It looks like all of Biden’s mistakes are coming back to roost and Democrats have no one to blame but themselves for putting him in office. Thanks to Biden’s mishandling and downright creation of man-made disasters, Dems don’t stand a chance in the upcoming midterms. To hear senior political analyst Brit Hume tell it Biden’s days are numbered.
The left-wing media’s disenchantment with Biden following the fatal mistakes he made in the Afghan withdrawal has already faded as they jump back on his defense. Their public outrage, though short-lived, was just enough to tank Biden’s numbers among liberal voters and Hume says that Biden may not be able to ever recover.
“You can trace all this back to the original decision to try to get the military out before you had the civilians out and before you even had a reasonable plan to get them out,” Hume explained. “So now we are where we are,” he added.
Private citizens and lawmakers have teamed together to rescue trapped Americans in Afghanistan because Biden’s team refused to even try. Meanwhile, the current killer-in-chief has also likely failed to properly vet the refugees that were evacuated prior to the military pullout. Putting American at a potentially greater risk than it was before the September 11th terrorist attack.
“This is an absolute trainwreck,” he said. “And all these disputes that we’re seeing now about people who can’t get out and so on are all a result of the original decision.”
“This is a stain I think that is going to be a very long time wearing off Hume argued that the administration has continuously proven themselves to be untrustworthy including President Biden’s public and empty promise to remain in Afghanistan until all Americans were evacuated. He added that no Democrat, besides Sen. Chuck Schumer, has tried to dispute the fact that Americans were left behind.f indeed it ever does,” he said. “I suspect that it never will.”
The mainstream media is back to trying to bury the lead and protect Biden now that they have seen his approval ratings.
“We don’t have the kind of news coverage we used to where news coverage was pretty neutral,” Hume later commented. “We’re seeing this in spades now on the front pages of newspapers where this continuing crisis in and about Afghanistan is being pushed off the front pages in favor of Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion spending plan or whatever it is the journalists would like to see the world move on to.”