Massive sums of cash aim to help alleviate "insecurity" among citizens of Taliban-controlled nation
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The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. Department of State announced on Monday that the Biden regime has authorized some $64 million in foreign aid to be sent to Afghanistan, following the U.S.' bungled retreat from the country after Biden moved back the withdrawal deadline set by President Donald Trump in 2020.
"Today, the United States announced nearly $64 million in additional humanitarian assistance for the people of Afghanistan," a press release on the USAID website stated. "This funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. Department of State will flow through independent organizations, such as UN agencies and NGOs, and provide life-saving support directly to Afghans facing the compounding effects of insecurity, conflict, recurring natural disasters, and the COVID-19 pandemic."
"The United States is the single largest humanitarian donor in Afghanistan, providing nearly $330 million this year alone," the statement bragged. "We will continue to help alleviate the suffering of the Afghan people and call on other donors to step up their contributions to help deliver critical assistance directly to the people of Afghanistan." The press release also stated that "This contribution underscores the United States' commitment to the Afghan people."
President Biden recently pointed out that if "Robert E. Lee had been in Afghanistan, he would have won":
When asked about Trump's comments during a visit to the 9/11 memorial, Biden responded, "You know, what what, what do you wanna do with Biden, I wanna box him, c'mon, c'mon, I should be so lucky. You know what I mean. But the kinds of things or, you know, stuff that's coming out of Florida, stuff that's coming out of you know, Robert E. lee had been in Afghanistan, he woulda won."
Biden then appeared to realize he was rambling incoherently and mumbled, "No, anyway, I'm, I'm tellin' ya too much" and turned and walked away.
Gabriel Keane is the managing editor for National File. He sometimes contributes to the Memelord For Hire Gab account at gab.com/memelordforhire