G. McConway
August 24, 2023

REPORT: 200 Extrajudicial Killings Since Taliban Took Over Afghanistan

Here is a report with even more blood on Joe Biden's hands.

Since the Taliban was gifted Afghanistan, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) reported more than 800 alleged human rights violations have taken place in the country.

Among those are 218 extrajudicial killings since the Taliban officially took over the country.

Wash Your Hands, Joe

We all know how these stories would be getting reported right now if this was Donald Trump who had been in office when our troops were removed from Afghanistan and the Taliban given the keys to the country.

Well, actually, if you ask Joe, this is all Trump's fault anyway.

The Taliban assured the Biden administration that Human Rights violations such as this would not exist.

Even though Biden knows they are taking place, he is doing nothing to stop the Taliban. In fact, reports broke a few weeks ago that aid is still flowing to Afghanistan.

U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Volker Turk, stated, "The report presents a sobering picture of the treatment of individuals affiliated with the former government and security forces of Afghanistan since the Taliban takeover of the country.

"Even more so, given they were assured that they would be not targeted, it is a betrayal of the people's trust," reported the Washington Examiner.

So, then, why does the U.N. still treat Joe Biden like he is some kind of hero?

These violations and executions are now on him because he alone has the authority to do something about it.

Turk urged the Taliban to "carefully consider the findings of this report and to uphold their obligations under international human rights law by preventing further violations and holding perpetrators to account."

And the Taliban responded as we expected, basically telling him to shut up.

The Taliban's foreign affairs ministry stated, "No military staff of the previous administration has been arrested, detained or tortured because of his activities in the security institutions.

"Those employees of the previous administration who joined the opposition groups of the Islamic Emirate or had military activities to the detriment of the system, have been arrested and introduced to judicial authorities, keeping in mind all the legal processes."

So, these human rights violations will continue, the U.N. will continue to write reports and watch, and Joe Biden will continue to send them American tax dollars as aid.

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