The Biden administration’s surrender of Afghanistan to the terrorist Taliban has been described by some as the greatest foreign policy disaster that the United States of America has suffered since the end of the Vietnam War and the enduring humiliation of that defeat continues with the Islamic extremist group that now controls the country releasing pictures of some of the billions of dollars worth of high-tech military equipment that was gifted to them when President Joe Biden cut and ran.
While Biden has since moved on to other overseas debacles with the ongoing situation in Ukraine, a border conflict between two neighboring counties with a history of ethnic hatred for each other that has been prolonged by the shoveling of billions of dollars in military and other aid into a bloody quagmire that could escalate into a full-blown war with nuclear powerhouse Russia and a global apocalypse, the tyrannical new Afghani rulers couldn’t help from rubbing America’s nose into a still-steaming pile of the regime’s past mistakes.
Even though the now-departed former White House of staff Ron Klain touted his former boss’s handover of Afghanistan to the human rights-abusing savages as a “tremendous humanitarian achievement,” the truth is that the throwback religious fanatics have brutally cracked down since their hostile takeover in August 2021, especially when it comes to women who are treated little better than animals under the Islamic law that has been imposed on the country since the last U.S. troops departed.
Images of the equipment, part of the reported $7 billion in abandoned U.S. taxpayer property, were released by the Taliban and are drawing attention on social media.
The Taliban have released new pictures of some of the military equipment left behind in Afghanistan by the U.S. Army. pic.twitter.com/N4ri379AzD
— Visegrád 24 (@visegrad24) March 25, 2023
The Taliban released photos of American equipment left over from the US withdrawal in August 2021. pic.twitter.com/CvgzRlwK6W
— Dani Alvarez-Schottler (@DaniASchottler) March 25, 2023
Taliban shows hundreds of pieces of military equipment abandoned by Coalition forces as they withdrew from Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/baJWeJlk7t
— Clash Report (@clashreport) March 24, 2023
Twitter users reacted to the shocking images of Biden’s big giveaway.
Remember how Team Biden got journos to run interference for them and downplay what a catastrophe this was?
"The Taliban won't be able to use them." "Where are they going to get spare parts?" "They already had some of these anyway."
Anything to get out of the news cycle. https://t.co/9XJ2mNYsl4
— Omri Ceren (@omriceren) March 25, 2023
This is embarrassing
— Rob Nunn (@robfnunn) March 26, 2023
What a disgrace!! Wow.
— Cindy (@asheborn57) March 25, 2023
Well, at least the Taliban was Built Back Better…
This is just portion of the US military equipment that was left behind in Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/rzGLLSxAjr
— Carole (@jczac44) March 25, 2023
Love seeing my tax dollars displayed in the hands of people who want us dead
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) March 25, 2023
Look at all the millions of dollars, if not billions sitting in one photo, our tax dollars wasted.
— Dustin Nuttall (@DustinRNuttall) March 25, 2023
This should be enough of a reason to wake people up.
Biden is completely incompetent.
Or maybe he’s destroying our country on purpose? https://t.co/zdIOysQ5VC
— Derrick Evans (@DerrickEvans_WV) March 25, 2023
This will always be Joe’s disaster.
He abandoned our troops, allies, and our equipment.
2024 can’t come quickly enough.
— Jared Borg (@JaredBorg) March 25, 2023
The disaster in Afghanistan undoubtedly influenced Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine.
— Oleksii Stepura (@OStepura) March 25, 2023
Wait until you see the photos Russia posts in about two years.
— Matt Braynard (@MattBraynard) March 25, 2023
Not pictured: women and girls of Afghanistan going to school. Where else in the world are women and girls denied a proper education?
— Rebecca Yeisley (@RebeccaYeisley) March 25, 2023
Since the Taliban takeover, girls have been prevented from attending school with failed Democrat presidential candidate and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton conducting a hashtag campaign to raise awareness about the subjugation of Afghani females that Biden enabled when he gave the orders to run up the white flag over the U.S. embassy in Kabul.
Girls in Afghanistan should be going back to school tomorrow, but the Taliban is only allowing boys to be educated. #LetAfghanGirlsLearn pic.twitter.com/tveFWEwSZR
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 22, 2023
“Girls in Afghanistan should be going back to school tomorrow, but the Taliban is only allowing boys to be educated. #LetAfghanGirlsLearn,” tweeted Mrs. Clinton.
“Look, we ended the longest war in American history, and I understand why the way that ended has been criticized. I think the alternative to what we did would’ve been a lot of Americans dying in Afghanistan in a continuation of the longest war ever in this country’s history,” Klain said of Biden’s disgraceful exit from Afghanistan, a move that only served to further embolden the enemies of America.
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