Today, at the last minute, the White House quietly canceled Joe Biden’s trip to his home in Delaware, where he hid during the campaign. Instead of leaving the White House during what is certainly the worst international blunder in American history and heading back home with his wife Jill, who enables her senile husband, Joe decided instead to stay in DC and stick his finger in the dike.

Biden is being criticized by Americans, leaders of nations with allied forces, and citizens living in the middle east who are watching this unimaginable nightmare unfold.

Iranian journalist Heshmat Alavi tweeted a shocking statement about the current state of affairs in neighboring Afghanistan:

Born in Iran, I have been through extremely tough times.

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I’ve lost many family and friends, some in my arms.

Yet even for someone like me, the nightmare of Afghanistan is too much to bear.

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So much suffering…

Alavi also tweeted a video mocking Biden’s so-called “stabilized withdrawal from Afghanistan,” adding, “It looks like death to me…”

***WARNING***Video is very graphic:

But don’t worry…the guy who “received more votes than any other presidential candidate in history” has a plan.

From the Daily Mail – As the evacuation of Kabul descends further into pandemonium and desperation, President Joe Biden is considering activating the Civil Reserve Air Fleet to augment the struggling effort.

The Pentagon said Saturday the United States has evacuated just 17,000 people, including 2,500 Americans, from Kabul in the past week, including 3,800 in the past day.

It means the US has surged more American troops into the Kabul airport than the number of citizens it has extracted from the country since the Taliban swept into power on August 14.

Up to 15,000 Americans need to be evacuated, and the administration hopes to get out a further 50-60,000 Afghan allies and their families.

Other NATO allies are also hoping to save thousands of people, but the security situation in Kabul appears to be quickly deteriorating, with the US now warning citizens not to attempt to get to the airport amid the threat of attack by Islamic State fanatics who are hiding in the country.

Biden faces growing criticism as videos depict pandemonium and violence outside the airport. On Saturday, Biden met with his national security team to discuss the chaotic situation after canceling his weekend trip to Delaware.

Commercial airlines were notified Friday night that participants in the voluntary Civil Reserve Air Fleet could be activated imminently, industry officials told the Wall Street Journal.

US officials told the newspaper that up to 20 commercials jets from five airlines could be activated to aid the airlift of tens of thousands of evacuees, ferrying Americans and Afghans onward to the US from staging bases in Qatar, Bahrain, and Germany.

The commercial jets are not expected to fly directly into Taliban-controlled Kabul, where military flights are rushing to fly tens of thousands of refugees to regional bases.

Created in 1952 in the wake of the post-World War II Berlin Airlift, the Civil Reserve Air Fleet is a program that airlines can enroll in, pledging a certain number of aircraft to the Pentagon to be available within 24 hours upon activation.

It comes amid tragic scenes at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, the only remaining patch of US control in the country, where thousands are gathered at the Taliban perimeter in a crush to get inside.

***WARNING***This video showing desperate and terrified individuals and families trying to enter the airport is very graphic!

Potential Islamic State threats against Americans in Afghanistan are forcing the U.S. military to develop new ways to get evacuees to the airport in Kabul, a senior U.S. official said Saturday, adding a new complication to the already chaotic efforts to get people out of the country after its swift fall to the Taliban.

The official said that small groups of Americans and possibly other civilians will be given specific instructions on what to do, including movement to transit points where they can be gathered up by the military. The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss military operations.

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