British Parliament REALLY Fed Up with Biden, Holds Him in Contempt
Things are getting rocky between the U.K. and the U.S. and rightfully so. We’ve got the most inept “president” in American history enabling terrorists to take control over a country by overthrowing the current government and putting thousand of lives at risk.
He blundered big time hear and the world isn’t holding back, even though our media does.
Donald Trump Jr. tweeted,
If we had a real media in America you’d think they’d make a really big deal about the fact that our greatest ally abroad, Great Britain, literally held our president in contempt over his disastrous and “dishonorable” withdrawal from Afghanistan.
But we don’t have a real media!
And it’s true isn’t it? Our biggest ally, yet there is not a mention of it in the mainstream media. Don’t ever, ever, ever think for a moment that there is not an agenda, even in the conservative media. They do not report the news anymore. They report their own propaganda. Fox News included.
— UK military left in the dark by the US about timings and pace of their withdrawal… UK official confirms this is the case
— Biden ignored Boris Johnson’s attempts to speak on the phone for 36+ hours pic.twitter.com/HSBqBhfeGh
— Alex Wickham (@alexwickham) August 19, 2021
MP Tom Tugendhat ripped into Biden’s handling of the situation saying, “Those who have never fought for the colors they fly should be careful about criticizing those who have”
The Telegraph reported in the story that Don Jr. tweeted about,
MPs from all sides of the Commons were forceful in their criticism. Sir Keir Starmer, the Labour leader, said: “The US is, of course, an important ally, but to overlook the fighting of the Afghan troops and forces, and the fact that they have been at the forefront of that fighting in recent years, is wrong.”
Sir Ed Davey, the Liberal Democrat leader, said: “The American decision to withdraw was not just a mistake – it was an avoidable mistake, from President Trump’s flawed deal with the Taliban to President Biden’s decision to proceed, and to proceed in such a disastrous way.”
Tom Tugendhat, the Tory chairman of the foreign affairs committee, who fought alongside Afghans as a British soldier, called out Mr Biden’s criticism of the Afghan army.
“To see their commander in chief call into question the courage of men I fought with, to claim that they ran, is shameful,” he said, to murmurs of approval from other MPs.
Man, just seeing that makes me want to head over to the U.K. I’ve always admired how they conduct themselves