Video of Biden’s Meltdown Reemerges, Goes Viral

In August, Joe Biden was caught on video at a press conference having a meltdown over the situation in Afghanistan.

The episode raised major concerns about his leadership skills.

While Democrats had hoped the meltdown may have been forgotten, the video has started circling again on social media.

Thanks to Joe Biden‘s failures, Afghanistan has fallen to the Taliban.

Since the disaster, Biden has not handled questions very well about his plan — or lack thereof — for the withdrawal.

Speaking from a podium at the White House, Biden snapped at a reporter who asked him a simple question about the Taliban.

“Do you trust the Taliban?” the reporter asked.

“I don’t trust anybody including you. I love you but there’s not a lot of people I trust,” Biden replied.

Immediately after the outburst, Biden tried to make up for his mini-meltdown by rambling on about the terrorist group.

“Look, the Taliban has a — Taliban has to make a fundamental decision,” he said.

“Is the Taliban going to attempt to be able to unite and provide for the well-being of the people of Afghanistan, which no one group has ever done since before — for hundreds of years?

“And if it does, it’s going to need everything from additional help in terms of economic assistance, trade, and a whole range of things.”


Biden’s refusal to actually answer the question further highlights his incompetence on the matter of Afghanistan.

Leaving thousands of weapons and equipment for the Taliban to take, and thousands of Americans trapped in the country, Biden has lost the respect of many Americans, as well as our allies.

The United Kingdom’s Houses of Parliament have officially voted to hold Biden in contempt due to his disastrous handling of the withdrawal, with prominent British politicians condemning his actions as “catastrophic” and “shameful.”

Of course, the Biden administration is likely to continue to obfuscate on the subject in a desperate attempt to avoid serious consequences from the American people.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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