US Presence in Afghanistan to be Re-Labeled as Counter Terrorism

“War never changes.” — some fallout dude


While rumors abound about a troop withdrawal, statements made by identified Republicans and Democrats telegraph a continued troop presence in Afghanistan.

A man points with some pretty mountains in the background | “afghanistan” by The U.S. Army is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Mitch McConnell and Joe Biden made statements warning that a troop withdrawal would be bad. Going further, Biden said that they would stay, but be called a counter terrorism force.

The War in Afghanistan has been going on since October 2001.

These publicly verifiable statements about troops remaining in Afghanistan are contradicted by “US Officials” who requested to remain anonymous.

McConnell is also on about Trump being right about the Covid vaccine timeline.

The US does have an agreement to lower toop levels next year, but part of it basically says “unless we don’t want too”.

By Michael Carver
November 16th, 2020 5:49 PM

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