As the current occupant of the White House continues to scare the hell out of America and much of the rest of the world with his delusional cluelessness over the catastrophic debacle in Afghanistan for which he and he alone is responsible, his predecessor continues to do what he does better than anyone else in politics:
Donald J. Trump trashed the ever-loving crap out of Joseph R. Biden — in classic Trumpian style.
And Corn Pop’s pal deserved every brutal minute of it. And more.
In an exclusive interview with Breitbart, the former president said what every sane, patriotic — and mad as hell — American has been thinking from the moment “Biden’s Saigon” began to unravel. (Emphasis, mine.)
“Well, the only thing that surprised me is that everybody knew how absolutely stupid this situation in Afghanistan was, that it should have never ever been this way. Because everybody knows. A child would know, you take the military out last.
“You get everybody out, then you get all the equipment — you take your $83 billion worth of equipment — then you blow up the bases.
And perhaps you stay at, you take a certain area that you may want to keep like Bagram and keep the base Bagram because it’s next to China and Iran. It costs billions and billions of dollars to build.
And maybe you keep that for other reasons. But everybody knows that you take your military out last. And they took the military out first.”
Regardless, bumbling Biden and his equally bumbling advisors continue to defend the hell out of everything they did — including the pathetically incompetent and dangerously misguided General Mark A. Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who gets far more fired up pontificating about critical race theory and “white supremacy” than he does about, oh, military preparedness — and a steely resolve to crush our enemies who are sure as hell hellbent on doing as much damage to America and Americans as they can.
When asked by Breitbart if Biden’s decision to withdraw American forces first and civilians last amounted to an abandonment of the sacred U.S. military credo, “no man left behind,” Trump said Biden has now made the honorable commitment “obsolete.”
“Well, I think that the credo is now obsolete because we’re leaving people behind. We’re leaving equipment behind. And we spent more money on that war, and we’re leaving all this stuff behind. And it’s top of the line.
They’re now, they say, the best-serviced soldiers in the world, the Taliban. They have the best equipment, and they have better equipment than our soldiers have.”
Think Biden Isn’t Calling the Shots? Donald Disagrees With You
Unlike the majority of “people on our side of the aisle” who have believed since the early days of Biden’s pathetic 2020 presidential campaign that “Joey from Scranton” is little more than the organ grinder monkey of the Left (yours truly, included), Trump disagrees — at least as it relates to Afghanistan.
“[W]hen you have something that’s so obviously stupid, and everybody else goes along with it, he must be to a certain extent calling the shots. Take a look at what happened. He came up with a plan that’s so crazy, and stupid. And the people can’t be that dumb that they would go to approve it.
“So he must have said this is what he wants to do, and they went along with it. All he had to do is a similar thing — what I was doing was just taking the military out last, and when everybody is out, when all the equipment is out and everything is gone, and then we just take the military and we wave ‘bye bye.’”
“Call it a bad experience,” Trump added. “And we would have got out with great dignity and we could have even claimed victory. This is a pure loss.” Amen, Mr. President, amen.
Trump then returned to the fold — in concert with those of us who believe Biden is simply told what to say, what to sign, what to support, what to oppose, and what to do — in the larger scope of the Biden White House.
Asked by Breitbart who he thinks really runs Biden’s White House, Trump said “nobody really knows,” adding: “That’s the great secret. It’s a group of people. They’re mean; they’re nasty.”
Trump being Trump, he bragged about how he handled Afghanistan — but, hey — if you can back it up with actions or facts, go for it. Particularly as Biden’s disaster continues to spiral out of control.
“I had that so locked down; we were going to get every — because I was all for getting out of the endless war. I was for it more than anybody was, and I was doing it. But we had total control of the country.
“And as soon as the election was rigged, and they won the election — they didn’t win — look, they didn’t win anything. The election was totally rigged. And as soon as these fake results came out, these people started taking over Afghanistan because they were dealing with Biden, not me.
“They knew — and I dealt with Abdul. I dealt with the whole group; they knew that there would be hell to pay if anything happened like this. But they’ve taken over from our military.
“I believe it was the single most embarrassing moment in the history of our country, having to do with prestige and having to do with our military. And our military is devastated by it.
They look so bad — the wokesters that are running it. I said it very strongly in Alabama. Woke means loser, and that’s exactly what we’ve become.”
“Woke means loser, and that’s exactly what we’ve become.”
Bingo. Final score. Trump: 1, Biden: 0. Thanks for playing, Joe. You’re dismissed.
Here’s our latest on Biden’s Saigon: