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Orrin Hatch Explains Biden’s “Legacy” With Just 4 Pictures!

The Afghanistan debacle is obviously Biden’s fault. The whole international community, not just the Americans, feels this way. And Joe Biden obviously isn’t ready to be backfired with some heavy artillery for his mess, in the very same way he’s not ready to lead America. Nor, any other country in the world…

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This mess, unlike the other political gaffs he has done, isn’t going to just pass. This is a mess with the heaviest burden – human’s lives and the future of one big territory like Afghanistan. This one will stick for sure and will follow him through history books.

And speaking about history and legacy, here’s an interesting statement coming from Senator Orrin Hatch.

“Senator Orrin Hatch took to Twitter where he shared 4 photos – 3 actual presidents and their defining moments and then the last pic is Joe Biden. The other there are Washington, Lincoln, and Reagan.


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…and it’s the most damning collection of photos ever because Joe is the last picture…it’s a photo of him walking away without taking any questions during his dreadful Afghanistan address.

His “defining moment.”

Here’s what Orrin said:

“For some, you can tell the entire story of their leadership in a single picture.”

Do you agree? We are the most shamed country in the world at the moment, and it is all Biden’s (and his Handlers) fault!

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Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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