Yeah, so Great Britain has pretty much been America's closest ally in the last 100 years of world history, despite our salty breakup in 1776.
That makes this an insanely unprecedented move:
Yep. The Brits just censured Biden, holding him in contempt over the debacle that's unfolding in Afghanistan.
You'd think this would be front-page news, right? I mean, Trump would have had 5 days over coverage if he shook the British Prime Minister's hand the wrong way, let alone BEING HELD IN CONTEMPT BY THEIR LEGISLATURE!
Nope, all's quiet on the American news front!
Where's ABC, CBS, and NBC? Where's the New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times, and others?? This is a huge international story of American embarrassment! You'd think they'd want to cover this, especially since Joe said "America is back" after he got elected and I was thoroughly informed that the grown-ups are now back in charge!
All crickets from the media. I guess they have more important things to do, like writing stories on how evil people who think differently than them are.
Here's one member of parliament talking about the mess:
And some other quotes, courtesy of Tucker Carlson's team:
Other liberal members of parliament, including Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer and Labour MPs Chris Bryant and Khalid Mahmood, denounced the president as well.
"The Biden government have just come in and, without looking at what is happening on the ground, have taken a unilateral decision, throwing us and everybody else to the fire," Mahmood said.
Many of these MPs took specific offense to Biden's criticism of Afghan soldiers and the Afghan army.
The Tory chairman of the foreign affairs committee, Tom Tugendhat, spent some time fighting alongside those soldiers, so he didn't mince any words when addressing the president's "shameful" comments.
"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, with The Telegraph noting that several MPs murmured in approval.
Conservative leaders also joined in on the condemnation.
Lord Howard, a former Tory leader, described Biden's withdrawal as "a catastrophic mistake which may well prove to be the defining legacy of his presidency."
Just to add insult to injury, Biden reportedly ignored British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's phone calls for 36 hours when he was trying to reach him as Kabul descended into chaos.
I'm sure the media will get right on this public shaming (of our favorite president ever) by our closest ally in front of the entire world, right?
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