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The Biden Administration's Upside-Down View of Extremism

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Americans were treated to the theater of the absurd as they watched a humiliated Biden administration bend over backwards to paint the Taliban as some kind of trusted partner with a future in responsible governance.

Apparently, nobody got word to the Taliban that they were hurting Joe Biden's damage control international rehabilitation effort when they were committing door-to-door executions, cutting off tongues, preventing Americans from getting to the airport, and welcoming back Osama Bin Laden's security chief and arms supplier complete with a Cheshire Cat smile.

One of the worst examples of rose-colored awfulness was the States' Department spokesman, Ned Price, opining that these savages need to meet their "commitments and obligations in Afghanistan on freedom of travel, respecting basic rights of people, upholding ... commitments on counterterrorism, not carrying out reprisal violence against those who stayed, and forming an inclusive government."

Yeah. They won't be doing any of that. Asking an organization that traffics in terror to conduct counterterrorism operations was the most laughable part of an altogether shameful statement.

Price's ultimate boss, the watch-checker-in-chief, was quick to defend the Taliban when he noted that ISIS-K is the archenemy of the Taliban before zoning out for what seemed like forever in trying to explain away how his incompetence led to the deaths of 13 heroic Americans. ISIS-K are certainly the archenemy of the United States, but so is the Taliban. It's absurd to think that these various extremist groups that are aligned in their hatred of America would not cooperate to achieve a common goal, which was driving the U.S. out of Afghanistan at record speed while Americans were still trying to get past those........

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