Joe Biden and General Milley helped another radical force take over their country this week. For those of you keeping score that’s two for two, with plenty more chances to give aid and comfort to more enemies of the United States.
In July Mrs. Biden and Ms. Milley reached an agreement with Guinean Col. Mamady Doumbouya to train Guinea troops and provide them with any help they needed in the areas of small unit tactics, tactical combat casualty care, language training, and the Law of Armed Conflict.
Once that training was completed Doumbouya had his troops overthrow the elected government and declared himself in charge of the country.
I’m calling my bookie today to find out what the over/under is on the number of governments Biden and Milley help overthrow. I’m taking the over.
Other countries should look at the Biden administration and do like Nancy Reagan used to say, “Just say no.”
Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said:
“We obviously share the U.S. government’s condemnation of this coup in Guinea. We’re carefully reviewing the situation on the ground for any potential impacts on our military assistance. Until that review is complete, there’s going to be no further training or support to the Guinean armed forces.”
Hey Rain Man, didn’t you notice it was the government under Joe Biden that made the coup possible? We gave them the training and I would not be at all surprised if they gave them the weapons as well.
Are there any other countries Biden and Milley plan on helping into extinction?
Biden has now broken Jimmy Carter’s record of causing one country (Iran) to collapse. Biden already has 2 with over 3 years to go.
Apparently, 100 Guinean special operators left their base and drove four hours to the country’s capital, Conakry, to launch the coup without the U.S. special forces team being aware of the situation because “Sept. 5 was considered a down day for both forces.”
A video posted on social media started rumors that U.S. forces were involved in the coup. The video, first reported by Stars and Stripes, shows crowds shouting “freedom” and “the Americans” in French as three U.S. soldiers in vehicles drove by. One Green Beret in the video smiles at the crowd and shakes hands with people as the vehicle proceeds through the crowded streets.
“The U.S. government and military are not involved in this apparent military seizure of power in any way,” AFRICOM said. “The United States strongly condemns these actions in Guinea and any attempts at forceful seizures of power or unconstitutional actions.”