Though they are screaming “death to America” in the streets, the Taliban is thanking American taxpayers for 11 former U.S. bases, complete with 6 aircraft, 174 Humvees, 10,0-00 high-explosive rockets, and more. As the terrorist organization that now controls Afghanistan patrols the country, searching homes and beating dissenters with as many as 40,000 Americans still trapped in the country, the world wonders why and how Joe Biden could have let this happen.
Back in July, Biden began pulling American troops out of Afghanistan, keeping a promise to the far-Left. And while this might be the only promise he has kept since he was “elected” in 2020, it’s a big one — just not in anything resembling a good way. Thanks to Biden, the Taliban are more powerful than ever, and are swarming the streets in their American taxpayer-funded mobile oppression vehicles.
ETVBharat reports that thanks to Biden, the Taliban now has an Air Force as well as nearly a dozen bases under their control:
Just to help the Afghan government provide security in Afghanistan, the US had pumped in about $89 billion as of June 30, 2021. With the Ashraf Ghani-led Afghan government’s sudden fall, it would be safe to assume that a substantial chunk of those investments has fallen into the Taliban hands.
Just to give an idea, according to the US government official figures, in the three months from April to June 2021, the US handed over to the Afghan National Defense and Security forces (ANDSF) six A-29 light attack aircraft, 174 High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (Humvees), about 10,000 2.75 inch high-explosive rockets, 61,000 40-mm high explosive rounds, 9,00,000 rounds of .50 calibre ammo, and 20,15,600 rounds of 7.62 mm bullets.
While a stock-taking exercise is yet to begin in the war-ravaged country because of the prevailing circumstances, it is very likely that the Taliban may have taken possession of most of those assets.
Everything that happens, every act of terror the Taliban commits in the name of Allah, is on Joe Biden and the Democrats. And if you think they will be satisfied with a single country, you’re sorely mistaken.