‘He has blood on his hands!’ Joe Biden has being urged to resign immediately in the wake of the Afghan debacle.


‘He has blood on his hands!’ Joe Biden has being urged to resign immediately in the wake of the Afghan debacle.

JOE BIDEN has been under fire from throughout the world for America’s clumsy military withdrawal from Afghanistan, and users of this website think it’s time for him to step aside.

Since Thursday’s terror attack at Kabul airport, which killed at least 170 Afghans and 13 US soldiers, calls for Vice President Joe Biden to resign have become louder. Republicans condemned Mr. Biden on social media just hours after the ISIS-K suicide bombing.

“To say that today’s loss of American life in Kabul is horrible does not begin to do credit to what has happened,” Missouri Senator Josh Hawley stated. It’s infuriating. Joe Biden is the one who is to blame.

“It is now apparent that he lacks both the capacity and the desire to lead. He has no choice except to resign.”

According to a recent poll of 4,406 people conducted from 11 a.m. on August 30 to 2 p.m. on September 1, 93 percent of Americans believe Mr. Biden should resign.

“He has so much blood and damage on his hands, it’s genocide!” one reader exclaimed.

“Sure, America and other countries had to depart, but there had to be a deliberate, measured, and staged withdrawal from Afghanistan and its people.

“Then none of those unfortunate marines would be in a worse state than they were when this dreadful conflict began!”

“Clearly, he has no idea what planet he is on, let alone trying to manage ‘the greatest country on the globe’? Disgraceful, disgraceful, disgraceful!

“America makes me sick, disgusts me, and makes me sad for all the people who have died and will die!”

“He is a great embarrassment for the United States,” another voter, Claire Marie, agreed.

“What a predicament for the so-called ‘free world leader.’”

Only 6% (278) of voters thought Mr. Biden should not resign because he had no choice but to withdraw troops from Afghanistan.

In February 2020, the Trump administration reached an agreement with the Taliban under which the US would remove all of its personnel and free 5,000 Taliban prisoners in exchange for the Taliban breaking its connections with al-Qaeda and ceasing attacks on US forces.

Experts warned Mr. Trump before President Biden took office that the Taliban had not stopped attacking or severed ties with al-Qaeda, which exploited Afghanistan as a safe haven to plan 9/11.

During the “Brinkwire Summary News” segment.


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