WATCH: 'Blood on My Hands' by John Ondrasik, One Year After the Fall of Kabul to the Taliban

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.15.22

One year ago today Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, fell to the Taliban after President Biden’s botched troop withdrawal. It was the biggest foreign policy embarrassment for the United States in almost 50 years.

We’re reposting John Ondrasik’s Blood on My Hands — a docu-music video using real-world footage of the U.S. government’s Afghanistan withdrawal to criticize the Biden administration and the Taliban. It was originally banned from YouTube but has since been restored with the following warning:

“The following content has been identified by the YouTube community as inappropriate or offensive to some audiences.”

There’s nothing inappropriate about exposing Biden’s incompetence and failures. And yeah, Americans and Afghanis certainly found his actions offensive.

Watch the video above. Check out how Joe is marking the fateful day below:

He’s taking a bike ride with bathing suits on the brain.

He’s celebrating the Birthday of Social Security.

And he’s taking a very undeserved victory lap and hyping a terrible piece of legislation.

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