Joe Biden oversaw a botched Afghanistan withdrawal in 2021 which left 13 service members dead and thousands left behind to fend for themselves against the Taliban.
Biden’s disastrous leadership during the withdrawal led to the deaths of:
Marine Corps Lance Cpl. David L. Espinoza, 20, of Rio Bravo, Texas
Marine Corps Sgt. Nicole L. Gee, 23, of Sacramento, California
Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Darin T. Hoover, 31, of Salt Lake City, Utah
Army Staff Sgt. Ryan C. Knauss, 23, of Corryton, Tennessee
Marine Corps Cpl. Hunter Lopez, 22, of Indio, California
Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Rylee J. McCollum, 20, of Jackson, Wyoming
Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Dylan R. Merola, 20, of Rancho Cucamonga, California
Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Kareem M. Nikoui, 20, of Norco, California
Marine Corps Cpl. Daegan W. Page, 23, of Omaha, Nebraska
Marine Corps Sgt. Johanny Rosariopichardo, 25, of Lawrence, Massachusetts
Marine Corps Cpl. Humberto A. Sanchez, 22, of Logansport, Indiana
Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jared M. Schmitz, 20, of St. Charles, Missouri
Navy Hospitalman Maxton W. Soviak, 22, of Berlin Heights, Ohio
Joe Biden said he has “no apologies” for what he did in regards to his decision to withdraw from Afghanistan without leaving some troops on the ground.
The Biden gang gave $1 Billion to Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover and theTreasury Department and USAID won’t say where the money went.
And now, the Biden emboldened Taliban is moving ahead with their destruction of freedom and rights for women by denying them access to a university education.
Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers have banned university education for women nationwide, as they continue to crush rights to education and freedom.
Despite promising a softer rule when they seized power last year, the Taliban have ratcheted up restrictions on all aspects of women’s lives, ignoring international outrage.
The country’s Minister for Higher Education, Neda Mohammad Nadeem, issued a letter to all government and private universities instructing for the rule to be enforced.
‘You all are informed to implement the mentioned order of suspending education of females until further notice,’ it read.
The spokesman for the ministry, Ziaullah Hashimi, who tweeted the letter, confirmed the order in a text message.
The ban is just the latest in a series of restrictions as the Taliban has increasingly cracked down on female freedoms.
It comes less than three months after thousands of girls and women sat university entrance exams across the country, with many aspiring to choose teaching and medicine as future careers.
The universities are currently on winter break and due to reopen in March.
Although women had been allowed to continue their university education following the Taliban takeover on August 15 last year, it was provided that they learned in segregated classrooms and covered themselves according the group’s interpretation of Sharia law.