President Biden’s a Democrat, which means he’s not facing the full brunt of media wrath for his disastrous Afghanistan drawdown that a Republican would be getting. However, he’s hearing some criticism. NPR’s White House correspondent seems to be willing to put up to 25 percent of the blame on Biden:
"I do think this is an American tragedy, though. This is 20 years. This is four administrations. This is not just on the Biden administration."
— Washington Week | PBS (@washingtonweek) August 30, 2021
It’s so good to be a Democrat because you have a built-in spin machine with publicly funded PBS and NPR.
No, this is a Biden Administration tragic failure. The other three administrations didn’t abandon our airbases, withdraw troops, abandon Afghan forces & leave billions in helicopters, humvees & weapons to the Taliban, while not getting our people out first. https://t.co/vPT37SVVhf
— TheRightWingM 🇺🇸 (@TheRightWingM) August 30, 2021
This catastrophic drawdown is all on Biden and his administration’s disastrous decisions.
This is four administrations. Two of them Biden's. https://t.co/FlkuIVrLiQ
— Noam Blum (@neontaster) August 30, 2021
So we’re up to 50 percent of the blame now.
— JCBliss (@JCBliss) August 30, 2021
How many years had those planes been in service before they were flown into the Twin Towers? https://t.co/HdX2Utcj3N
— jimtreacher.substack.com (@jtLOL) August 30, 2021
“This is four administrations”
What does Obama’s tan suit have to do with this? https://t.co/rZ0BMU7hbe
— Sunny McSunnyface (@sunnyright) August 30, 2021
— I Might Be Donna (@Crypsis12) August 30, 2021
Imagine what they’d be saying about that if Trump were still in office.