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Figure 4 poster 160 said caught in the present by speech is his first speech is present to you would general assembly you might be scratching your head. You talked about America ready to leave the world while the world was still aghast at how bad the withdrawal with in Afghanistan and how our NATO allies were left without any decision-making authority would be a kind of abandoned them and said you go along with what we want to do or just be stuck here. We think about the issues facing the country right now our own border crisis that we talked about that yesterday of the broadcast. I week we have got. There's multiple failures that we talked about the idea that he was happily failures I could get through and still try to give this speech like it's reality problem with this speech was if if it's not reality it's celebrating disaster we have right now the French ambassador left the United States because we would behind it allies back to do a sub review with Australia, the fridge already had a contract for going back I was five years now. Again, there's ways to handle that if you thought it was better for the US provide higher level. Nuclear subs usually worked out a deal with your ally France instead completely stop and surprised they pulled their ambassador, you've got it.
Of course the Iran nuclear deal Jake Sullivan to that team. They'd love to still rush into the Iranian nuclear deal if they can, you know who's making it difficult that the Biden team.
It's a rod that he difficult to get back into the nuclear deal. The Keystone pipeline was canceled. No one got it at sacred for the Russia's board stream to gas pipeline at the parish climate agreement and these are things we've read joyed to the idea that American leadership is back is just not in line with where the country is right now with all the with all the issues that people would criticize Pres. Trump about with regard to foreign policy. Some of the ambassadors from NATO countries were pulled back right that none so you got the ambassador France Macomb decided to pull back their ambassador because we didn't do the diplomatic approach on that's it by limit and a good deal. Maybe the right thing for the United States but the way in which you handle it the way in which you deploy it is what's important here on the global scene. So you got as you said you got the situation with France got a situation with the disaster in Afghanistan. We talked about yesterday and then the border is just getting worse by the moment and by the way, for all my friends on the left. They complained about the harsh policies of Pres. Trump 3000 people were deported yesterday from the Rio Delta yeah del Rio area of Texas no hearings deported.
Sent back and by the way they were the country of origin was Haiti, but they a lot of them haven't lived in Haiti for 20 years so you know you got a dessert what you were complaining about the fence and border security and now we got 13,000 people. Yes 9000 today living under a bridge in del Rio Texas so this and he goes to the world stage and makes this pronouncement listen to my 45 I stand here today for the first time in 20 years United States not a war returned page all the unmatched strength, energy and commitment will and resources of our nation are now fully and squarely focused on what's ahead of us, not what was behind it. Again, this idea that United States is not at war returned the page with all the unmatched strength and energy. He doesn't talk about effect the war ended.
If we lost all the games that were made against terrorism. His top advisers are telling us that terrorists are coming back from Al Qaeda there to reconstitute that new ISIS.
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The ACLJ on Afghanistan. Far too many questions remain unanswered secretary pipette. Pompeo is joining is now a secretary. Let me just go right to this present Biden gave his first address to the UN Gen. assembly today played a little bit of sound for that for audience. The first five minutes the broadcast. He sounded triumphant about his ending of by the conflict in Afghanistan saying quote we ended 20 years of conflict Afghanistan as we close this period of relentless war were opening a new era of relentless diplomacy. Is this a good reflection of the state of the Biden foreign policy that suddenly were going from we've we've ended this relentless war and now it's relentless diplomacy you ordinate me forget that the bad guys played the cards to and that's what he forgot in Afghanistan.
It's that that the people I talked about the unanswered questions wheat we have some questions that are answered are still American, but by no matter American equipment behind. We know that this chaotic departure that it didn't have to be.
We left them a plan for the orderly transition. The orderly withdrawal of American folk stomach. The form set of conditions might they whipped up to create an arbitrary deadline on September 11 and we know that the net result of this was 13 American lives and chaos inside of the country that almost certainly will result in greater risk that were attacked from the play someday you might want to do things and as I looked at it down and look at the speech. I think it didn't we just was not realistic. It wasn't reality and it ignored. As we've said, the Afghan failure, it ignores the border crisis which is still an ongoing disaster. It's we got her.
I said this earlier. We got France with Roy pulling it's coming with all of the pushback we used to get then you used to get another is an opera present from Zach Sumter on diplomacy and whatnot. Which I think actually was great for America and when I remember defending this and then the France pulls back its diplomats from the United States because our diplomats did not evidently whether the deal was right or not beta and handle it diplomatically, I'll say it that way when you look at all of that. Does this speech to give more aid to our our friends or is it make a more cautious… Going on with your points all right.
I remember we were there. Were we to know anything about the equipment that we work with the barbarians at the gate breaking the international Institute and then the guys who end up having the fund called ambassador back in about 90 groundbreaking speaking at the UN mass murderer, now running around in there sitting in began talking to him. I must say that that the vision that we had not remember the President or speak to you at but it was a coherent area became the top and international institutions are failing. The world American security and that sovereign nations are that the right wing approach that that's how we built out our foreign policy today. What we saw was a pretty incoherent understanding. And when when present, Biden said that he is on the foremost close of terrorism. I must say that these have been taken up. Carolyn human reviewed with the deal with the Taliban, who we know are terrorists is worded so deeply and confess them with the actions we thing in the first a month and that they cannot help that again actually live up to that commitment that you made to make sure the character didn't be caught wherever we find it we know the present Obama that I could run for it looks like this is the second iteration of that model is something ACLJ.org and it's titled on Afghanistan.
Far too many questions remain unanswered, as brand-new from secretary Pompeo up and ACLJ.org now it seems as though you got present Biden's position, he's restarting the American people.
He is addressing the UN like you did today like putting a bow on the Afghanistan withdrawal like this is done but it's see the dish that like in your piece so many questions remain unanswered, I think was the will of his will that New York is upset about how many people actually had the special immigrant visa only 3% of 60,000 of the 60,000 Africans. I got out during the airlift secretary pipette that the DHS essay. Only 3% of those were the SIV's gonna be a lot of gnashing and on your people will likely go all committed to coming… That I don't think there was a rational path forward for this so that would may work. People who were deserving of getting a chance to come to market.
We made promises to over the last 20 years or cable to get out to see some of them still struggling to find their way back, and I'm sure some of them are going to vanish and then we have people who came in and I'm convinced will be trying to figure out a way to either find a crime that they committed because they are putting Americans at risk or try to get them back out of the country with chaotic departure from Afghanistan and he said an arbitrary deadline might want to get everybody out.
Make no mistake about it each time we would evaluate the conditions right have we met the challenges that America so we can actually do that and we grew down we put an enormous cost on the Taliban in a way that made sure we protected American courses at American property in the country so we could deliver an orderly transition present Biden just just to make it chaotic that the exit – is been unbelievable, actually. And when you get statements like this and this is you point this out in your article is posted ACLJ.org that in Germany did Chancellor Merkel's most likely successor called the execution of the withdrawal from Afghanistan, quote the greatest debacle that NATO has experienced since its foundation. Now that is a huge statement. Secretary Pompeo. It's a huge statement because of the ramifications of what it means because the United States orchestrated that withdrawal. We are quick we grow it present. Biden picked the date the hour On American forces.
He forced about constraint that require them to abandon Bob Romer-based the one asset that could really deliver high-volume explication of our equipment and out the American people from the country of these were political decisions, not strategic decision is not military to the commander-in-chief himself made the call and our NATO ally. Report they are not happy about it and they went and that will set of relationships that that that were clever, but I get to chuckle with it with. I was accompanied Pompeo. It was good to destroy made out we we made out weekly. Wait, wait, wait, we build that it was $400 billion more resource when we left and when we came in we had developed a relationship that was prickly at time for sure. Now you can see our NATO allies and partners. Very worried that American credibility is nonexistent. I remember actually be some meetings when you know we were dismantling NATO that was the allegation right and you know the ministrations dismantling NATO and your offices are and it was really all about you and the President saying NATO partners have to actually financially participate in this defense. So, meanwhile, nothing happens in a negative way would NATO is stronger than it's ever been. And then it's Joe Bynes administration that just bungles this withdrawal, which cost 13 lives of Marines and then seven kids in that whole disaster where they went after the allegedly was to be at the summit was about to do a terrorist act was a worker and I just think that duplicity in this of the media them. Mike is unreal. Here it is a real disservice to the American people the world accurately reflect these two very different visions for America's national security and what they really mean on the ground how they impact American life. We know them that their brothers and sisters and kids that are serving in our Armed Forces around the world. We we built them. We resource them will make sure that we protect them everywhere. We have an attack on an American soldier, sailor, airman, Marine 2019 remarkable capacity for peace through strength he could come in and put those kids at risk and the media want to tell the story, the precise opposite way hundred 80° out and it's made in the service to our young men and women in uniform and understand the risk when you travel the world and apologize but America you put us at risk was much more enjoyable traveling trump administration. The Obama ministration, especially in countries we do work and where is always a cut maybe because it's not always allies with the USB think they was a healthy respect for what it meant to be an American. I went when you were overseas and you were just part of the day the European espresso sipping class at the UN about final question for today sir tape up there exist. All of these issues to address this one question, but for the final question is I didn't just try to move on past Afghanistan move on pasties. These disasters at its can be up to the American people can be up to people like you speaking out our broadcast but also Congress I and your former colleagues of the house.
The Senate, they gotta continue to press on this as well. I believe the American people with American weakness in the bi-demonstration wasn't ready for prime time.
What was ready to execute this really important mission set until I I don't think by the fact that present Biden wants to turn the page and pretend that Afghanistan was a happy departure in a successful departmental think the American people that think they can see whether or not that's not the case. I suspect that this will be in their mind for awfully long time to come to Pompeo's always great to have you as part of the TVP mixer fly just as the new piece by Sec. Pompeo's often ACLJ.org it's on Afghanistan.
Far too many questions remain unanswered. That's brand-new just up this firstname.lastname@example.org we write back on secular encourage support the work of ACLJ really come back with record out. I get a blog. His career before becoming a ambassador at the United Nations will talk to today about the speech. The impact there only one. A society can agree that the most vulnerable invoice is, is there any hope for that culture to survive. And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life.
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I've seen hundreds of world leaders speeches and this was the typical UN lingo just regurgitating a bunch of the UN lingo and I think the way you say it is exactly right.
It doesn't match reality may luck. We got to permanent members of the Security Council, the United States and France, who currently have no ambassadors in each other's country. France has withdrawn their ambassador because of the way they've been treated by the Biden team that wasn't even mentioned mean this is that the UN Security Council is everything at the UN to members are fighting and the end. Biden didn't even mention that this was just a bunch of lingo regurgitated and I think everybody in that room love it because they don't face reality.
They don't live in the in the real world. It's a bunch of diplomats you know we had experience with you and also for almost 20 years are your courses you nor your present law injustices and NGO with the United Nations would intervene on countless cases, mostly involving religious liberty religious freedom around the globe for people being persecuted for their faith, but I found it ironic that Joe bind the President today starts is less play that bite.
Actually, where he talks about the 20 years first President 20 is not to be awarded to comply comply. I stand here today for the first time in 20 years United States not at war returned to pay all the unmatched strength, energy and commitment will and resources of our nation now fully and squarely focused on what's ahead of us, not what was behind it was interesting words which you would not have written I would not have written because it's actually not accurate so we may not be at a bullets for work. We got, you know ammunition going off and troops being deployed, but let's be realistic.
We got a major crisis with Iran. We got a major crisis with China rush is certainly rattling their sabers and the approach appears to me Rick is that this administration basically says well we actually don't have troops deployed thus were not in battle. Well, that's not the truth either.
I don't want to going to great details about our intelligence capabilities. But the reality is is that we do and he should know that he was not properly briefed and whoever signed off on that phrase I think has their head in the sand deal with this is you and I have talked about this before J we got national security advisor with an academic and when you write a white paper and you see the world on a one dimensional piece of paper that is fundamentally different than the information you get on the ground in the real world and that's why now were finding all of these intelligent State Department and DoD officials are coming forward to have been warning the Biden team for months that there would be a collapse in Afghanistan and they just ignore this information and they go to the UN and they speak to a bunch of people who also ignore reality.
You know that the diplomats there in New York. I know them very well. They don't represent their people and means 69 of those countries that Joe Biden spoke to criminalize homosexuality. Nine of those countries will put will kill you for being gay and there wasn't a lack of decriminalization talk from Joe Biden. We didn't talk about Kosovo, Serbia and the Balkans issue. Joe Biden didn't mention a word of that I could go through a litany of issues that Joe Biden didn't even mention but instead he talked a lot about how much money were going to give to other countries for infrastructure and climate issues and this was a speech that was not America. First it was globalization. First, you know, we know that this is we know that this is happening in it in a couple of different areas right and that we got issues where the speeches were given the speechwriters, right speech, we all understand that.
But the problem is the difficulty I would say it to. The problem is the reality is not that you mentioned that that the human rights and peace of me I could add to that in the West Bank and Gaza pastors and others thrown off the tops of buildings were still giving them a Chinese Chinese genocide so why would you not address the human rights issues.
Yeah, I don't understand that it's global talk, it's what the UN wants you don't address it because it makes people uncomfortable in that situation.
We talked about this before Joe Biden maximizes consensus. He wants the world to like him.
And when you going to that room talk in these, you know, big lofty phrases you can't point out countries that are problem I will say this, I was very uncomfortable to see the section on Israel because when he when he said his his couple of lines.
He said well let's declare you and we want to Jewish state, and then he said in front of that huge hundred and 93 member UN assembly Hall which is hostile towards Israel. He uttered the words, but right after he said we wanted to Jewish state by and then he went on to talk about how you know we've got somehow have two state solution where the Palestinian Authority gets this and that you know there's money coming into the Palestinian Authority. I just am very uncomfortable when a unit United States President does anything but support Israel unequivocally, especially at the nation. We play that because the you write the reference errors is pretty troubling. Take a listen to manage tensions around the world must seek a future greater peace and security for all people of the Middle East commemorating Stacy's insecurities Rob? Support our support for an independent Jewish state is unequivocal, but I continue to believe that two state solution is the best way to insurers or Israel's future as a Jewish democratic state living in peace alongside a viable sovereign and democratic Palestinian state. Again, it's a faith that brought talk prettier talk about that that they like to hear to you surprising to me is if he did deposit the end. Even though we know our NATO allies are not happy with this. You think Rick the world was applauding at the UN because they like.
This position of America. They like America in the spot where we look we look like we need everybody's help or give throughout all the money make friends again by got money even though diplomatically we got mistake after mistake piling up still rather have that America than a strong yet I think the only difference is they would say they're not necessarily cheering for a week.
America even though we know they are, they would just say we want consensus we want everybody to be equal in and what I've always said when I was at the UN as people are equal countries are not equal.
And we need to not shy away from that there's only one country at the United Nations that gets in trouble for pushing its own agenda and that the United States when you have negotiations in the Security Council. There's 14 countries pushing what's best for them. The Germans pushed in and praise or a statement from the UN.
What is best for Germany and everybody at the UN knows that that's the case in the United States should be able to do that to but we doubt we apologize on the world stage is always great to have you on the part of the ACLJ team, especially attempts were spent time at the UN as the mastery before becoming active recognition of his insight into what this speech meant at the UN. We come back home calls 2064, 31 to did you catch Biden speech. How do you think America looks to the world what hundred 64 3110 ACLJ's been on the frontline protecting your freedom is defending your rights in court in Congress and in the public arena. The American Center for Law and Justice is on your side, you're already a member.
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There's a lot of fishing there to break down and analyze take your phone calls to one 800-6831 10 F you heard that first half-hour of broadcasts you heard of Sec. Pompeo Ricker now both giving their army had a former Secretary of State.
So you would of course working at the international level with all these countries diplomatically key that had Rick Rick Smith as he said almost 10 years of his career before becoming a pastor before becoming the acting director – intelligence he was our lead spokesperson at the United Nations for a permanent or permit the permanent US mission at the UN in New York and so he was there for the war on terror. He understands the tough times of the UN times man went with these artist tough in the position for America to be so what we saw was a speech resident by that was so out of touch with reality. Internet China about Russia by day. The specific issues of problems and the Chinese leader just voted in via via taped message right so it is a different time at the you but also shows I get weak over the still you would think if this was a time when you try to bring the world together and I coming to the table either.
There there plotting. I really do believe is as we talk everything they applauded the end because they like the decisions he made like with Afghanistan because Americans we could well look… Is notice was possibly his big speech in front of the United Nations which was and it was supposed to also be foreign policy issues.
Let's go through the foreign policy issues. We had a botched harm withdrawal from Afghanistan terrible coming disaster starting Marines killed seven kids this on the exit to aid workers as soon as he took office he stopped building the security fence on our border and what happens there.
Well we got 12,000 people under a bridge in del Rio Texas, not 3000 of them were deported yesterday snow doing mass deportations. By the way, if it could you imagine what would be going on in the media that was present in front doing is mass deportations this for a moment. This imagine it.
Then we entered into a major renegotiation or in the defense deal with the night with the UK and Australia by snubbing France. So that's my France withdraws its ambassador. This is not under Donald Trump. This is under Joe Biden. America's back leadership from Paul's is ambassador because we didn't diplomatically handle it appropriately. He wants to get back into the Iran nuclear deal.
He canceled the Keystone pipeline so were more responsible now and more more reliant on overseas energy sources refuses to sanction a company that's in charge of building Russia's NORAD to gas line and he extended the new start treaty with Russia provide worst ears which allows Russia to continue to build more nuclear weapons. And of course rejoin the Paris climate court. Those are the accomplishments in the first nine months while Prof. Hutchinson can imagine the next nine months I cannot.
I think the Biden administration has engaged in a parade of Festival of celebrating failure. Pres. Biden has suggested that the United States is on the move that his program of building back better is working to to improve the world. In essence, however, the bill back better program is nothing less than the celebration of weakness and surrender says we have now turned the page we have turned the page by opening our borders to migrant crisis. We have turned the page by stabbing France in the back with turned the page by killing 10 civilians rather than Isys K and Afghanistan.
We have turned the page by surrendering to the terrorist that called the tele-band and Afghanistan so it's an unmitigated disaster. We come back with you to UI.
The discussion also like to get your thoughts at 1-800-684-3110 G think the American people will understand how unrealistic this speech was how it was not a speech based in the reality of the world.
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A team is monitoring that politically Joe Biden again just at at the UN because he talks about joining the human rights Council talked with Rick Gravelle about the lack of human rights being really addressed specifically in the speech that specifics in the speech, but anytime it genocide going on here that the speaker after Joe Biden was was a presidency of China US Pres. call him out right before that he was able to keep his speech you do it live right, but that didn't call him out for his his government conducting when the State Department continues to acknowledge like the Trump State Department is a genocide, a genocide remember what happened to Omar Bashir.
There were there were warrants out for his arrest. Ultimately overthrown by his own people and tried by his own people in Sudan. That's how you deal with people that commit genocide international arrest warrants out you isolate them entirely, but now if you're China and you got economic backing. You can commit genocide against your own people, which is a you a definition, exactly, is typically defined by the UN post-World War II post-the Holocaust rectify these different things was a crime against humanity. What's genocide. There's different things in the state.
Harbison what's happened to the Uighur Muslims in China is genocide.
Yet Muslim genocide of Muslims.
You would think it to you when you would be true that there are a lot of majority Muslim countries that have a lot of sway and many of them are allies. A lot of those countries are our allies toward the ignoring of human rights and human rights abuses is really impressive and I want to go to West Smith on this and let's get your take on overall the kind of approach that Joe Biden took here. It's a break from reality in its sand and away in a way to deplore some of the policies. Most of the decisions he's made it a way. I feel sorry for him to wear a country in crisis J, we have a faltering leader.
We are extreme political divisions at home, even though he promised that he would unite us and be a President for all people and we have a break from the harsh reality when it comes to the results of policies and decisions that is making you have your bad choices bad policies combined with when that happens, a poor execution of things once it's made those bad choices bad implementation of of you trying to do some of the policies and choices and then combined with that a denial of any negative reactions to the policies and decisions. Once there, may our enemies are emboldened are allies are confused and disappointed and I think the rest of the world is hesitant and are doubtful about America's role in the world. So the one hand, J. I feel sorry for Joe Biden truly sorry for not state slider treatment being present is hard on anyone who takes the job he was older and weaker.
When he began. He is now faltering to staff is shielding him what we have, J is a leadership crisis. He is inept and that is not a harsh political judgment is just realities. The reality what's going on from the polls reflect principles aside, let's talk about this reality fan.
The reality is France has withdrawn its ambassador cleanup from United States talking about some hostile regime talk about France. Now you gotta have Jami look I would make a couple points to piggyback on your conversation with Wes. First of all, it's just unequivocally true that the world is a better place when America is strong in J. I can tell you firsthand course, you don't need to hear that you been there many times before the United Nations J it's only a force for good in any sense of the word when the United States is filling the straw.
The role of strength that was designed to fill at its origins. Remember, people need understand this United States is one of the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council. It is designed to have veto power is designed to lead with strength, not through consensus, as is Rick talk so much about NJ. There was a section in the speech right think it really articulated the biggest problem with the whole approach of this administration was the section where he talked about rejoining the, the human rights Council even though China, Cuba, Pakistan, and Russia still sit on the Council of human rights.
He talked about re-engaging with the World Health Organization even though they haven't called out China's role for for covert. He talked about rejoining, the Paris climate court even though the rest of the world is in their J United States has to make sure that these portions of the United Nations actually work for good, rather than just doing whatever they want. You can't just acquiesce to them and that's with that section of the speech suggested to me you I think that what when I come away with this heritage as well as that this interest it's it's angry because up a place for people this is that as much as we got on human rights and it was bundled up with his basis we rejoin the human rights Council, which is not about even necessarily great about human rights tropical fish left because they spend most of time attacking Israel they don't attack the genocide in China. They don't talk about the treatment of women, girls, minorities in other countries the take Alyssa because this is the basis only time he mentioned it by 51 were back at the table. International form, especially United Nations to focus attention and to spur global action and shared challenges wearing gay at the World Health Organization working in close partnership with Kovacs to deliver life-saving vaccines around the world, we rejoin the cars climate agreement and were running three take a seat in the human rights Council next year at the UN and as United States seeks to rally the world action will they not just an example our power but God willing, with the power of our example you're free to call out the real human), you're free to call out the real abuses by China, Iran, Alyssa Gallant at least pull list of who's on the human rights Council would go ahead and respond. But I want will doubtless Jordan, you're absolutely correct. So one of the things about Joe Biden that is so appalling is his willingness to use language language, such as openness, inclusion, tolerance, commitment to human rights and it's all backed with out any principal, so he ignores religious liberty rights in China.
He ignores the genocide effectively that's going on in Nigeria.
He ignores with the Taliban is doing unto women under Joe Biden's watch, and he even ignores the human rights of American citizens who were left behind deliberately arguably and intentionally by the Biden administration. So if Pres. Biden wishes to demonstrate a commitment to human rights, then he needs to back that a claim with action. So far it's fecklessness on steroids. We look who's on this list, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia is going through some of them to Cuba, Sri Lanka, Sudan. I'm looking at cytosine and Afghanistan, Vietnam, and then there's some good countries and I think a country country, a diverse respect but this is the listers that this is a you sit down with as if this is somebody we are running so hopefully we get elected to be part of this unbelievable group of human rights abuses, and this is part of what I mean when I say it's a break from reality is that he is clueless as to how the real world operates how our enemies look at asked how are allies now look at us and dislike it totally is lost on him and I was thinking about our country as a whole because not only are we struggling with some of his foreign policy decisions and rhetoric were also struggling at home J and we are resilient as American people we truly are, but you after listening to the speech today.
I am more convinced than ever. We are also in big trouble and there's a denial that we even are in trouble which makes it even more frightening we come back to break your cousin 164 3110.
The same for the final thing broadcast that there is this idea but by Pres. Biden's speech that the that I want to play for people to because it's this idea that your stand up stronger for allies were therefore allies were to be there for all of our allies. We have that's not this is not what the US did a week we we abandon our allies. The fact that you will type at this for second in the first half hour broadcast at a 60,000 Afghans. They evacuated made a big deal about how many people airlifted out only 3% of those people where people were supposed to get out of Afghanistan was mostly the priorities and Afghanistan. So what does that mean hardly any of the people they assisted the US or 20 years risking their life got out and the Taliban can go through and continue to execute the and eliminate them from Afghanistan.
We have no presence there.
We got note note in the seat. We have noted a strong diplomacy with no diplomatic mission in Afghanistan. We gave up our embassy that George Floyd of Euro outside the activity no longer whatever side you're on. Whatever issues right left when you care about to tell bended that that that mural painted over it with a Taliban flag use of the symbol of defeating America.
We didn't win that conflict that somehow you win a conflict with a conflict in the moment while you're leaving terror groups to respond and are killing Americans like the Marines who were killed and Americans get left behind. We come back will take you focus and take your thoughts away hundred 64 3110] secular only when a society can agree that the most vulnerable invoice is, is there any hope for that culture to survive. And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life.
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These are countries that deal with real revolutions, continuous basis to lose people overthrown lack of lack of think about Afghanistan, who was at the UN, what, where, and who were they represent Zagat's Attala bands get a company to be the representative you enter the people that were left behind there that's real Civil War and real insurrection revolution change that.
April protested with that one day so you know I'm trying to figure out an area you tell me from wondering when someone in the speechwriting contacts put this in there as if this was an equal comparison to what's going on and all these other countries Venezuela I can go through the list because it's not. I think you're absolutely correct and I think the explanation is quite simple. Ruth Weiss, a distinguished analyst points out that if you look at Napoleon. He lost why on the fields of Eaton's. I would trust upper-class school in Britain, where people learn what perseverance strength and principal.
So the Afghanistan war was lost. Where in the halls of Harvard in the halls of jail in the hot halls of Princeton where these elites who were advising Joe Biden learn to hate America so I think at the end of the day of Biden's remarks at the UN reflect that hatred which goes back 30, 40, even 50 years and so at the end of the day. There's this equivalence between what happened. Let's say on January 6 with what's going on, let's say in Afghanistan right now or in Enron where people are literally being terrorized on a daily basis. So it was interesting because our senior advisor Rick Grenell said this, I think it was it was appropriate and that is that the senior advisors to the vine administration.
Col. Smith are professors and that's an and they're making this a nice follow-up with Eric that this is becoming an academic exercise whether the reality what happened on January 6 was horrible. It was not the Civil War that it was not the violent overthrow of government. It was really bad actors doing really bad things are being really punished and I can't really believe it was never at risk.
Let's be clear where much stronger than that know our democracy was not only at risk, but the principles and ideals of who we are. Poor country. It was not at risk either part of the crowd that is in academia and part of the crowd, likely in the Biden administration.
They are the ones who deny uniqueness of America. They deny American exceptionalism is so in an effort to somehow be humble entrance parent before the world they actually arbitrate the principles that make us who we are and those principles are the principles on which the rest of the world largely hope and he's denying that it is believe it. Is there something in your designated rent were designated representatives to the UN. So when you see is going to give everybody a sense of what is really taking place here. Well, you're inside a hostel room. Quite frankly, near inside a hostel into the United States or inside a hostel room to many of our allies, including Israel. I mean, one of the facts we throw out a lot of Jamie don't just throw it out, but we do it to further describe the tenor of the room. There are more sensors passed in that room against Israel than all of the other nations of the world combined. So, not those esteemed human rights supporters of China, Cuba, Pakistan, and Russia that make up the human rights Council. No are targeted against Israel. So went when the United States President. It takes the stage to address that audience.
J. In my view, he shouldn't be using that as an opportunity to engage domestic politics or domestic spats, but by the way, I actually think that would be a great issue for him to truly lead on here domestically because I think both sides have a lot of work to do when it comes to political discourse in the United States. But when you are on the world stage J you need.
The United States President to lead with strength because quite frankly that's what the rest of the world needs for him as well. So when you go up and you deliver a speech like this where it's basically just pandering to the wishes of the world. In my view J takes you down a very dangerous road. And if you look at history just look back at the Obama administration. It leads you to a place where at the end of that time they were actually abandoning our allies in the United Nations Security Council. I hope we don't get there again. But J, this looks an awful lot like that to me.
But you know are Sec. my work. Some of the back to the situation the border from Jordan. His were looking at people coming into the United States that we plant. We should play this again this is really one set up a little bit. This is really troubling that of the thousands that come in or 60,000 individuals at 3% RSI base and to go see and savor it. You have to listen to a long brightens the hearing in Congress today by 52 of the over 60,000 individuals who brought up and brought into the United States, and I will give you approximate figures and I will verify them approximately 7% have been United States citizens. Approximately 6% have been lawful permanent residence approximately 3% have been individuals who are in receipt of the special immigrant visas. The balance of that population are individuals whose applications have not yet been processed for approval who may qualify as SIV's and have not yet applied who qualifier would qualify.
I should say is P1 or P2 refugees who have been employed by the United States government in Afghanistan and are otherwise vulnerable Afghan nationals such as journalists, human rights advocates, etc. they go 3% are individuals who are have their special immigrant visas. Only 7% were people who are US citizens 60 will often put all those numbers together.
The vast majority just random at all and say just in the methane you did the match is now. What was it back and enact an 84% of these people date. We don't know who they are, no idea about this for a moment that is at work for you, and it it becomes not only a total mess up in Afghanistan, it becomes a national security issue course this is what so this is you know if the meeting was fair, which they're not, they would be pointing this out 7060 to 70,000 people come here and most of them we have no idea what they are and who they are based on an airplane sill of Americans in their noble leader getting out but I mean this is this is just shows you the whole nonsense.
So that was our day at the UN that was America's re-engagement with the world. It's a joke it's not a joke because it's too serious this fiasco. Now how do you handle the fiasco to keep pushing back like were doing at the ACLJ you get information you get that information out and you keep engagement rights until the agent email@example.com is a brand-new piece it just went up this morning) on the air by Sec. Pompeo on Afghanistan specifically said far too many questions remain unanswered ghost those when you just heard from DHS Sec. you understand why asking these questions getting answers these questions shocking. You might not like what you hear.
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