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Trump, America Firsters Remind GOP That Afghanistan Crisis Could Have Been Averted By Fighting For 2020 Election Integrity

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America Firsters and President Donald Trump have pointed out that if Republicans would have taken a stand against voter fraud, the Biden Afghanistan Disaster could have been averted – sparing the lives of at least 12 members of the United States Armed Forces following the deadly terrorist bombings in Kabul.

Republicans are currently rallying around the outrageous and disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal, which has resulted in the Taliban taking over the nation, a massive influx of Afghan migrants to the United States, as well as the tragic deaths of at least twelve members of the United States Armed Forces after radical islamic terrorists committed suicide bombings in Kabul. Many Republicans are claiming that the Biden regime has blood on its hands, as the end of the Afghanistan nightmare does not appear to be anywhere in sight. However according to many, much of the blame is undoubtedly attributed to the Republican Party, who refused to fight for truth, justice, and the sanctity of our electoral system when reports of voter fraud made their way into public view in the weeks following the November election, launching a nationwide movement for election integrity; a phenomena that establishment Republicans have turned a blind eye to, and have even sought to diminish.

During the 2020 election campaign, President Donald Trump was adamant about the destructive impact that a Joe Biden presidency would bring upon the world and the United States. The former President had warned of inflation, rising gas prices, the loss of American energy independence, communism, politically charged legal persecution, Big Tech censorship, a worsening crisis at the southern border, the rise of Communist China, and terrible foreign policy repercussions, among other travesties. Nearly 7 months into the Biden administration, it is becoming clear to many Americans that President Trump was right about all of it.

“Biden is destroying America. His policies have created a living national nightmare: he’s surrendered our energy independence, sabotaged the economy, surged violent crime, caved to China, crushed our citizens instead of the virus, created the single greatest humiliation in our history in Afghanistan, stranded thousands of our citizens overseas at the whim of Islamic extremists, and left a wide-open border to deadly drugs, vicious crime, and unlimited illegal immigration at home!” President Trump declared in a recent statement.

Prominent Republican figureheads are reacting to the revelation that the Kabul terrorist bombings have resulted in the shedding of American blood, condemning Joe Biden and his regime for the horrific events unfolding in Afghanistan. “It is sickening and enraging to hear that at least 12 U.S. servicemembers have been killed at the hands of terrorists in Kabul,” said Mitch McConnell. “Praying for the three U.S Marines and innocent civilians injured in the terrorist attacks near Kabul Airport today,” said Mike Pence. “Horrific. Our enemies have taken advantage of the chaotic nature of Biden’s withdrawal,” said Kevin McCarthy. (READ MORE: McCarthy, Who Backed Down On 2020 Election Challenge, Wants You To Know He’s Upset About Biden’s Afghanistan Disaster)

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“This Afghanistan Disaster wouldn’t have happened with Trump. The Taliban knew I would rain down fire and fury if any American personnel or interests were harmed, the likes of which have never been seen. This is a catastrophe of historic proportions,” President Trump wrote 5 days ago. Shortly before that statement, the former President pointed out that “the corrupt Presidential Election of 2020 got us here. Never would have happened if I were President!”

In reflection, along with the former President, many supporters of the America First movement have pointed out that if Republicans had fought for the concerns of their constituents last November, the destruction that the Biden regime has caused could possibly have ceased to exist.

Therefore, when Republicans, most of whom ignored evidence of election fraud, and in many cases moved to subvert the restoration of our Republic in the critical months after the election leading up to January 20, claim that Joe Biden must take full responsibility over the loss of American life in Afghanistan, they should think twice before jumping into the national condemnation of the Biden administration. As a many Americans have pointed out; they could have prevented this mess nearly 7 months ago.

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Andrew White is a Northern Virginia native. His work here at National File has been previously featured on Alex Jones’ Infowars and Revolver News. White is a constitutionalist Patriot, who focuses on social issues, election integrity, globalism, US politics, as well as general corporate and government corruption.




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