Republicans are calling for Joe Biden's resignation after a pair of suicide bombings in Afghanistan killed more than a dozen U.S. service members and scores of civilians. ISIS-K militants are claiming responsibility for today's terror attacks outside Kabul airport in what is, likely, a challenge to Taliban control of the region.
Shortly after the tragedy, Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), tweeted: "Joe Biden has blood on his hands." The third-ranking Republican in the House of Representatives added: "This horrific national security and humanitarian disaster is solely the result of Joe Biden's weak and incompetent leadership. He is unfit to be Commander-in-Chief."
Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) and Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX) are among the growing chorus of GOP lawmakers calling for Joe Biden's removal from office. Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) told FOX News today, "Every president since Bush has had to deal with this really difficult decision.... But Biden is the only one who really followed through with the stupidest possible option. And now we're paying in blood for it."
In March, Mr. Biden promised the American people a "safe and orderly" Afghan withdrawal. In July, he insisted it was "highly unlikely" the Taliban would be "overrunning everything and owning the whole country." Now, more than a dozen U.S. service members are gone, along with nearly 100 Afghan civilians.
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This didn't have to happen. It was a needless and avoidable tragedy. But, for eight months, the Biden regime has been enabling failure on the world stage through their weakness and impotence. FOX News' Jesse Watters pointed out yesterday: "Trump killed terrorists. Joe Biden takes orders from them."
+ + Kabul Airport Turned Into Killing Fields
America could have kept Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan operational until all U.S. civilians, contractors and military personnel were "safely and orderly" evacuated. On Twitter today, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) called for the U.S. to "reestablish our presence in Bagram as an alternative to Kabul." But instead, Joe Biden and his incompetent regime forced masses of people to flood the gate areas around the Kabul airport, turning them into killing fields.
Grassfire has been providing regular updates to our team members about Joe Biden's dangerous, disastrous and still-deteriorating Afghanistan debacle. But before today, his failures, weakness and impotence have only threatened American and Afghan lives. Again, as Crenshaw said, "(N)ow we're paying in blood for it."
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Live Updates: Suicide Bombing Outside Kabul Airport (Breitbart News)
ISIS Branch Poses Biggest Immediate Terrorist Threat to Evacuation in Kabul (The New York Times)
Haley, Blackburn, other Republicans call for Biden's resignation or impeachment after attack at Kabul airport (FOX News)
Rep. Crenshaw: Biden chose 'stupidest possible option' and now we're 'paying in blood' (FOX News)
FLASHBACK: Biden vowed Afghanistan withdrawal would be 'safe and orderly' (FOX News)
Biden said in July Taliban 'overrunning everything' was 'highly unlikely' (FOX News)
Jesse Watters: Trump killed terrorists, Joe Biden takes orders from them (FOX News)
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