After delivering a speech about Afghanistan at the White House on Sunday and taking questions from reporters, America’s all-time worst President Joe Biden claimed insanely that history would judge him as “logical, rational, and right” on our catastrophic exit from the country.
“I think, that history is going to record this was the logical, rational, and right decision to make,” Biden stated confidently. “Let me be clear: the evacuation of thousands of people from Kabul is going to be hard and painful no matter when we started, when we began,” he added despite promising in April that the exit would be handled “responsibly, deliberately, and safely” and not “hasty.”
“My job is to make judgments. My job is to make judgments nobody else can or will make,” Biden declared. “I made them. I’m convinced I’m absolutely correct,” although even members of his own party and the sycophantic news media are condemning the botched evacuation, the worst of which is still to come, with thousands of Americans likely to become hostages of the Taliban.
He also repeatedly and falsely claimed that his critics simply want the U.S. to stay longer in Afghanistan. No one is arguing for this; his critics just want the truth about the Afghan debacle, but to paraphrase Jack Nicholson’s character in A Few Good Men, the senile crank Biden can’t handle the truth.