The eerie similarity between the fall of Saigon and the fall of Kabul isn’t the only episode of déjà vu Democrats have given us lately.
This picture sums up the hapless Joe Biden:
Speaking toward the end of his remarks at FEMA headquarters, the installed occupant of the White House:
Biden: “I’m not supposed to take any questions, but go ahead.”
Media: “Mr President, on Afghanistan”… [Biden interrupts]
Biden: “I’m not going to answer Afghanistan now”. [Walks away]
.This is the fifth time in 10 days Joe Biden has refused to answer questions about the crisis in Afghanistan that he created. There are 13 dead U.S. service members, and the commander in chief refuses to address the questions.
In other news:
“Has there ever been a clearer window into the society they’re trying to build?”
Fox News host Tucker Carlson issued a stark warning Tuesday, emphasising that “we’re seeing now what happens when countries tolerate authoritarians, even for a moment” as people worldwide are being told to submit to increasingly draconian “rules” in the wake of the pandemic.
Carlson noted “Has there ever been a clearer window into the society they’re trying to build? Our formerly middle-class nation now has a serf class. They’re the ones wearing the masks, being forced to take drugs they don’t want, being told not to communicate with one another, except through digital channels the Democratic Party controls.”
He continued, “We now have two groups of Americans, not a broad middle. The favored and the unfavored. The saved and the damned. The vaccinated and the unvaccinated. That’s how the architects of all this see the country.”
Carlson also pointed to former NSA head Michael Hayden’s assertion that Trump supporters should be sent to Afghanistan to die.
“That’s how contemptuous they feel about you,” Carlson noted, adding “Shut up and fetch another glass of Riesling, serf. And be sure not to breathe on me, or you’ll be deported.”
“These are bad attitudes and are accelerating. How far can this go, you wonder?” he questioned.
Carlson also described some of the insane policies being put into place in Australia and New Zealand, describing them as akin to North Korea.