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“We Spent $80 Billion for THIS?” a Video of the US Military Attempting to Train Hapless Afghan Soldiers Has Gone Viral

To be clear, what is occurring in Afghanistan is not the fault of the boots; it is the responsibility of the suits who have damaged everything.

With honor, courage, and dedication, our courageous men and women headed over there. They did their part, and we will be eternally grateful for their dedication and sacrifice.

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All of this was messed up by those high-IQ Ivy League “thinkers”…

The Biden Handlers, who have such a horrible case of TDS that they refused to accept President Trump’s plan for Afghanistan departure and went their own route, which imploded in their faces.


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Many would argue, though, that we should never have gone to Afghanistan in the first place, that it was a fool’s errand to try to make Afghanistan better.

It’s a video of a US soldier trying to teach Afghan troops how to do “jumping jacks” from a few years ago.

It’s amazing how terribly this is going…

“We paid $80 million on THIS?” wondered the audience.

Not to mention the lives that were lost, the soldiers who were injured, and those who are still suffering from the effects of their tours of duty.

The following is a link to a video:

Everything about this circumstance is a tragedy.

No, we should not have stayed in Afghanistan; instead, we should have followed President Trump’s plan and evacuated with our equipment, as well as all of the people and interpreters who assisted us.

They weren’t abandoned to perish.

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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