Tucker Carlson: How Americans have been abandoned in Afghanistan, and why those who are responsible won’t apologize

“Contrition is an essential part of fixing a problem.”

PS: I learned a lot about the President of Afghanistan and how he got the job.

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4 Responses to Tucker Carlson: How Americans have been abandoned in Afghanistan, and why those who are responsible won’t apologize

  1. stella says:


  2. Lucille says:

    Yes, that was quite the revelation re how Ghani became President. He denies that he took a planeload of American cash with him. Since Russia was the one who said they saw it, it just might be the old USSR-type propaganda. Time will tell. But, frankly, that bothers me a great deal less than our leaving Americans behind and the military not doing its job of protecting Americans.

    Sent out by Yon:
    Aug 31, 2021 at 1:02pm
    The Last Real Marine

    Aug 31, 2021 at 1:44pm
    Army Colonel, “Yes, we are fucking abandoning American Citizens”
    Blue are my chats. There are more like this.


  3. Lucille says:

    Segment from Gary Bauer’s column at patriotpost:
    The American Spirit

    I’ve been on the road the last few days, and I’ve seen how many Americans have been gripped by anger, sadness and mourning. I’ve seen flags on homes lowered to half-staff. I know there were many prayers for the families of our fallen heroes in many churches this Sunday.

    But there was something else springing out of Trump’s America. It’s not clear who started it, but at bars and restaurants all over America, tables were set with 13 empty places. Some included 13 drinks. In some cases, a small American flag was placed at the table. Others included the names of the fallen.

    No one dared disturb the tables at whatever establishment they were in. This was an example of what Abraham Lincoln referred to as the “mystic chords of memory” that unite patriot graves everywhere.

    There’s a song from Les Miserables, “Do You Hear The People Sing,” that became an anthem of the MAGA movement. But there’s another song from that same play called, “Empty Chairs At Empty Tables.” Here are some of the lyrics:

    “There’s a grief that can’t be spoken
    There’s a pain goes on and on
    Empty chairs at empty tables
    Now my friends are dead and gone…

    “The very words that they had sung
    Became their last communion
    On this lonely barricade
    At dawn…

    “Oh my friends, my friends
    Don’t ask me what your sacrifice was for
    Empty chairs at empty tables
    Where my friends will sing no more.


  4. Lucille says:

    Biden’s Afghanistan Surrender: The Day America Died
    “The United States has broken the most fundamental commitment of trust, safety, and security.”

    Statement from national security analyst Gen. B.B. Bell, U.S. Army (Ret.), on the military exfil from Afghanistan….


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