Biden Says He’s “Willing To Lose His Presidency”

There was a wonderful plan in the works for the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan by President Trump and good ole Uncle Joe botched that up royally. Seriously, all Biden had to do was follow the step-by-step directions that Trump had laid out and things would have gone so much smoother than what we all witnessed.

13 U.S. service members lost their lives to Biden’s reckless decision.

Initially, Biden promised to leave no American behind.

Time has proved that to be yet another lie from Biden.

The Biden Administration also told us 100-200 Americans were stranded in Afghanistan as of August.

According to the State Department’s newest press release, America has directly assisted 479 American citizens and 450 lawful permanent residents to depart Afghanistan since August.

As any good sociopath would do, Biden still stands by his Afghanistan withdrawal.

In an interview on Monday, Biden said he’s “willing to lose” his presidency over sticking with his botched Afghanistan withdrawal.

He furthers his support of the withdrawal by stating that the U.S. lives lost were inevitable.

Biden stumbled his way through another lie by claiming no one advised him how to withdraw the troops safely.

The following statement from Biden indeed calls into question his mental status:

Everybody says, ‘you could’ve gotten out without anybody being hurt.’ No ones come up with a way to indicate to me how that happens.

How can one so casually dismiss lives lost?

Is Biden senile or evil?

You can watch the full clip on Rumble below:

Another lie from Biden was when he falsely claimed he was always against the war in Afghanistan.

Fox News has more:

If there’s American citizens left, we’re going to stay to get them all out,” Biden told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos on Aug. 16. Just 15 days later, Biden marked the end of the Afghanistan War with a speech in which he admitted that 100 to 200 Americans remained in Afghanistan, with some intention to leave.

“[W]e believe that about 100 to 200 Americans remain in Afghanistan with some intention to leave,” President Biden said on Aug. 31. “Most of those who remain are dual citizens, long-time residents who had earlier decided to stay because of their family roots in Afghanistan.”

The State Department said it is “in touch” with the remaining U.S. citizens who want to leave Afghanistan, are prepared to depart, and have the necessary travel documents.

“As Secretary [Anthony] Blinken has said, there is no deadline for this work,” the State Department said in a statement, reaffirming its pledge to help relocate Afghan allies who helped the U.S. during the war.

The State Department said it is continuing to relocate more than 2,200 Afghan allies who worked with the U.S. as well as their families. Many of them are special immigrant visa (SIV) holders or applicants.

The Biden administration is providing funding to support resettlement for up to 95,000 individuals relocated from Afghanistan and entering the U.S. through Operation Allies Welcome through the current fiscal year.

While Biden is willing to stand by his disastrous decision, this is how Americans genuinely feel:

Here is what President Trump thinks:


Sassy Liberty

Sassy Liberty is a political writer for the better part of a decade. She has been vocal for years on social media concerning the communist agenda that has infiltrated our country. She is an advocate for medical freedom, homeschooling, and defunding the woke culture. Do you want to stop the war on kids and defund the commie agenda?

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