that he had instructed Secretary of State Tony Blinken to “support” Ghani in a bid to “prevent further bloodshed and pursue a political settlement,” though it is unclear what, other than encouraging a surrender, this support will entail, with Taliban forces closing in… Even cynical analysts were shocked in recent days by the speed at which the Afghan military – funded to the tune of $88 billion by the US – collapsed, and pro-war pundits condemned Biden for leaving the Afghans to their own devices against the Taliban. However, Biden brushed off these concerns in his statement, writing: “One more year, or five more years, of US military presence would not have made a difference if the Afghan military cannot or will not hold its own country.”