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NSA Sullivan: Biden Hasn’t Spoken to World Leaders, Taliban has ‘a Fair Amount of’ Our Weapons

NSA Sullivan: Biden Hasn’t Spoken to World Leaders, Taliban has ‘a Fair Amount of’ Our Weapons

By the way, Sullivan refused to answer a question about getting all Americans back safe and sound.

President Joe Biden gave an awful speech yesterday. I guess National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan wanted to outdo him.

Sullivan confirmed Biden has not spoken to any world leaders.

But Sullivan swore Biden is working non-stop!

Biden takes responsibility, BUT TRUMP! No mention that Biden had over seven months to prepare a withdrawal.

By the way, the Taliban took a lot of our weapons.

Sullivan would not answer a question about getting all Americans back safe and sound. He also criticized those who stayed as the country unraveled.

Sullivan used all the talking points!

Sullivan promised the women and girls, who the Taliban hates so much, we will look out for them. I say BS.

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Colonel Travis | August 17, 2021 at 3:09 pm

To paraphrase a hideous first lady: For the first time in my adult life, I am really ashamed of my country because it feels like hope is doomed.

This is coming from a glass-half-full kinda guy! Everyone in charge of everything significant is a woke idiot. Not sure how we fix America. Feel free to talk me off the ledge.

    I need to see your comments here, Colonel… stand back, please.

    My thought is that there isn’t any world leader that would waste a minute talking to Biteme.

      Colonel Travis in reply to amwick. | August 17, 2021 at 3:55 pm

      Just got back from a wonderful trip to Arizona, I live in Texas but the further you get from Washington DC the better. It’s so nice to hang out with the scenery and not pay attention to idiots. I had no idea we exited Afghanistan until yesterday.

      Brave Sir Robbin in reply to amwick. | August 17, 2021 at 5:12 pm

      The reports that Biden has not called any world leaders since Kaul fell is simply wrong. I have the transcripts!

      TELEPHONE CALL POTUS BIDEN TO UKPM BORIS JOHNSON
      Biden: “Do you have Prince Albert in a can?
      Johnson: “What? we do not have a Prince Albert.
      Biden: “What – err (Muffled – “You said he would say he does. Now what?”
      Unknown person (female): “Stick to the script. Just tell him “Well, you’d better let him out!”
      Biden: “Err., OK – Um, yeah, well, C’mon man! You’d better let him out!”
      END OF TRANSCRIPT

      TELEPHONE CALL POTUS BIDEN TO GER CHANCELOR MERKLE
      Biden: What’s up hot stuff? Can I, you know, sniff it?
      Merkle: “Yeah you can sniff it. Close your eyes and sniff softly.
      Biden: “Oh, I can smell it. I can smell it.”
      Merkle: Sniff harder.
      Biden: Yes, ooh, Yes! (Sniffing noises)
      Merkle: Faster! Harder!
      Biden: (Sniffing noises) Oh, oh, yes, it’s, it’s Head and Shoulders anti Dandruff – YES! Oh, I love that smell on you!
      Merkle: YES! YES! Sniff faster! Harder! Harder!
      (Sound of phone falling – something else falling on floor)
      Unknown Person (Female): “He’s hyperventilated again. Help me get him up and off to bed.”
      END OF TRANSCRIPT

      TELEPHONE CALL POTUS BIDEN TO POPE FRANCIS
      Biden: “So, what are you wearing?”
      Pope Francis: “My robe and a pointy hat.”
      Biden: “Oh, I have one of those, too. I didn’t know you were one of us?”
      Pope Francis: “What?”
      Biden: “So, are you like a Grand Wizard, too?”
      Pope Francis: “What? No. I’m the Pope!”
      Biden: Oh, right, ok. So, err, what are you wearing under your robes? ”
      Pope Francis: “What?”
      Biden: “Want to know what I’m wearing under by robes? Nothing. Want to come over and rub the hair on my legs?
      Pope Francis: “Oh, uh… OK, I’ll come right over. But we will need to repent afterwards.”
      Biden: “Sure thing. See you in a bit.”
      END OF TRANSCRIPT

      TELEPHONE CALL POTUS BIDEN TO PRESPRC XI JINPING
      Biden: “Master, I have done as you have commanded. I have given Afghanistan over to the barbarians and sown chaos and discord among the nations.”
      Xi: Fool! Your work is not complete! Are you incapable of obeying my commands?
      Biden: “Master, I am your faithful servant. I shall destroy America!”
      Xi: “Silly Melon! If your strength is small, don’t carry heavy burdens. If your words are worthless, don’t give advice.”
      Biden: “Yes, master. I understand!”
      Xi: You understand nothing! Elephant tusks cannot grow out of a dog’s mouth!”
      Biden: “Yes, master.”
      Xi: “Well water is not an enemy of spring water!
      Biden: “Yes, master, I will try harder.
      END OF TRANSCRIPT

      henrybowman in reply to amwick. | August 17, 2021 at 6:34 pm

      Why would they? Thy could have a more productive conversation with Math Class Barbie.

    dunce1239 in reply to Colonel Travis. | August 18, 2021 at 12:08 am

    It is a mistake to give the military commanders a pass on this. They should have had a bug out plan and not waited on any political so called leaders. They are supposed to be professionals and ready for anything. when i was in the service we had regular ORI tests (operational readiness inspections).

I don’t see a lot of change in my neighborhood yet, but I don’t live in TX and I don’t watch the news.

I spend more time preparing to drive 30 miles to a Detroit Tigers game than Joe Biden did preparing to leave Afghanistan.

2smartforlibs | August 17, 2021 at 3:40 pm

How could you not see this coming?? Only someone with a terminal case of Dunning Kruger would have missed this.

    NYBruin in reply to 2smartforlibs. | August 17, 2021 at 6:58 pm

    Biden was expecting endless praise for ending America’s longest war (TM) and bringing the boys home.

    Yet another miscalculation. He needs to retain George Costanza as a key adviser and simply do the opposite

      PODKen in reply to NYBruin. | August 17, 2021 at 8:59 pm

      Not a miscalculation … stupidity and out of touch with reality … piss poor advisors as well. Any man on the street .with any common sense could predict the pull out would be a CF. Washington doesn’t even begin to meet the minimal standard of common sense and realistic thinking.

      Biden has to go.
      Biden’s advisors have to go.

        RG37205 in reply to PODKen. | August 18, 2021 at 12:01 am

        Yeah, but then we’re stuck with the incompetent cackling harridan from California. (Yes, I know, that describes both Kamala and San Fran Nan)

The terrorists within, including Biden. We were shocked at what Trump exposed, but what Biden is exposing – about himself and his inner circle – is horrifying. Obama was the first Manchurian candidate, but Biden is hiding nothing. The treason is right in our faces. The fascism is right in our faces. The corruption is right in our faces. The propaganda is right in our faces.

We cannot wait 18.months to.another rigged election.

Secession is our only hope.

“We will attempt to use every measure of tool and influence we have, . . . ”

And we expect to get a trophy for “attempting,” however we decide to define that word.

The Friendly Grizzly | August 17, 2021 at 4:21 pm

I’m sure the manufacturers of the more complex systems left behind have field sales personnel on the way with service and repair contracts ready to sign.

    If they don’t have enough power to run the equipment they can plug into Iran’s power grid. Iran has enough nuclear reactors to power every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse in the middle east.

    Another Voice in reply to The Friendly Grizzly. | August 17, 2021 at 6:29 pm

    Those contractors are not actual going to leave. They may temporarily relocate to Qatar or such but will be available to move back their employees being housed in places like Dubai as soon as they can ink a new contract. All being paid for by US taxpayers to comply with performance clauses when contracts are cancelled to no fault of their own.

The answer is they are unlikely to conduct widespread missions across Afghanistan to retrieve folks.

SeiteiSouther | August 17, 2021 at 4:37 pm

Maybe the Taliban will be convinced with Tweets, ala Boko Haram

#DestroyOurOrdinance

God, what a complete fuster cluck. Unbelievable.

Biden hasn’t spoken to world leaders

Joe hasn’t talked to world leaders because Alzheimers patients have difficulty talking on the phone. Kamala was told when she accepted the VP slot that that would be her job. Joe needs several days of preparation and a teleprompter to talk for a couple of minutes during a one way conversation. Two way conversations are extremely difficult even with pre-arranged questions.

    Another Voice in reply to UserP. | August 17, 2021 at 6:36 pm

    It does explain the only picture taken at Camp David of Biden’s head holding and the screen of 5/6 open screens and no less than 10 people he was s “conferring” with. One made to show his leadership? Q: How many other decisions has Joe made under duress?

The Friendly Grizzly | August 17, 2021 at 4:57 pm

Has Pat Buchanan blamed the Jews yet?

How many were actually our ordnance, and how many were what we sold to the Afghans for their army? It’s not all our fault in this.

OK, it is the fault of all the progressive Ivy Leaguers on both sieds of the aisle who think you can have elections and let women learn to read, and POOF! you’ve got Western Civilization! But the Afghan army and political leadership bears a lot of the blame, too.

Well, gee when you have an oligarchy running the Presidency through a glorified muppet, I imagine you can work in shifts around the clock to really ramp up the production of ineptitude!

They will support all of those women and girls by providing free abortions and sex change operations at US taxpayer expense. Way to go, proggies!

SIGNAL YOUR VIRTUE — RESIGN NOW

INCOMPETENT BUFFOONS.

Another Voice | August 17, 2021 at 6:13 pm

Biden called the shots and the Military took his orders with no foresight or recommendations from those on the ground.

Air Force Magazine / July 2, 2021

“As American forces vacated Bagram, so, too, did close air support to the Afghan Armed Forces fighting the Taliban. In recent weeks, security experts say the loss of U.S. air support has allowed the Taliban to make advances across the country. In his visit to Washington, D.C., on June 25, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani implored American leaders for continued close air support through the summer fighting season into September, Waltz said.

“It was critical to Afghan security forces because that’s where the majority of our close air support came from,” said Waltz, who had dinner with Ghani during his visit to the capital.

“The bottom line from the president of Afghanistan was that air power was key to stem the Taliban advances,” he added. “The Taliban are out in the open now, and he was confident their momentum could be stopped with continued air power.”

In advance of the withdrawal, Austin ordered B-52s to deploy to Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, and the aircraft carrier USS Eisenhower offshore to provide air support for U.S. troops and allies as they exited the country. Pentagon spokesman John F. Kirby confirmed July 2 that with the closure of Bagram “strike capabilities … are no longer in Afghanistan,” though “some aviation elements” remain in Kabul.”

Now having to send them back in with less support and resources available as what was in Bagram, our personnel are closed in at Kabul where there is limiting resources and much confusion. with what is described by commanders at that time as “some aviation elements which remain”.

    Biden also pulled the contractors that service the Afghan air force. He effectively grounded them while they were scrambling and trying to set up zoom calls with the USA to perform basic maintenance.

      CommoChief in reply to Sanddog. | August 18, 2021 at 2:00 pm

      True but too simplistic. That’s the sort of BS the DoD, Intel and State dept are going to be slinging to attempt to cover their own failures and deceptions.

      The true question is why the DoD after two decades hadn’t created a training pipeline for Afghan aircraft maintenance personnel so that they could maintain their own aircraft.

        Brave Sir Robbin in reply to CommoChief. | August 18, 2021 at 11:41 pm

        Because US contractors have better lobbyists than the Afghan air force and vote in greater percentages in US elections than Afghan airmen and pilots?

          CommoChief in reply to Brave Sir Robbin. | August 19, 2021 at 9:05 am

          Exactly. It was a deliberate choice to make the Afghans dependent v independent. To use the consequences of this choice as a club to bash Biden, especially when those wielding the club were the folks who made the decision is pure deflection in a desperate attempt to muddy the water and avoid blame.

Another Voice | August 17, 2021 at 6:17 pm

Clarification: “send them back”..As in the military of 5000 he pulled out to only to execute the same in Kabul what he could have been done at Bagram from July to Sept.

SEND OUR WOKE ON MISSION TO AFHANISTAN

Maybe they can use their propaganda (only thing their good at) to get all the Taliban to make the transition to female. Then they will stop discriminating against women and all is good. All the anti-testosterone hormones might also make them less interested in fighting. / killing.

It’s a win – win.

The trans community will love it. The more people they can convince to go trans – the more legitimate they can claim to be.

I mean, we already flew the LGBTQ flag over the embassy for “price” month. I think the Afghanis now know who’s really in charge of America. HRC. (no, not Hillary Rodham Clinton – its the Human Rights Campaign – and Soros’ OSF = Open Society Foundation.

The American gov. does not care about it’s citizens living over seas. We can expect no help if we end up trapped in a war situation or a disaster. Illegals get the royal treatment and we get the shaft. It was very different under the Trump admin. He sent special flights to bring American citizens home if you wanted during the pandemic. This is written by a retired American living in country in the shadow of communist China.

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