‘Hannity’ host analyzes the president’s ‘full scale retreat’ of Afghanistan
President Biden has failed America – and the American people cannot and will not forget that, as untold hundreds of American citizens remain stranded in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, Sean Hannity declared Friday in his “Opening Monologue.”
While the U.S. has not had an official presence in Afghanistan for three days, Hannity claimed Friday was the 20th day of Americans being “held hostage … behind enemy lines.”
“Joe Biden has failed this country, and we will never forget it,” he said.
Taliban leader Abdul Baradar is now seen as the de facto leader of that country, after Biden pulled all U.S. troops out as of Aug. 31.
“Biden did nothing as the Taliban terrorists began what was a full-scale assault on our allies, and they began a march that led them to taking control of Kabul: April, then May, June, July, then August,” Hannity said.
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“And instead of fighting back at any point … as Donald Trump said he would, Biden ordered a full-scale retreat, abandoning base after base in the middle of the night, leaving weapons and aircraft and military gear, important biometrics data behind, all for the Taliban’s taking,” he continued.
“Instead of fighting back at any point … as Donald Trump said he would, Biden ordered a full-scale retreat.”