Nothing that happens in Washington surprises me anymore. There’s so much corruption in every aspect of our government that it’s easier to just number the handful of honest politicians instead of trying to label all those who are dishonest.
Then, of course, there’s the “Corporate Media” who are complicit in ALL of the dishonesty. It’s disheartening to understand that the very people who are the sworn watchdogs for the rank-and-file who basically own this country but are purposely kept in the dark are up to their eyeballs in this nastiness. In other words: these media sycophants are the only chance Americans have to know the actual facts in governance. And they are just as vile as are the dishonest politicians who also swore to work for us!
Who would have believed that this president — Joe Biden — actually used his political power to make a maniacal deal with the former Afghan president Ashraf Ghani. So far it’s not known if the secret deal was to result in money changing hands — even though it’s reported Ghani fled Afghanistan carrying $169 million in cash with him. That’s to be determined. But what IS known is that the pair colluded with a plan to portray the details surrounding the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan in a light that is exactly opposite to how it played out — at least to this point. There are many more puzzle pieces yet to fall.
Would you like to hear about this sinister plot? Reuters was the first to report about these two phone calls and to obtain transcripts of the conversations. I’m certain you’d like to know those details.
Here you go!
President Joe Biden Caught With His Pants Down
In the weeks before Afghanistan’s collapse, President Joe Biden and now-exiled former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani cut a secret deal to deceive the world about the Taliban threat.
The transcript of the last phone call between the two heads of state shows that the U.S. president specifically asked the Afghan president to downplay the potential resurgence of the foreign enemy.
“President Joe Biden wanted the now-departed Afghan president to create the ‘perception’ that his government was capable of holding off the Taliban – an indication he knew it was only a matter of time before the US ally fell to the Islamic group even while reassuring Americans at home that it would not happen,” the Daily Mail reported on the transcript.
“In the last phone call between Biden and his Afghan then-counterpart Ashraf Ghani, the American president said they needed to change perceptions of the Taliban’s rapid advance ‘whether it is true or not,’ according to excerpts published on Tuesday,” the report continued.
“Four weeks before Kabul collapsed, Ghani pleaded for more air support and money for soldiers who had not had a pay raise in a decade,” the report added.
“Hey look, I want to make it clear that I am not a military man any more than you are, but I have been meeting with our Pentagon folks, and our national security people, as you have with ours and yours, and as you know and I need not tell you the perception around the world and in parts of Afghanistan, I believe, is that things aren’t going well in terms of the fight against the Taliban,” President Biden said.
“And there’s a need, whether it is true or not, there is a need to project a different picture,” Biden added.
Ghani would later flee the country. According to the Russian embassy, he took off in a helicopter and four cars and a fortune in cash. An Afghan diplomat accused him of looting $169 million from the suffering, war-torn country. Over the denials of Ashraf Ghani about taking the money, the Taliban is demanding he return the alleged stolen funds.
“He made the mistake of abandoning the government. This is what resulted in the sudden vacuum, plundering and shooting,” the Taliban spokesperson said.
On Tuesday, Biden’s National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan hinted that economic aid, more specifically, Afghanistan government funds frozen by the U.S. government, could be on the table as leverage to ensure “hundreds” of American citizens get home safely.
“When it comes to our economic and development assistance relationship with the Taliban, that will be about the Taliban’s actions,” Sullivan said. “It will be about whether they follow through on their commitments — their commitments to the safe passage for Americans and Afghan allies, their commitment to not allow Afghanistan to be a base from which terrorists can attack the United States or any other country, their commitments with respect to upholding their international obligations.”
“It’s going to be up to them,” he added. “And we will wait and see by their actions how we end up responding in terms of the economic and development assistance.”
Don’t forget history, folks. Remember this: The first Trump impeachment trial turned on the transcript of a phone call that then-President Donald Trump made to the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy. The dispute was over whether Donald Trump offered a “quid pro quo” in exchange for information on Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden, who had inexplicably obtained a lucrative deal with a Ukrainian gas company.
No such “quid pro quo” was proven in the first of two impeachment trials. The impeachment failed. The “whistleblower” lied about his identity during the hearing.
The Biden phone call transcript is much more damning. It is a clear offer to deceive the American public and the international community about the Taliban threat. The false security of the country was the basis for the Biden military withdrawal after two decades of fighting.
Lest we forget: Biden’s “game” with the former Afghan president resulted in the deaths of 12 Marines and one Navy sailor along with approximately 200 Afghans who just happened to be caught up in the Biden-instigated insanity at the Abbey Gate at the Kabul airport. They were all blown up using explosives that Biden’s military left for the Taliban.
Biden’s hands are bloody in two ways: his “deal” with Ghani resulted in a pullback of Afghani forces while the Taliban was sweeping across the nation, province by province, city by city, and leaving dead Afghan citizens and who knows how many Afghan soldiers while Ghani and Biden looked on and purposely hid the facts of those atrocities from the citizens of both countries AND the World. What decisions if leaders were armed with the facts — facts of the Taliban slaughter of thousands and those Americans and the Biden-Ghani deal — would have made differently about timing, the defense of the Kabul airport, and the extraction of hundreds of American citizens, many of who are still hiding from the Taliban with the promise of President Biden they heard on ABC that “We will leave NO American behind and our military will NOT leave until all are safe?”
Joe Biden is an “empty suit,” a “hollow man,” an insensitive bureaucrat who showed his “real” self at the ceremony at Dover when those 13 dead American service members were brought back home. How did he reveal his true self? Eleven times during the ceremony he looked down at his watch!
Reports from the family members of those thirteen who decided to meet privately with the President — and only a few chose to do so — related how cold and unsympathetic was Biden. And each told the story that Biden repeated his story regarding the loss of his son Beau. How callous!
No American holds any malice at Biden for grieving for his dead son. Parents are NEVER supposed to bury their children. But that day at Dover was NOT to be about Beau Biden, and certainly not about Joe Biden. But Joe showed his true colors and proved to the nation and the World that EVERYTHING in his life as President IS about him.
There is a chorus of Republicans now calling for President Biden to resign or be impeached. He will NOT be impeached. But resignation is a strong possibility. But that would take a man of substance, moral character, empathy, and honesty.
I think Mr. Biden is minus each of those.
If the president somehow makes it past the 2022 midterms, both impeachment AND resignation very well may be options on the table. After all, colluding with a foreign leader to make oneself look credible in the eyes of the U.S. using the lives of thousands of Afghan citizens, 13 U.S. military members, and an untold number of OTHER Americans who still remain stranded in Afghanistan, certainly is grounds for impeachment on numerous grounds.
After reading this and thinking it through, I’m confident he won’t resign: he’s too arrogant and pride-filled. No matter his mental and/or physical status, he’s too proud to ever step down from what surely will be one of — if not THE — worst presidencies in American history. I’m just not certain Joe is mentally capable to discern these facts.
By the way: If you do or don’t believe this story, click on the hyperlink above that says “transcript” and read the phone call contents for yourself.