Biden’s disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal: Remembering those left behind two years ago

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Two years ago, the Biden administration oversaw the unprecedented disaster that was the American withdrawal from Afghanistan. Thirteen service members lost their lives, thousands of American citizens and tens of thousands of allies were left behind, tens of millions of women and girls were abandoned to lives of sexual slavery, and tens of millions more were consigned to starvation and violence. 

And yet, the Biden administration touts this withdrawal as an “extraordinary success.”

An “extraordinary success” for whom, exactly? Certainly not the many thousands of service members who sacrificed blood, sweat and years of their lives to watch it all chaotically surrendered to the Taliban they had fought for so long. 

A Taliban fighter sits on the back of a vehicle with a machine gun in front of the main gate leading to the presidential palace, in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Aug. 16, 2021. (AP)

Two years ago, 13 brave service members lost their lives during the disaster Biden claims was an “extraordinary success.” Then the nation collectively gasped as he checked his watch while the flag-draped coffins of our fallen were rolled off the plane. Was their ultimate sacrifice such an inconvenience to

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