(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – Kamala Harris, our nation’s vice president, most likely thanks to massive voter fraud, actually refused to address the United States on Sunday concerning the fall of Afghanistan as the Taliban took over the country, according to a report from Gateway Pundit.
A report from Becker News says “Vice President Kamala Harris reportedly did not want any part of facing the music on Sunday after the catastrophic collapse of Afghanistan. The U.S. humiliation on the world stage set off public demands to hear from the president; but in the absence of the Commander-in-Chief, any White House explanation about the disastrous finale in a two-decades-long war would have sufficed.”
“According to multiple reports, Harris was asked to address the American people on Sunday about the unraveling situation in the war-torn country, but refused. As the Taliban threatened the lives of thousands of Americans and allies in Kabul, pressure mounted on the White House to look the people in the eye and explain what happened. Yet, no one did,” Becker News reported.
Keep in mind that Harris’ poll numbers are completely atrocious and some of the worst we’ve seen for a vice president since the early part of the 1970s. And that was before the Afghanistan debacle.
However, she had no qualms about taking credit for helping develop the plan that ended up causing this horrible situation in the first place.
“Vice President Kamala Harris said she played a major role in crafting the Biden administration’s plan in April to quickly withdraw all American troops from Afghanistan,” the report stated, adding, “Harris confirmed that she was the last person in the room shortly after President Joe Biden announced that he had ordered all U.S. military personnel to withdraw from the Middle Eastern nation by Sept. 11, 2021 in an April interview with CNN. The vice president also commended Biden for the decision to pull troops out of Afghanistan.”
Just how badly has this situation impacted Joe Biden and his ilk? Well, there are already a number of Republican lawmakers who want to see him resign from the presidency — which he never earned in the first place — over the whole mess.
One of these individuals is Florida Sen. Rick Scott, who said, “We must confront a serious question: Is Joe Biden capable of discharging the duties of his office or has time come to exercise the provisions of the 25th Amendment?”
The other lawmaker is Rep. Jeff Van Drew from the state of New Jersey.
Van Drew made an appearance on “Sunday Night in America” where he called on Biden and other Democratic leaders to resign from office after the disaster happened in Afghanistan. Trey Gowdy, host of the program, asked Van Drew how things got to this point in the Middle East country.
“My God, it is one of the darkest, most embarrassing days we’ve had in our country, and it’s a tremendous embarrassment for the Biden administration.,” Van Drew went on to say. “But with this administration it is failure after failure after failure. Honest to God, I cannot believe I’m saying this, it literally is time for this president to resign. It is time for this vice president to resign. It is time for the Senate president and Speaker to resign. We need new people, even new Democrats, hopefully that are moderates. We can’t keep doing this.”
It won’t be long before you hear more and more of this from Republicans across the country. There are a lot of reasons Biden should step down. For one, he never earned the right to be in the White House, as the mountain of voter fraud evidence suggests. Secondly, this mess in Afghanistan is going to cause huge problems for our nation moving forward.
As a result of all that, he most definitely needs to call it quits.
A congressional aide tells @CBSNews we have no partners left in Afghanistan to safely get Americans in-country to Kabul. “There are 10-15k AmCits who still need to get out, and that obviously doesn’t include the tens of thousands of SIVs or P2 applicants trying to get out of Afg” https://t.co/SKw1FvXBCV
— Sara Cook (@saraecook) August 17, 2021
— Dr.M.Naeem (@IeaOffice) August 17, 2021
Taliban fighter holding a group of women and children against a wall with a UN Sustainable Development poster pic.twitter.com/Wakwv7Zu47
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) August 17, 2021
The first ever female mayor of an Afghan city, 27-year-old Zarifa Ghafari, who was appointed mayor of Maidan Shahr, the capital city of Wardak province, in 2018, said that she was just sitting with her family waiting for Taliban soldiers to come kill her.#Afghanistan #AfganWomen pic.twitter.com/jKd4bX6DSR
— Rajita Bagga (@RajitaBagga) August 17, 2021
Last year, @NatGeo featured a woman mayor in Afghanistan as part of story on worldwide advances for women. Today, that official, 29 yo Zarifa Ghafari (pictured), said she could not escape—and is waiting for the Taliban to kill her. https://t.co/0z0qwIIXCk pic.twitter.com/7bSblGGzS9
— David Beard (@dabeard) August 16, 2021
To give some context on just how bad things are in Afghanistan, President Donald Trump recently said, “I can guarantee you they consider them to be hostages. It could have a very, very bad ending.”
“We’re being set up. They have all those people and I can guarantee you they consider them to be hostages. And let’s see what happens over the coming weeks. But this is not a story that ended today or yesterday. This is a story that is going to go on for a long time. And it could be a very, very bad ending,” Trump said.
President Trump On Hannity Tonight: “It was a horrible decision going into the Middle East. I know the Bush family will not be happy, but I believe it was the worst decision in the history of our country when we decided to go into the Middle East.”
— The Columbia Bugle (@ColumbiaBugle) August 18, 2021
.@AJEnglish just praised the Taliban, saying that they stood nicely and bravely in front of foreign and domestic media, unlike Biden, who fled last night.
— Jan Palach (@nikollayzird1) August 17, 2021
It’s going to be amazing to see just how low Harris’ numbers go in the coming weeks as things continue to unravel.
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