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Taliban Embarrass Joe Biden, Show Off Captured US Weapons In Victory Parade

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The Taliban just made Joe Biden hang his head in shame and showed off all their captured USA weapons in a victory parade in Afghanistan. 

In videos posted on social media, the Taliban showed off all the weapons, vehicles, and other hardware left behind by both Afghan and US forces after the chaotic and deadly withdrawal. Look, Biden could argue that it costs more to bring it all home, which it does, or he could argue that the Afghan army handed over the weapons for money and safe passage, which is probably true.

But a picture is worth a thousand words and these images will come back to haunt the Dems in the midterms. Most Americans are not happy with Biden’s debacle and all the GOP has to do is remind the voters with the below images and ride the red wave home.

And look, we will see more and worse from over there so Biden should start looking at impeachment lawyers because that is going to happen as soon as the GOP takes the House.

From The Drive:

The Taliban held an absolutely massive victory parade in the Afghan city of Kandahar today, involving dozens of U.S.-supplied vehicles that the group captured from the former Afghan National Defense and Security Forces as it seized control of the country.

At least one ex-Afghan Air Force UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter flew overhead during the procession, which took at least 35 minutes to pass by in its entirety. Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada, the Taliban’s current supreme leader, or Emir, was widely expected to make an appearance at a following rally, but did not.

From CNN:

Standing on the Kabul airport runway on Tuesday, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told a small crowd that: “This victory belongs to us all.”

He was joined by heavily armed fighters from the Taliban’s Badri 313 special forces brigade, kitted out in camouflage uniforms and desert boots.

Mujahid congratulated the Taliban fighters who had lined up, and indeed “the whole of the nation.”

Only one Afghan region is still holding out against the Taliban’s rule: the Panjshir Valley — a strategic slice of territory about 90 miles north of Kabul that was once a stronghold for the mujahideen fighting the Soviets and is now the seat of the resistance movement.

Ali Nazary, spokesperson for the anti-Taliban National Resistance Front (NRF) of Afghanistan, said Wednesday that NRF forces had inflicted heavy casualties on Taliban attackers attempting to fight their way into Panjshir via the Gulbahar area, damaging the militant group’s weaponry and sending them retreating.