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Was the Fall of Afghanistan Deliberate?
There was no pomp and circumstance. The end came in the form of a written statement from the White House, followed by a videotaped message from Secretary of State Tony Blinken. It was simple and short. After 20 years of fighting in Afghanistan, America’s longest war is no more.
Our mission, as laid out some two decades ago, was to kill the enemy in Afghanistan. It was retribution for 9/11, the worse terrorist attack on our soil that killed 2,996 people. We were to avenge the death of fellow Americans while stomping out terrorism and leaving the country self-sufficient with democracy.
Unfortunately, we left the country pretty much the way we found it, in complete chaos and carnage. This is partly due to what the Biden Administration referred to as a “deliberate withdrawal” from the country. However, the “deliberate withdrawal” resulted in the death of 13 United States military personal, hundreds and possibly thousands of Americans left behind, and a billion dollars in military equipment left for terrorists. The “deliberate withdrawal” also created one of the most powerful, and highly weaponized terroristic military regions in Asia.
Surely, this recent horrific outcome was not the expected result of our two-decade labor in the region that saw 2,372 U.S military deaths, four Department of Defense civilian deaths, and the death of Osama Bin Laden. More importantly and tragically, it ended in America’s seemingly defeat on the world stage. But yet it was. By all accounts, this was nothing short of a “deliberate” embarrassment by a woke administration. Michael Johns join “After Dark” to discuss the Biden Administration’s “deliberate withdrawal” from Afghanistan and what happens next.
Michael Johns is a conservative public policy leader and business executive. In 2009, he co-founded the U.S. Tea Party movement and had since served as one of its leading strategists and spokespersons. He has served as a White House speechwriter to President George H. W. Bush and frequently appears on cable news networks as a guest analyst.
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