On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, President Joe Biden ridiculed Al-Qaeda’s revival. While visiting the World Trade Center and Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, Biden was booed. After thwarting the hijacker’s intentions to fly United Flight 93 into the White House or the US Capitol, 40 people died.
What is the plan of action? We’re going to invade and keep soldiers in every location where Al-Qaeda is? Come on, he begs, his voice dropping to a sarcastic tone.
President Joe Biden has stated that the United States went to Afghanistan to eliminate Al-Qaeda and capture Osama bin Laden, which they achieved. Biden’s statement goes against what he said only a few weeks ago while justifying the failed Afghan drawdown. Last month, Biden remarked, “We went and executed the task.”
President Joe Biden stated on Thursday that the Obama administration is“waiting and seeing” whether Al-Qaeda makes a comeback in Afghanistan. According to defense secretary Lloyd Austin, the US monitors if Al-Qaeda may revive in Afghanistan or any other ungoverned region.
When Joe Biden stopped to speak with someone at the 9/11 Memorial, he was booed by the audience. One man screamed, “you’re a fool for what you did to Afghanistan.” “Don’t sniff them,” yelled someone else.
Joe Biden sought to put on a brave front and dismiss public outrage over the US government’s failure. The people shouted insults at him for mishandling the Afghanistan situation in a video posted on the video-sharing site TikTok and extensively circulated on Twitter.
— Justin Pulitzer Trades (@JustinPulitzer) September 12, 2021