Biden blasted for brag about leaving ‘no one behind’: ‘Except in Afghanistan, Niger, Gaza…’

As the November elections draw nearer, the astounding lies from President Joe Biden are getting bigger, bolder, and more offensive to Americans who know better.

On Thursday, the president posted on X a photo of himself in his “Dark Brandon” aviators, grinning ear to ear in front of the American flag.

“On my watch, when we make promises, we keep them,” the caption read. “And we leave no one behind.”

“Except in Afghanistan, Niger, and Gaza,” replied one user. “You left Americans behind and didn’t do sh*t to bring them back.”

The declaration came less than 24 hours after the supposedly loyal president proclaimed he would unilaterally withhold Congressionally approved military aid to Israel if the Jewish state proceeded with plans to invade Rafah.

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“What timing,” political commentator Guy Benson said of Biden’s post.

International Human Rights attorney Arsen Ostrovsky reminded Biden of the American hostages being held by terrorists in the wartorn region.

House members were also quick to call the president out:

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) noted that Biden is leaving Americans behind in Africa “RIGHT NOW!”

It’s a situation about which President Biden has been silent.

“Joe Biden is putting American service members in harm’s way to construct a pier in Gaza,” Gaetz wrote in a separate post. “He is neglecting 1,100 troops who are functionally being held hostage in Niger. He botched the withdrawal from Afghanistan.

And then there’s the case of Tigran Gambaryan.

“American citizen and former US federal agent Tigran Gambaryan is being held hostage in Nigeria as the Biden Administration is nowhere to be seen,” reported Colin Rugg on X. “Gambaryan, a Binance executive, was lured to Nigeria for a business meeting.”

“To invite a company’s mid-level employees for collaborative policy meetings, only to detain them, has set a dangerous new precedent for all companies worldwide,” Binance CEO Richard Teng said in a statement, according to Reuters. “Gambaryan was being held in Nigeria for more than two months ‘for spurious reasons,’ Teng said.”

Nigerian officials “are now trying to extort Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange, of $150M+ for his release or else they will transfer him to a prison known to hold terrorists,” Rugg reports. “Gambaryan has been in Nigerian custody for over 70 days yet the Biden administration has yet to say a word.”

Melissa Fine


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