This is how the White House press secretary is scolding reporters now

As if it weren’t bad enough that thousands of Americans remain unaccounted for in Afghanistan after the Taliban’s return to power last week, now reporters are being reprimanded for using the term “stranded” to describe the U.S. citizens now stuck in the country. 

“I think it’s irresponsible to say Americans are stranded,” said White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki yesterday. “We are committed to bringing Americans who want to come home. We are in touch with them via phone, via text, via email, via any way that we can possibly reach Americans to get them home if they want to return home.”

Well, I happen to think it’s pretty irresponsible that the government totally blew the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan in the first place. Officials cannot even count exactly how many Americans are trapped there. Estimates range between 8,000 and 15,000 people. 

It’s irresponsible that our defense secretary recently declared that the military troops on the ground “don’t have the capability to go out and collect up large numbers of people” that are having trouble reaching the Kabul airport. That means journalists like Susannah George have had to rely on help from other countries to get out. 

It’s irresponsible for the White House to then deny reality by shaming reporters who are calling it like it is, using the term “stranded.” Because that is ultimately what has happened.

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And NBC News totally cut away from Biden as he took questions

Not only did Biden dig his heels in yesterday regarding his response to the U.S. withdrawal and Taliban takeover in Afghanistan, but the media appeared to make every effort to protect him from poor coverage. 

Not that any of our readers would have been tuned into NBC News, but if you had, you would have noticed that the presser was cut off just as Biden began taking reporter questions. 

If you’d been watching the NBC News Special Report, you would have heard an AP journalist ask, “Mr. President: we’re nine days away from the August 31 deadline. Will you extend that deadline, or what is your thought process on extending the evacuation operation?”

But you wouldn’t have heard Biden’s answer. 

Because they cut away from the conference, further fueling the belief that 63% of Americans now hold… that the liberal corporate media does whatever it can to paint the president in a favorable light. 

And even his own press secretary wants him to avoid taking journalist questions. 

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How Biden is defending his botched Afghanistan evacuation right now

If you are disgusted with President Joe Biden’s handling of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, you’re in the vast majority. According to a new poll that came out yesterday, a mere quarter of the U.S. population actually supports his approach to the situation in the country, now under Taliban rule. 

And in a presser he gave yesterday morning, Biden continued to defend the way he went about removing American troops: “My job is to make judgments, to make judgments no one else can or will make. I made them; I’m convinced I’m absolutely correct in not deciding to send more young women and men to war for a war that is not warranted.”

Over the last week or so, Biden said the U.S. has managed to evacuate upward of 25,000 people from the country. 

He mentioned that he may push back his deadline to achieve a complete withdrawal, but a spokesman for the Taliban apparently said the date was “a red line.”

And Biden didn’t mention how his administration plans to help Americans reach the airport in the first place. Apparently, the airport is also vulnerable to an attack by Islamic State, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said. 

What else do we know about the distressing situation right now?

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Biden’s latest “press conference” is another big fail… this is why

As I previously reported, President Joe Biden briefly broke out of vacation mode Friday to address the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan. 

And, as you might expect, his “speech” was nothing more than blame-shifting and avoiding journalist questions. 

“But the point was that although we were in contact with the Taliban, and Doha, for this whole period of time, at some point it wasn’t expected to be a total demise of the Afghan National Force, which is 300 persons,” he said. 

He continued: “Let’s assume the Afghan National Force had continued to fight and they were surrounding Kabul. It would be a very different story. A very different story, but the overwhelming consensus was that they were not going to collapse…”

Biden turned his back to the reporters, who were still asking questions. 

One of them wanted to know the big thing that’s been on everyone’s mind. 

“Why do you continue to trust the Taliban, Mr. President?”

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We might be grumbling that it took long enough, but a lawmaker says she is ready to file her articles of impeachment against the current president. 

“I believe in firing people when they’re corrupt, and they do a bad job,” she said earlier this week. “And Joe Biden is failing America and he needs to be impeached.” 

Her announcement comes amid the worsening crisis in Afghanistan, and the continued chaos at the southern border — situations that were both engineered by ol’ Biden. 

But apparently, Greene had been ready to impeach him from the start. 

“President Joe Biden is unfit to hold the office of the presidency,” she’d said shortly after his inauguration. “His pattern of abuse of power as President (Barack) Obama’s vice president has demonstrated that he will do whatever it takes to bail out his son, Hunter, and line his family’s pockets with cash from corrupt foreign energy companies.” 

What happens now? 

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What will Biden say when he breaks his silence on the Afghanistan evacuation?

In about an hour, Biden is finally going to break his silence on the evacuation efforts currently underway in Afghanistan. 

So far, the so-called leader of our country has remained relatively quiet regarding the Taliban’s swift return to power in Afghanistan. He hasn’t said much about how, exactly, the US will evacuate the thousands of Americans who are now trapped in the country. Biden spoke to the matter very briefly on Monday, and he did take questions from ABC News in an interview later in the week, but the details have been sparse. 

So, if he isn’t addressing the current crisis, what has he been doing? It appears he’s been in vacation mode, prioritizing his time in Wilmington and Camp David, instead of leading the country he is being paid to protect. 

In total, Biden will have spent less than 72 hours in the White House this week, as the situation in Afghanistan worsens. 

After his scheduled remarks, he’ll return home to Delaware. 

Is he even going to take questions, today? What should you expect?

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Pentagon chief: U.S. forces can’t help Americans flee to the airport

Yesterday, the Pentagon chief said that the US military cannot transport Americans to the Kabul airport in Afghanistan amid the Taliban takeover.

“I don’t have the capability to go out and extend operations currently into Kabul,” said Lloyd Austin, the defense secretary. “And where do you take that? How far can you extend into Kabul and how long does it take to flow those forces in to be able to do that?”

So Americans living in the country are forced to pray that the Taliban upholds their end of an agreement with the US in order to reach the airport.

“[We are] going to evacuate everybody that we can physically and possibly evacuate and we’ll conduct this process for as long as we possibly can,” he said.

Much like the story above, this offers no reassurance. 

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How long did Biden just say that American troops will stay in Afghanistan?

In an interview yesterday, Biden said that American troops would stay in Afghanistan beyond the August 31 deadline if that move is necessary in order to ensure Americans are able to evacuate. 

Right now there are between 10,000 and 15,000 Americans scrambling to leave the country that was overtaken by the Taliban. Additionally, there are more than 50,000 Afghans who want to escape

“The commitment holds to get everyone out that, in fact, we can get out and everyone who should come out. And that’s the objective. That’s what we’re doing now. That’s the path we’re on. And I think we’ll get there,” he said.

He continued: “It depends on where we are and whether we can get… ramp these numbers up to [5,0000 to] 7,000 a day coming out. If that’s the case, they’ll all be out.”

Biden’s guesswork is not even slightly reassuring right now. At last count, an estimated 2,000 people were able to evacuate within a 24-hour period.

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What did former President George Bush have to say about Afghanistan?

As the chaotic scene in Afghanistan continued, former President George Bush released a joint statement with former First Lady Laura Bush late yesterday.

The war in the country began in 2001, under Bush’s leadership. Back in July, he spoke against removing American troops just yet. 

“The United States government has the legal authority to cut the red tape for refugees during urgent humanitarian crises. And we have the responsibility and the resources to secure safe passage for them now, without bureaucratic delay,” he said. 

What else did Bush share in his statement? 

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When President Joe Biden got up to bat, yesterday, in an attempt to defend his failure in Afghanistan, he drew criticism across the board. Almost 70% of Americans dislike the way he withdrew military troops from the country. 

And last night, a former CIA analyst (who had previously run for Congress as a Democratic candidate, mind you) berated the supposed leader’s response to the crisis he created. 

In an interview on MSNBC, the host attempted to pat Biden on the back, saying the president “owned his decision.”

Well, Matt Zeller simply would not have that, and blasted Biden’s botched attempt at withdrawing American troops.

What did he say, and do you agree?

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