The Rivers of Blood on Joe Biden’s Hands

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Joe Biden has rivers of blood on his hands thanks to his botched withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan and the resulting Taliban takeover and terror attacks.

Less than 24 hours after Western governments began warning westerners trapped in Afghanistan about the possibility of terrorist attacks, U.S. and Taliban officials have confirmed that twin suicide attacks took place outside of Kabul’s airport on the morning of August 26th.

The New York Post reports: “The US and its allies have been warning of a possible terror attack by ISIS-K — the Afghan arm of ISIS — as the Aug. 31 deadline to withdraw from the country approaches.”

Initial reporting indicated that at least 13 people were killed in the attack, including children, while at least three U.S. soldiers and dozens of others are wounded. New reports have updated that death toll.

The latest news update shows that at least 60 Afghans and ten U.S. Marines were killed, alongside approximately 140 injuries.

According to reporting from the New York Post, “The first explosion occurred outside Hamid Karzai International Airport’s Abbey Gate, the airfield’s main entrance gate, when a bomber reportedly detonated a suicide vest — just hours after an ISIS terror attack warning was issued. A second blast was reported soon after outside the nearby Baron Hotel in what the Pentagon is describing as a ‘complex attack.’”

A Taliban official has claimed that “many” Taliban guards were injured in the suicide attacks.

“We can confirm that the explosion at the Abbey Gate was the result of a complex attack that resulted in a number of US & civilian casualties. We can also confirm at least one other explosion at or near the Baron Hotel, a short distance from Abbey Gate,” Pentagon press secretary John Kirby said in a tweet.

An emergency hospital in Kabul is currently treating more than thirty individuals who were wounded in the attacks.

Images of those injured in the attacks have been emerging on social media.

Graphic videos showing the dead have also been shared on Twitter.

One Afghan man who was near the first explosion reported seeing people missing body parts after the blast, while another told Fox News that a young girl died in his arms.

Joe Biden has reportedly been briefed about the explosions, according to a White House official.

Despite the White House’s claims that Biden was in a security meeting about Afghanistan at the time of the attacks, many Americans are outright blaming him for the casualties. Many believe that if Biden had followed Donald Trump’s withdrawal plan, this disaster could have been averted. Others are pointing out that it appears that Biden had no plans at all for the withdrawal, and his lack of strategy is the direct cause of the Taliban takeover and the subsequent terrorist attacks.

The White House clearly isn’t focused on fixing this disaster, as political commentator Caleb Hull pointed out in a post on Twitter.

“While the Taliban was planning a suicide bomb attack on our troops, which resulted in likely dozens of deaths, the White House was focused on attacking Ron DeSantis. You can’t make this stuff up,” Hull wrote, sharing a post from White House Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates whining about Florida.

“These suicide attacks are Joe Biden’s fault. He alone created this chaos, and he alone is responsible for the inevitable violence that followed,” wrote Ian Haworth, editor of the Daily Wire.

It’s not just the casualties from these suicide attacks that are Biden’s fault, the entire disaster in Afghanistan can be traced back to his incompetence.

GOP Rep. Jim Banks recently shared a tweet about the equipment and weapons left behind during Biden’s botched withdrawal that are now in the hands of the Taliban. Banks wrote:

“The Taliban has:

– 600,000 small arms and explosives
– 75,000 American-made war vehicles
– Over 200 US military aircraft
– And the biometric data of the Afghans who served w/ Americans

All Joe Biden’s fault.”

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