Biden’s Blunder: Removing Houthis from Terrorist List Sparks Chaos in Middle East!

In a baffling move that can only be described as a colossal blunder, President Joe Biden’s administration decided to remove the Iran-backed Houthis from the foreign terrorist organization list. It’s like taking candy away from a baby, except this candy can explode and cause chaos in the Middle East.

The Houthi rebels didn’t waste any time after being taken off the terrorist list. They launched a whopping 27 drone and missile attacks against commercial ships in the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea. It’s like a never-ending game of “Whack-a-Mole” with these terrorists, and Biden’s administration just gave them a free pass.

Thankfully, the United States and the United Kingdom finally decided to take action against these aggressive Houthis. They launched strikes against the group in Yemen in response to their increased aggression. But here’s the kicker – Biden had the audacity to launch attacks on a group that he himself didn’t even label as a terrorist organization. It’s like fighting a fire while simultaneously pouring gasoline on it.

Let’s rewind a bit and talk about how we got here. Former President Donald Trump had the right idea when he designated the Houthis as a foreign terrorist organization before leaving office. But Biden, always eager to undo anything Trump did, quickly reversed that decision once he took office. It’s as if Biden has a magical ability to make the wrong choices at every turn.

To add insult to injury, the Biden administration actually justified their decision to remove the Houthis from the terrorist list by citing the “profound implications for the people of Yemen.” Seriously? These people are launching attacks on innocent civilians and commercial ships, and the Biden administration is worried about their well-being? It’s a classic case of prioritizing the wrong things.

But fear not, because Biden’s statement about the strikes he ordered sent a “clear message.” Unfortunately, that message conveniently failed to mention Iran, the very country that supports the Houthis financially and militarily. It’s like trying to solve a puzzle while intentionally ignoring the biggest piece.

In the end, it took multiple countries joining forces to carry out the strikes against the Houthis. It’s a shame that the United States, once a beacon of strength and leadership, now needs a team of nations to clean up the mess created by its own president. And to top it all off, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered the strikes from his hospital bed. It’s truly astonishing how disorganized and chaotic this whole operation has been.


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