Thanks Biden!

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The Biden administration is nothing like the former Trump administration. When Trump was in office, chaos and treachery were the order of the day. America was gripped by the muted fog of instability and wickedness, as the sun was blocked out and the doom and gloom of darkness were omnipresent.

But now we have President Biden, and the sky is once again glistening with sunlight. In President Biden’s administration, steadiness rules the day. Decisions are not made lightly. Instead, they’re made by experienced and capable people who take each decision seriously and do not waver. And a decision was made — a top secret one that has just now come to light.

In a secret strike that President Biden authorized, top Al-Qaeda leader Ayman Al-Zawahiri was killed. He’d been hiding inside the home of a Taliban member. After Osama bin Laden was killed — by the Obama administration — Al-Zawahiri became one of the most hunted and sought-after terrorists in the world.

This comes 11 years after the death of Bin Laden. This drone strike was conducted by the CIA and authorized by Biden, who did not let the Covid virus stop him from doing his job. And they said he was senile. It is infuriating to think about.

   

“The operation was successful,” a Biden senior official said. “There were no civilian casualties.” Thank you, President Biden, for not only doing your job but going above and beyond. And thank you, wonderful voters, for putting this man in the White House. We could not be more proud.

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