Joe Biden has caused chaos and destruction.
And the havoc that he has wreaked is not just limited to America.
This bombshell report that just dropped shows the horrifying violence that he committed in the Middle East.
A massive new report has come out from the New York Times showing the absolute chaos that Joe Biden has created in the Middle East – as well as Presidents before him, such as Barack Obama.
The report goes into gruesome details about the innocent civilians that have been killed through his bombing campaigns, including young children.
Here is one particularly brutal example, carried out by the Obama administration, which is laid out in the report:
“In November 2015, after observing a man dragging an ‘unknown heavy object’ into an ISIS ‘defensive fighting position,’ American forces struck a building in Ramadi, Iraq. A military review found that the object was actually a ‘person of small stature’ – a child – who died in the strike.”
The people killed were not actually ISIS, of course. They were simply the parents of a small child who were taking that child into a house.
Of course, the report also touches on Joe Biden’s murder of an aid worker and his entire family this past August:
“On occasion, stunning revelations have pierced the silence. A Times investigation found that a Kabul drone strike in August, which American officials said had destroyed a vehicle laden with bombs, had instead killed 10 members of one Afghan family.”
Of course, Obama and Biden claim that these are limited examples. They claim that their “successes” in the “War on Terror” outweigh these failures.
But the facts do not back that up. And now even the New York Times is calling them out.
“There is no way to determine that full (civilian death) toll, but one thing is certain: It is far higher than the Pentagon has acknowledged. According to the military’s count, 1,417 civilians have died in airstrikes in the campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria; since 2018 in Afghanistan, U.S. air operations have killed at least 188 civilians.”
“But The Times’s analysis of the documents found that many allegations of civilian casualties had been summarily discounted, with scant evaluation. And the on-the-ground reporting – involving a sampling of cases dismissed, cases deemed “credible” and, in Afghanistan, cases not included in the trove of Pentagon documents – found hundreds of deaths uncounted.”
It’s clear that the Obama and Biden administrations have been lying about the true civilian death toll of their bombing operations in the Middle East.
Perhaps the most gruesome example of these operations was the Kunduz hospital airstrike of 2015, carried out under Barack Obama.
This airstrike attacked a hospital in Afghanistan which was treating hundreds of patients, many of them children.
The attack ultimately killed 42 people at the hospital, including patients and doctors. No one in the Obama administration was held accountable.
It’s clear from these documents that Barack Obama and Joe Biden have made things worse in the Middle East, not better.
Someone needs to tell them that we should be focused on solving our own problems here at home, not bombing innocent civilians in other countries.