Let the record show that antisemitic lefty MSNBC host Mehdi Hasan is a big fan of Joe Biden’s terrible Afghanistan policy:
"It’s shamefully easy for presidents to start wars and much, much harder to end them. Biden’s decision to withdraw now is… perhaps the boldest foreign policy move by a president in my lifetime."
— Mehdi Hasan (@mehdirhasan) August 31, 2021
Abandoning American citizens and the Afghan allies who have risked their lives to help our military is certainly a bold foreign policy move. We can’t argue with that.
Well, anyway, go figure that Hasan’s friend and fellow antisemitic lefty Ilhan Omar couldn’t agree more:
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) August 31, 2021
Sure, Ilhan. Whatever you say.
— Muneef Bokhari (@MuneefBokhari) August 31, 2021
Yeah, too bad. Fortunately for Joe Biden, Ilhan Omar doesn’t care. The important thing is that we’ve ended a war!
Ending wars is good actually
— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) August 30, 2021
Ending wars can be great, even. Unfortunately we’re not in the mood to take a victory lap. Not when Joe Biden “ended” this war in the worst possible way.
Ending wars arbitrarily and foolishly does not translate into peace
— Dr. Zaher Sahloul (@sahloul) August 31, 2021
Unless you're now the target of the Taliban, like women, queers, musicians…
— Michael Stevens (@mstevnz) August 30, 2021
Ending them the way we did is not, and deserves criticism. These are not diametrically opposed opinions.
— Bollocks Bonnaroo (@BrianBonavia) August 30, 2021
The war has not ended. We simply left the place to best fight it. https://t.co/0r7E5h0rK7
— EEE(d) (@EEElverhoy) August 31, 2021
unfortunately, we didn't end it, we just abandoned our allies to the enemy and walked away.
— okileggs (@okileggs) August 30, 2021
Yes generally. Unless that is you leave in such a way as to allow re-emergence of a jihadist Islamist group, utter denial of basic human rights to local population and real threat of terror to your country and the region. But sure, keep up those deep, thought provoking tweets!
— Arsen Ostrovsky (@Ostrov_A) August 30, 2021