Members of Congress and the U.S. Senate Expressed Discontent With The Biden’s Administration

 

CITY OF WASHINGTON (August 26, 2021)—today several Members of Congress and the U.S. Senate expressed their condolences for the families and loved ones of our brave troops who were killed in two Kabul bombings Thursday.

U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa)—the first female combat veteran to serve in the U.S. Senate, a veteran of the Global War on Terror, and a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee—released the following statement after U.S. servicemembers were killed during attacks in Kabul.  
 
“First and foremost, my heart breaks for the families and loved ones of our brave troops who were killed in action. My prayers are with those who are grieving this loss of life and with our servicemembers who were wounded in these attacks.
 
“It is abundantly clear those wishing to do the U.S. harm—Al-Qaeda, ISIS, Haqqani network, and the Taliban—are still in Afghanistan. The chaos, and now catastrophic bloodshed, that has ensued in Afghanistan over the last few weeks was brought on by the president’s haphazard and hasty withdrawal of U.S. forces. Pulling our troops out before ensuring the safety of American citizens, our partners and allies, and our military equipment was simply incompetent. Leaving the safety of Americans and our allies to the Taliban has been foolish and ill-advised from the start. The decisions by President Biden and his administration have undermined our national security and made America appear as a weak and unreliable partner.
 
“President Biden has a choice: quit and leave innocent Americans and those who have willingly fought alongside us for 20 years to suffer in Afghanistan; or, fulfill his obligation and engage the might of the greatest military in the history of the world to bring Americans and our allies and partners to safety and project America’s strength on the global stage.” 
 

US House of Representative Dan Bishop tweeted “And now we learn that the Biden Admin gave a terrorist organization a list of U.S. citizens remaining in country. Let that sink in for a minute. Insane.”

US House of Representative Brian Babin tweeted “Biden must resign, be removed by his cabinet, or be impeached. His incompetence caused the death and injury of brave Marines.”

U.S. Senator Kennedy tweeted “I pray and grieve for the families of the brave American soldiers who died in the vile terrorist attack in Kabul. President Biden must conduct a safe and orderly withdrawal so that no more American lives are lost to these terrorists.”

 

Representative Kat Cammack “Accountability NOW. The sheer lack of leadership, utter incompetence, and silence from this administration show its ineptitude. If President Joe Biden  really believes what he says, he’ll resign immediately. Anything less is unacceptable.”

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley tweeted “To say that today’s loss of American lives in Kabul is sickening does not begin to do justice to what has happened. It is enraging. And Joe Biden is responsible. It is now clear beyond all doubt that he has neither the capacity nor the will to lead. He must resign”

In a second tweet Hawley said “My further statement on Joe Biden’s abject failure in Afghanistan that is costing American lives by the hour.”

 

 

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