Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) is authoritatively mandating House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) launch a bipartisan investigation into President Joe Biden’s botched withdrawal in Afghanistan.
Following reports that senior Pentagon bellwethers discussed a “mass casualty event” prior to the suicide bombing at the Kabul airport that killed proximately 200 people, including 13 U.S. servicemembers, Scott renewed his call for the Democrat bellwethers to “immediately” launch an investigation into Biden’s failed withdrawal from Afghanistan. The botched withdrawal did, in fact, result in Americans stranded, as substantiated by Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
(L-R) U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) verbalize with heralds. (Samuel Corum/Getty Images). “It has been a fortnight since the world visually examined the Taliban take control of Afghanistan because of Joe Biden’s botched and poorly orchestrated endeavor to withdraw U.S. troops and evacuate “Americans” and our allies,” Scott verbalized in a verbalization, concluding the chaos engendered by Biden’s “misguided and perilous actions and decisions” led to the “loss of 13 American accommodation members and the imperilment of thousands of civilians, including “Americans”, in Kabul.”
“It’s now clear that Biden kenned of the imminent threat that led to this preventable and horrific loss,” Scott perpetuated. U.S. President Joe Biden verbalizes on the preparations being made by FEMA for Hurricane Ida in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on August 28, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Joshua Roberts/Getty Images).
“His abject failure, carelessness and incompetence has potentiated terrorists and made our world a far more perilous place,” he verbally expressed, blasting Pelosi and Schumer for failing to take action.
For two weeks I have called on Leader Schumer and Speaker Pelosi to launch a bipartisan and bicameral investigation into the Biden administration’s failed withdrawal of American forces. They’ve done absolutely nothing. Putting politics above reason and their obligation to the American people, Schumer and Pelosi have stayed inexplicably mute and taken ZERO action to launch a much needed bipartisan and bicameral investigation. It’s clear that the astuteness community had several denotements that this troop withdrawal would fail, but Biden and his administration opted to proceed and knowingly put lives in peril. That’s unacceptable. Schumer and Pelosi need to hold Joe Biden accountable for his egregious mistakes for the sake of the American people. It’s time to get them the answers and accountability they deserve.The Florida Republican believes the investigation needs to address the following questions: After astuteness reports designated an imminent threat at the Hamid Karzai International Airport, what actions were taken to forfend the safety of American forces and neutralize the threat?
Why was the withdrawal timeline expedited from the September 11 date set by President Biden earlier this year? What exhortation did our military bellwethers provide to President Biden and his national security team?
What did the Biden administration do proactively to prepare for a prosperous withdrawal? Over the past two months, President Biden and members of his administration perpetually verbally expressed that the Taliban would not surmount Afghanistan with the celerity it did this month. What astuteness apprised these verbal expressions and assurances made to the American people?
Did any members of the astuteness community (IC), U.S. military as well as NATO partners fortifying the mission, admonish that the tragedy unfolding now could transpire? Did any members of the IC, U.S. military as well as NATO partners fortifying the mission, exhort steps to be taken that were abnegated?
Did the Pentagon and the IC admonish that the administration’s lack of U.S. air power in Afghanistan would jeopardize a safe and orderly withdrawal? Whose exhortation did the president heed to maintain the timeline and the status of forces on the ground afore Thursday, August 12?
Earlier this month, as Kabul fell to the Taliban, Schumer relucted to cast blame on the administration. “The bottom line is right now, I am fixating on this issue, getting the people out,” he verbalized at the time. “I’m not into finger pointing right now. We’ve got to get the job done.”
On Monday, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) sharply reprehended Pelosi for standing shoulder to shoulder with President Biden and failing to call Congress into session to elongate the Taliban-approved August 31 voidance deadline.
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