Peter Doocy throws Biden off script, into a frenzy asking if he feels responsible for 12 dead Marines

President Joe Biden has no shame. The family members of 13 U.S. Armed Forces members will soon receive a knock on the door, and the worst news of their lives, but Joe Biden wants you to know that it’s Donald Trump’s fault.

When Pilate saw that he could prevail nothing, but that rather a tumult was made, he took water, and washed his hands before the multitude, saying, I am innocent of the blood of this just person: see ye to it. – Matthew 27:24

America has a sick, doddering old fool for a president. A man who, for 40-plus years in government, has been wrong about everything. Yet, 81 million people voted for him, naming him commander in chief of the Armed Forces. (That number is another discussion apart from this). They bear some of the blame for what their vaunted leader does. And the mainstream media? A union of serpents.

It took Biden eight hours to prepare his inarticulate remarks after two suicide bombers carried out the murderous attacks on military and civilians at the Kabul airport Thursday. Fox News’ Peter Doocy, the “most interesting guy that I know in the press” according to Joe, has been the only reporter who asks relevant and tough questions of the president and of Jen Psaki, the mendacious, gasoline-haired Colonel Klebb of an administration that is hell-bent on the furtherance of deadly stupidity.

Arriving 25 minutes late and looking like he just woke up from a nap, the president began his address with this dim-witted reaction to the terrorist attack:

“Tough day.”


(Video: Fox News)

After taking questions from reporters he was “instructed” to call on, Doocy finally got the chance to press Biden.

“There had not been a U.S. service member killed…in Afghanistan since Feb. 2020…You pulled troops out. You sent troops back in and now 12 Marines are dead. You said the buck stops with you. Do you bear any responsibility for the way that things have unfolded…” Doocy asked.

“I bear responsibility for, fundamentally, all that’s happened of late. But here’s the deal: You know, I wish you’d one day say these things,” Biden responded.

“The former president made a deal with the Taliban that he would get all American forces out of Afghanistan by May 1. In return, the commitment was made, and that was a year before, in return, he was given a commitment that the Taliban would continue to attack others but would not attack any American forces. Remember that?” Biden asked Doocy.

Doocy attempted to respond before Biden interjected to say, “I’m asking you a question. Is that accurate, to the best of your knowledge?”

The two spoke over each other, with Biden putting his head on his microphone in frustration. Alternatively, he may have just been trying to remember his name, or dozed off – any number of things besides contrition, as he has repeatedly demonstrated how emotionally detached he is from all that he bears responsibility for.

“Do you think people have an issue with pulling out of Afghanistan or just the way that things have happened?” Doocy asked.

Biden responded, “I think they have an issue that people are likely to get hurt. Some as we’ve seen have gotten killed, and that it is messy.”

Pressed by Doocy on whether he stood by his decision to withdraw from Afghanistan, Biden said “Yes, I do.”

“Because look at it this way folks, and I have another meeting for real. But imagine where we’d be if I had indicated on May the first that I was not going to renegotiate an evacuation date. We were going to stay there,” he said. “I’d have only one alternative: to pour thousands more troops back into Afghanistan to fight a war that we had already won relative to the reason why we went in the first place.”

For real, Biden has redeployed troops to the area, after it was determined early on what a calamity he had unleashed on the region – and ultimately the world – by stupidly giving up Bagram Air Field and the U.S. Embassy before even beginning mass evacuations.

It is impossible to overstate just how much power Joe Biden has given the Taliban. Indeed, he handed them what is essentially a kill list of Americans and Afghan allies earlier this week.

But he must seek mercy from a higher authority. None should be given here.

Frank Webster

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