Joe Biden is the portrait of corruption, lies, and weakness.

There are no redeeming qualities about him or his administration.

That was true when he orchestrated the botched withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan.

It’s true now as he continues to show himself to be a complete failure as a leader.

Last Tuesday, a U.S. embassy in Haiti was closed and evacuated due to “rapid gunfire.”


Now reports are coming out that another embassy may be surrendered.

A security alert has gone out from the U.S. embassy in Niger for citizens to shelter in place.

This comes a week after the embassy was partially evacuated.

What’s going on here?

This comes just as the embassy was partially evacuated a week ago.

Fox News reported on that:

Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced late Wednesday that the State Department had ordered a temporary departure of non-emergency personnel and eligible family members from Niger from the U.S. embassy in Niamey.

“The U.S. is committed to our relationship with the people of Niger. The embassy remains open, and our leaders are diplomatically engaged at the highest levels,” he wrote in an X, formerly known as a tweet.

In a post, the department said the temporary departure was ordered “given ongoing developments” in the country and “out of an abundance of caution.”

“Commercial flight options are limited. We updated our travel advisory to reflect this and informed U.S. citizens that we are only able to provide emergency assistance to U.S. citizens in Niger given our reduced personnel,” it said.

An opinion piece from Fox News reports on Biden’s latest failure:

U.S. embassies are considered sovereign U.S. territory. Even police officers from the host nation cannot come aboard without authorization from the U.S. ambassador, the direct representative of the president of the United States. My family learned this just a year earlier as we escaped Vietnam.

My oldest sister was an American by birth when my parents married in Ithaca and attended Cornell University. Her protected status allowed us to narrowly escape the communists who would assuredly send my father to a concentration camp or execute him. The small plot of land was a sanctuary for those who sought refuge, a beacon of hope in the darkest moments.

President Biden has abandoned his sixth U.S. embassy in less than three years. His first was the atrocious withdrawal from Afghanistan, where I had completed my last combat deployment six months before.

The Haiti embassy was just closed last week due to “rapid gunfire.”

The Hill has the details on why that embassy closed:

The U.S. embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, was closed Tuesday due to “rapid gunfire” nearby, the embassy announced.

Violent protest and gang activity has taken over Port-au-Prince in recent months, which prompted the U.S. to encourage nonessential personnel to leave the country last month, citing the threat of kidnappers.

“Given the recent armed clashes between gangs and the police and the high threat of violent crime and kidnapping throughout Port-au-Prince, the Department of State urges U.S. citizens to make plans to depart Haiti As soon as possible via commercial means,” the embassy said in late July.


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