Biden Administration Has Sent $2.3 Billion to Taliban
The Biden administration has handed over $2.3 billion to Taliban-controlled Afghanistan since its chaotic evacuation from Central Asia two years ago, an August 8 report from the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (sigar) stated. Not only did the Biden administration leave $85 billion worth of military equipment behind for the Taliban to pick up, it has continued to give American taxpayer dollars to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. These funds were allocated for and disbursed to numerous aid organizations for the reconstruction of the country after the Afghan war. Yet even though the money was intended for non-governmental organizations, the head of sigar believes much money has been diverted to the Taliban itself.
Wasted strength: Researchers at Brown University estimate that the United States spent $5.8 trillion on the War in Afghanistan and other conflicts stemming from the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Now America is spending billions more building up the very same regime it spent trillions trying to get rid of for so long. Afghanistan remains a terrorist hotbed controlled by the same people who facilitated the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. And the Biden administration is actually giving this regime money and weapons to continue oppressing their people.
American treason: After the Afghanistan withdrawal, Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry wrote:
This has been the worst foreign-policy disaster in the nation’s history. This terrible defeat was a spectacle seen by the entire world—and they were watching intently! It will mar our history, perhaps for the rest of time. Many people say it proves Joe Biden’s incompetence. But this catastrophe isn’t the result of bungling and bad judgment. It is a deliberate, planned effort to destroy America. And it has been terribly successful.
Prophecies in 2 Kings 14:26-27 and Daniel 8:12 points to a time of bitter affliction in America caused by treasonous leadership. The fact that the Biden administration continues to fund the Taliban makes a strong case that the $85 billion in weaponry left behind in Afghanistan was not left behind by mistake.
Learn more: Read “This Isn’t Incompetence. This Is Treason!”