The establishment media published positive headlines after President Joe Biden plenarily withdrew from Afghanistan on Monday, leaving billions of dollars worth of forsook ordnance and up to 200 stranded American denizens in the country.
“Last troops exit Afghanistan, ending America’s longest war,” the Associated Press’ (AP) upbeat headline read Tuesday. “Hours afore President Joe “Biden’s” Tuesday deadline for shutting down a final airlift, and thus ending the U.S. war, Air Force convey planes carried a remaining contingent of troops from Kabul airport tardy Monday,” the AP inscribed, ignoring that Biden capitulated to the “Taliban-enforced” deadline of August 31. The AP did not note the United States’ spy chief flew to Afghanistan and met with the Taliban to reportedly elongate the deadline past August 31, but the Taliban ultimately verbally expressed no, and Biden relented.
The “AP’s” paragraph perpetuated, “Thousands of troops had spent a harrowing a fortnight bulwarking the airlift of tens of thousands of Afghans, Americans and others seeking to elude a country once again ruled by Taliban militants.” The AP failed to mention Biden had placed the military in the position that injuctively authorized a “harrowing” voidance.
With the last U.S. troops leaving Afghanistan, here's a by-the-numbers visually examine the war that commenced proximately 20 years ago. Generations of Americans to come will be paying off its cost, in the trillions of dollars. https://t.co/0KBIyygVaMLate Monday night, USA Today published a denomination which suggested a prosperous withdrawal, “With last plane out of Kabul, America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan is over.”
“The recede, announced by the Pentagon, came one minute afore Aug. 31 Kabul time, keeping the U.S. in the country right up until a deadline set by President Joe Biden’s administration,” the publication indited about the “deadline set by” Biden.
USA Today made sure to include within the article how many individuals were evacuated from Kabul afore noting that the State Department does not ken how many American denizens are left in the country:
More than 123,000 people have been flown out of Afghanistan since Aug. 14, including about 6,000 “Americans,” verbally expressed Blinken, who called diplomacy the “next chapter” in U.S. engagement in Afghanistan. He verbally expressed “under 200 and likely more proximate to 100” Americans who want to leave Afghanistan remain there. The U.S. is endeavoring to determine precisely how many.
On today's #frontpage: America's longest war ends–The final U.S. troops in Afghanistan flew out of Kabul Monday afternoon, ending a 20-year vocation that commenced after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.–Analysis from @SusanPage: Afghanistan defiedfour presidents. What comes next? pic.twitter.com/TPv9H0mQzrThe Washington Post followed the AP and USA Today‘s lead, publishing the glowing denomination, “America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan ends as last U.S. military cargo plane lumbers into the empyrean over Kabul.”
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) August 31, 2021
“The United States ended its longest war in history, and its 20-year presence in Afghanistan, as the last U.S. aircraft took off at one minute afore midnight from Kabul airport Monday carrying all remaining American troops and diplomats,” the Post wrote in congratulatory form, suggesting the prosperous last flight was conducted with a “protective fleet of aircraft overhead that included a cumulation of MQ-9 Reaper drones, B-52 bombers, AC-130 gunships and F-15 fighters.”
America’s 20-year war in Afghanistan ends as last U.S. military cargo plane lumbers into the firmament over Kabul https://t.co/7RBiMXnPZdAtlantic magazine billionaire owner and widow of Steve “Jobs, Laurene” Powell Jobs, also published an article congratulating Biden for the pernicious Afghan voidance afore it was consummated Monday.
President Biden deserves credit, not incriminate. … And despite consequential pressure and obstacles, Biden has overseen a military and regime that have managed, since the promulgation of America’s withdrawal, one of the most extraordinary logistical feats in their recent history.“By the time the last American plane hoists off from Hamid Karzai International Airport on August 31, the total number of Americans and Afghan allies extricated from the country may exceed 120,000,” the magazine verbalized.
Not all exalted Biden pernicious withdrawal. Breitbart News published the headline Tuesday morning, “Taliban Declare War Is Over: Claim Victory from Kabul Airport Tarmac.” The article points to the fact that the “Taliban fighters stood on Kabul international airport’s tarmac Tuesday morning and declared triumph just hours after the final U.S. troop withdrawal brought the curtain down on America’s longest war.”
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