CNN Reporter In Afghanistan: ‘If This Isn’t Failure Then What Does Failure Look Like?’ (VIDEO)

Has Joe Biden’s disaster in Afghanistan even cost him the support of CNN?

The liberal network has a reporter named Clarissa Ward on the ground in Afghanistan and she recently described the scene there as a failure.

Did you think you would ever hear such words on CNN?

Forbes reports:

CNN’s Clarissa Ward In Afghanistan: ‘If This Isn’t Failure, What Does Failure Look Like Exactly?

On CNN’s New Day Thursday, correspondent Clarissa Ward reported live from Afghanistan, where people desperate to escape the country after the Taliban’s return to power have taken extraordinary acts. “We have seen and heard these reports,” Ward said, of “people so desperate they are passing and throwing their babies over the razor wire to try and get them into safety.”

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Ward described the chaos in Kabul as “an absolute mess” where rumors are rampant and clear information about how Afghan families who helped support Americans during their time in Afghanistan would be safely evacuated from the country. CNN cited reports the Taliban may be actively searching for those families…

Reacting to the president’s remarks, Ward said “I think a lot of people outside that airport, particularly those taking the kinds of extreme actions we’re talking about, would like to know if this isn’t failure – what does failure look like exactly?

Watch the video:

Just amazing.

If even CNN is calling this a failure, the Biden administration is in serious trouble.

Their handling of the disaster in Afghanistan has been truly appalling.

 

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