Oh boy, here we go again! The Biden administration seems to have a knack for abandoning embassies left and right. It’s like a game of hide-and-seek, but instead of hiding, they’re just running away. First, we had the debacle in Kabul, where the State Department was in such a panic that they ordered the burning of documents and a hasty evacuation. I guess they didn’t want the Taliban getting their hands on any sensitive information. Can’t blame them for that, but maybe they should’ve thought about that before handing Afghanistan over to the terrorists on a silver platter.
Is Biden About to Lose Another U.S. Embassy? https://t.co/IVoLe9Pzzn
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 3, 2023
But wait, there’s more! In January, the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv had to pack up and leave. Why, you ask? Well, apparently the Biden administration got wind of an impending Russian invasion of Ukraine. So what do they do? They pull out faster than a cheetah running from a gazelle. It’s like a game of diplomatic musical chairs, and the Biden team is always the first one out the door. I guess they’re not big fans of conflict, unless it’s with their political opponents back home.
The US Embassy in Kabul has now been abandoned after the State Department confirmed the "safe evacuation of all embassy personnel" and that US personnel in Afghanistan are at Kabul airport.@Stone_SkyNews has the latest.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) August 16, 2021
The U.S. is preparing to evacuate our FIFTH embassy since Biden took office.
What does this say about our leadership in the world? https://t.co/m8ZxuJp15l
— Rep. Mike Waltz (@michaelgwaltz) August 2, 2023
And now, it’s the U.S. Embassy in Niger’s turn to face the chopping block. They’re under siege and preparing for evacuation. It’s becoming a pattern, isn’t it? The State Department claims it’s all about the safety and security of American citizens, but it seems like they’re just really good at hitting the eject button at the first sign of trouble. It’s like they have a sixth sense for danger, except instead of fighting it, they just surrender and run away.
You know, it’s one thing to prioritize the safety of American citizens, but it’s another thing altogether to continuously abandon our embassies and leave our allies high and dry. It sends a message that the United States can’t be relied upon and that we’re more interested in avoiding conflict than standing up for what’s right. It’s a sad state of affairs, and it’s all happening under the leadership of President Biden.
So here we are, witnessing yet another embassy evacuation under this administration. This would be the fifth since Biden took office. Just when you think it can’t get any worse, they manage to surprise us. I don’t know about you, but I prefer my leaders to be strong, decisive, and committed to protecting American interests abroad. Sadly, it seems like we’re stuck with a bunch of embassy abandoners. Let’s hope they get their act together before we’re all hiding under our desks.