There is one thing you can count on when it comes to establishment politicians. If their mouths are moving they are lying. Joe “Bite Me” Biden, second-in-command front man, is no exception.
Not long ago Biden said a “drawdown” will mean “a lot of people moving out” by next July but now he has second thoughts. He told ABC’s “This Week” that the number of U.S. troops leaving Afghanistan “could be as few as a couple of thousand troops.”
“Biden says it’s too early to judge whether the U.S. strategy in Afghanistan will succeed, but he says there is progress,” reports the Associated Press. “A record 103 NATO troops were killed in June, the deadliest month of the nearly 9-year-old war for international forces.”
Last month at the conclusion of the globalist confab in Toronto Obama derided critics of the “war” and said they are obsessed with withdrawing from Afghanistan. He said the U.S. would “assist” Afghans for “for a long time to come.” In other words, Obama said the U.S. will never leave Afghanistan. Biden reaffirmed this plan on ABC.
“I think that right now the debate surrounding Afghanistan is presented as either we get up and leave immediately because there’s no chance at a positive outcome, or we stay basically indefinitely and do quote unquote whatever it takes for as long as it takes,” said Obama.
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