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UK Parliament Holds Joe Biden in Contempt over Afghanistan Debacle

The embarrassment on the world stage continues under Joe Biden. Following the total collapse of Afghanistan and while in the midst of an ongoing, dangerously chaotic evacuation, the UK Parliament has voted to hold the President of the United States in contempt.

But while it’s a travesty that things have gotten to this point, it’s the details of what went on behind the scenes that led to this that are most disturbing. Earlier in the week, NSA Jake Sullivan shocked onlookers by announcing that Biden had not spoken to any world leaders about the pullout from Afghanistan. A dereliction of duty at that level is hard to fathom, though, it’s become commonplace for a president who continues to run to Delaware instead of, you know, being president.

Following Sullivan’s jaw-dropping admission, Biden apparently did talk to UK PM Boris Johnson. Unfortunately, it took 36 hours for the president to get around to answering the call, though.

Was Biden incapacitated? It’s not like this was a request from the president of Thailand. We are talking about our oldest and closest ally in the British. And Biden took almost two days to even return their phone call as Afghanistan descended into absolute chaos?

Further, the UK military was reportedly left completely in the dark about what the US was doing as far as pulling out. Timelines were not given, no preparations were made with NATO forces (which had more personnel on the ground than we did), and when the time came, pandemonium predictably broke out. Why was there no communication?

Because of this, the British Houses of Parliament decided to hold Biden’s handling of the situation in contempt, with lawmakers condemning his withdrawal plan as “catastrophic” and “shameful,” according to The Telegraph.

Members of parliament from across the political spectrum were forceful in their rebuke of Biden.

“The American decision to withdraw was not just a mistake — it was an avoidable mistake, from President Trump’s flawed deal with the Taliban to President Biden’s decision to proceed, and to proceed in such a disastrous way,” Liberal Democrat Leader Sir Ed Davey said.

Other liberal members of parliament, including Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer and Labour MPs Chris Bryant and Khalid Mahmood, denounced the president as well.

“The Biden government have just come in and, without looking at what is happening on the ground, have taken a unilateral decision, throwing us and everybody else to the fire,” Mahmood said.

Many of these MPs took specific offense to Biden’s criticism of Afghan soldiers and the Afghan army.

The Tory chairman of the foreign affairs committee, Tom Tugendhat, spent some time fighting alongside those soldiers, so he didn’t mince any words when addressing the president’s “shameful” comments.

“To see their commander in chief call into question the courage of men I fought with, to claim that they ran, is shameful,” he said, with The Telegraph noting that several MPs murmured in approval.

Conservative leaders also joined in on the condemnation.

Lord Howard, a former Tory leader, described Biden’s withdrawal as “a catastrophic mistake which may well prove to be the defining legacy of his presidency.”

96 Comments
  • Jim says:

    Even our allies around the world are seeing Biden’s cognitive decline and obvious weakness. We the American people should take corrective actions while we still have allies we can depend on if and when we are ever in need of their assistance anywhere in the world or we will be on our own with a total moron to lead us. Wise up Democrats, it is not just what you like, your decisions impact us on the world stage.

  • Randall Griffin says:

    Sorry — Team Tucker, but your headline here diminishes your credibility. The true story of the speeches made ripping into Biden is sufficient. But you cross the line in reporting that there was a vote to hold Biden in contempt. If you check Parliament’s official web-page, you’ll find they haven’t had a recorded vote since July. So far as I can tell, this “vote” story comes from a UK publication “Telegraph” and has spread from there. But it doesn’t appear to be true.

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