Sean Hannity blamed President Joe Biden on Tuesday evening for the countless failures of his administration, calling his management of Afghanistan “international disgrace”.
The host of “Hannity” said that the fact that the United States is abandoning the Americans, their allies and $ 83 billion in military equipment in Afghanistan is an “international disgrace; humiliation on the world stage. It sends a message of emboldening to our enemies and yes, it scares our allies to death. “
Hannity noted that Tuesday was the 66th day that Americans and their allies were left behind “to suffer, to die under the Taliban” in Afghanistan. The host also said that Taliban leaders have given money and “promises[ed] plots of land to the families of suicide bombers who killed American soldiers. “
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“Back here at home, [the IRS] want to[s] an ever-present window on your bank accounts, ”Hannity said, noting the IRS’s proposal to monitor bank transactions over $ 600. The government “also wants[s] to… find a way to tax every penny on your part “through the Build Back Better plan, he said. This would mostly affect those who earn less than $ 50,000 a year.
“Almost 60% would see additional taxes from this government intrusion into your bank account,” Hannity said. “But I thought Biden promised not to raise taxes for anyone making more than $ 400,000 a year. OK, Joe Biden is still lying.”
Biden’s efforts to tax lower and middle class Americans to fund Build Back Better come as these same Americans feel the effects of inflation, rising gas prices and supply chain shortages, a Hannity said.
“And it’s about to get worse,” he said, citing “massive resignations and massive layoffs” of those who refuse to comply with Biden’s vaccine mandate. Crime-ravaged city of Chicago could lose 1,000 police officers despite threat from Chicago Police Superintendent David O. Brown to deny retirement benefits to retiring police officers instead of following the rules from the city. COVID-19[feminine politique de vaccination.
“Des milliers d’autres policiers, pompiers, premiers intervenants, infirmières, enseignants [and] members of the army …[are] all ready to lose their jobs, ”Hannity said.
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Hannity cited economists at Dartmouth College and University College London who said a recession “is fast approaching,” he said. “It’s a massive crisis. Jen Psaki [is] mocking the worry of millions of Americans … [She’s a] Rather shameful and low-class “official”. ”
Hannity concluded by making an appeal to West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, who is being courted by the progressive wing of the party to support a $ 3.5 trillion spending program. Hannity said that while Manchin sided with Senator Bernie Sanders, he was not seeking the best interests of his constituents in West Virginia, concluding: “Building better will be a nightmare for West Virginia … and our country. . “