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‘Textbook Gaslighting’: Biden Describes Afghanistan Withdrawal as an ‘Extraordinary Success’

‘Textbook Gaslighting’: Biden Describes Afghanistan Withdrawal as an ‘Extraordinary Success’

Our president is delusional. He also once again turns his back on the press and the American people.

Oh. My. Goodness. My friend Chris Barron described President Joe Biden’s speech the best way:

Textbook gaslighting. Biden described the Afghanistan withdrawal as an “extraordinary success.” We were 100% ready for anything!

However, anything bad that happened, was not Biden’s fault. He blamed everything on the Afghan army, the Afghan government, and former President Donald Trump.

It gets better. Those Americans stranded in Afghanistan? It’s their fault because they were warned so many times since April.

You know, despite Biden constantly reassuring us that the Taliban could not take over and the Afghan government and army were super duper strong.

Oh, Biden also promised not to leave any American behind.

Biden and his minions cannot stop trying to convince us that our main problem with him is ending the Afghanistan war.

No matter what we do or say he will never accept the fact that we all wanted to end the war but hate how he messed up so bad.

Biden will always bring up his dead son Beau. He died of brain cancer. He did not die while serving in Iraq.

Biden propped up the Taliban like they’re a reformed terrorist group. Let’s listen to someone who is in Afghanistan.


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American Human | August 31, 2021 at 2:53 pm

I’m sure he’ll tell us that white supremacists are the real culprit and that to keep our country safe, he is unleashing the DoJ to track them all down and, oh yeah, good job on that Afghanistan thingy.

They’ve been pushing the envelope. Sooner or later Biden is going to have a total meltdown. I hope it’s today.

Why even bother listening? We all know that the pedophile-in-chief is incapable of speaking truth.

    UserP in reply to Ironclaw. | August 31, 2021 at 3:23 pm

    “Why even bother listening?”

    You have asked a question without an answer.

      The Friendly Grizzly in reply to UserP. | August 31, 2021 at 4:50 pm

      Something got started in Germany around the time even the German people were getting fed up.

      That thing was a new energy measurement, and it was called the Goer, in honor of Hermann Goering.

      One Goer represented the energy expended when Germans simultaneously reached for the “off” switch on their radios when Goebbels came on for another speech.

      Move up to the 21st century, and maybe one Beau is a measurement of the energy of America reaching for the remote when Josef Stolen comes on the air.

“offer thanks to the veterans volunteers who supported this effort.”

They didn’t support the effort. They did on their own what you were supposed to do Joe, get out allies out before the Taliban found them. He’ll of course take partial credit for this, probably flew the airplane to get them in and out of the country.

Of course there can be no question and answer period afterward unless it’s a pretend one like a poorly rehearsed 2nd grade play that would be so phony and so fake it would make a three dollar bill look good.

MynameisallthatIhave | August 31, 2021 at 3:46 pm

“Over the horizon” so we can kill innocent civilians and kill those that weren’t a part of the bombing
#KabulJoe strikes again

You knew he had to blame Trump at least once

This guy is tots great at surrendering. Is he part French?

MynameisallthatIhave | August 31, 2021 at 3:53 pm

#dementiaJoe shouting for no reason
Also brings up Beau for no reason other than he brings it up all the time, at inappropriate times

    Lucifer Morningstar in reply to MynameisallthatIhave. | August 31, 2021 at 4:05 pm

    I wonder if Joe really understands that Beau is actually and really dead and that constantly bringing him up in random conversations is viewed by many to be rather ghoulish and creepy on his part.

      Not to mention that the constant mentions of Beau are alienating a large number of people who might otherwise be sympathetic. Beau’s death was traumatic for Biden and his family, but it was just a minor news story for the rest of us, and we really don’t want it rubbed in our faces all the time.

        buck61 in reply to zennyfan. | August 31, 2021 at 4:56 pm

        Joe is the guy that goes on the rubber chicken banquet circuit and only has one story to tell. After you have heard it enough times it loses its effectiveness and Biden is too far gone to have a bank of stories to draw from, Every time he tries a different one, like Corn Pop, it fails badly.

        The Friendly Grizzly in reply to zennyfan. | August 31, 2021 at 5:11 pm

        Like, none of the rest of us have lost children or other loved ones in a nasty way.

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to MynameisallthatIhave. | August 31, 2021 at 4:52 pm

    Beau Jest.

    I think his constant interjection of Beau is his way to make it all about himself. The more senile one is, the more everything is ME ME ME.

Lucifer Morningstar | August 31, 2021 at 3:56 pm

. . . who executed a dangerous mission in Kabul and airlifted more than 124,000 people Afghan nationals and terrorists to safety.

Fixed that for you since very few of those “airlifted” out of Afghanistan were in fact, U.S. Citizens.

Left the trained dogs,it’s disgusting the pictures of them in cages

Half those planes were empty
The fucker

Lucifer Morningstar | August 31, 2021 at 4:01 pm

Well, that was a total waste of time. Biden managed to simply parrot the talking points that were flooding the democrat social media propaganda accounts and the democrat propaganda outlets (aka mainstream media) for the last week.

he did it again, brought up his late son. despicable.

he also blamed President Trump again,, coward.

I am tempted to allude to a “turbulent priest.” Sorely tempted.

The Friendly Grizzly | August 31, 2021 at 4:34 pm

He really is a swine…

No mention of the service members wounded in the Kabul attack. How many Marines were injured? Where they are they now? How are they’re doing? Has anyone in his administration visited them? Has he talked to their families? Is he thankful for their sacrifice? Or has he forgotten about them already?

    UserP in reply to UserP. | September 1, 2021 at 12:44 am

    All 20 U.S. service members who were injured in the terrorist attack last week in Afghanistan and later were treated in Germany have returned to the United States for further care, military officials said Tuesday.

    Of the 20 injured, many were in critical condition with a range of shrapnel and gunshot wounds.

Betting time, deal LI readers! Which Franz von Papen Republican will be the first to say that we should not criticize Biden* for the Afghanistan debacle, but instead “come together to heal the nation” (or other such self-serving twaddle).

My money is on Liz Cheney, but what say ye?

I am betting on Romney.

God I-voted for Romney

A condition that is outside of or beyond normal. It is indeed. A transition (i.e. state or process of divergence) in progress (i.e. unqualified monotonic change). An unforced error. An insightful observation.

Everything in this post and in the comments is true (or mostly true).

But it just doesn’t matter. The media created the Biden presidency and will never admit that their choice for president is as flawed and ineffectual as it can be.

Biden supporters are exalting in our disengagement from Afghanistan. They buy in 100% to Sleepy Joe’s narrative that it was done perfectly and, if there were any snafus, it’s not my fault.

Modern journalism is all about deciding which facts the public shouldn’t know because they might reflect badly on Democrats. (Jim Treacher, 18-AUG-2015)

    “But it just doesn’t matter.”

    It does. This is the beginning of the end. What it ends exactly is to be seen. But either the end of our nation or the end of the left: pick one.

    AnAdultInDiapers in reply to tiger66. | September 1, 2021 at 4:29 pm

    I’m not sure about that. I think there are a lot of anti-Trump voters that are coming to terms with the discrepancy between the media portrayal of Trump and the reality of Biden.

Comanche Voter | August 31, 2021 at 6:04 pm

I dunno—I see this senile bozo’s face on T V and I automatically tune out.

Ann Coulter actually just twitted this?

Bytch needs a full meal

“It was a magnificent speech for anyone not blinded by partisan politics or obsessed with sending Americans to die in forever wars all over the world”.

    jb4 in reply to gonzotx. | August 31, 2021 at 8:30 pm

    Almost no Americans died in the last several years in Afghanistan – but plenty of Afghan soldiers – creating a stalemate that prevented the corrupt, dangerous, terrorist haven, narco-state we will now have, with trillions of minerals, including lithium, needed for electric car batteries, now going to the Chinese. Compare this with roughly 300,000 troops in Europe, 50,000 in Japan and 30,000 in Korea, very many decades after those wars. Then we could talk about the future for the nearly 20 million females in Afghanistan. IMO Biden reversed every good decision Trump ever made and kept the one bad one.

    n.n in reply to gonzotx. | August 31, 2021 at 8:33 pm

    Forever wars? Korea, Japan, Germany, Iraq? A straw clown. Anyone, everyone expected a conditional handover to the Afghani government, and not a repeat of Obama 1.0 a.k.a. Iraq War 2.0 or the [transnational] war without borders/world war that forced [catastrophic] [anthropogenic] immigration reform with “benefits”. No blood for Green, Black, or Gray.

No, the left isn’t a cult….

Calling all hollywood idiots!!!!!

    Complete with witch hunts and warlock trials, conflation of logical domains, and human sacrifice for social progress and other causes.

      You forgot the child molestation.

      Arminius in reply to n.n. | September 1, 2021 at 11:58 pm

      Army guys, a little help. I was restricted line in the Navy. I couldn’t have command at sea. Ashore, cool what’s that, combat service command, Army types?

      Still I was a line officer and I know this. This was no blunder. This was enemy action.

      Now, what I’m gonna do is put my angels to bed. Kiss them good night. Wait for morning. Knowing full well that when the sun comes up you can see the sharks.

      One of my angels is Namibian. The Skeleton Coast. Some shores it’s best to avoid. Take your chances in your life boat. Something to think about

I heard a quipster mocking Biden’s self-congratulation by likening it to the sinking of the Titanic where Cunard issues a statement raving about the greatest lifeboat rescue ever.

    Capt Biden, the first one off the sinking ship, pushing women and children aside as he climbed into a lifeboat screaming at the passengers that it was all Trump’s fault that he ran into an iceburg.

Anacleto Mitraglia | September 1, 2021 at 4:35 am

He reminds me of Admiral Persano. The supreme commander of Italian fleet during the third Independence war, he suffered a devastating defeat from the Austrians at Lissa (present-day Dalmatia). When he sailed back to Italy, he signaled he was victorious, asking for celebrations.
So where’s your flagship, he was asked? At the bottom of the sea, along with many sister warships.
Destituted with dishonor, and at the time he was also a Senator of the Kingdom. Booted from the Senate too.

    Anacleto Mitraglia in reply to Anacleto Mitraglia. | September 1, 2021 at 4:45 am

    (I say the Austrians, but the sailors of Austrian navy were Venetians and Triestini: at the time Venice and Trieste were part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire).

Trump denied losing an election. Biden has trumped that one in spades.