Retired British Colonel Richard Kemp appeared on Mark Levin’s Fox News show, “Life, Liberty, and Levin” last night where he shared his belief that impeachment is not the appropriate punishment for Joe Biden’s reckless handling of the withdrawal from Afghanistan.

The world just became vastly more dangerous.

President Biden humiliated the United States—he humiliated the United States Army.

In my opinion— and I don’t say this lightly—and I’ve never said it about anybody else, any other leader in this position—people have been talking about impeaching President Biden. I don’t believe President Biden should be impeached. He’s the commander in chief of the US armed forces who’s just essentially surrendered to the Taliban.

He shouldn’t be impeached, he should be court-martialed for betraying the United States of America and the United States armed forces.

Colonel Kemp was quick to say that after served and fought alongside the US Armed Forces in different places around the world, that he doesn’t blame the US armed forces for the nightmare that’s unfolding in Afghanistan.  “It’s the greatest foreign policy disaster I’ve seen in my lifetime—of any nature—-of any Western country. And I would go so far as to say that it’s the most disastrous foreign policy event since at least the second world war for the United States of America.” But, he continued, “People often compare Saigon and Vietnam to the things they’re seeing on the television right now. I think it’s worse than that.”

Colonel Kemp warns that Biden’s humiliation of our armed forces has created a worse threat to the western world than the threat the terrorists posed on 9-11.

Here is the full clip of Colonel Kemp’s appearance on Mark Levin’s show last night:

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