The complete withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan has been misunderstood by many in the US as well. US President Joe Biden with a rocket launcher in hand was put up in the US Write “Making Taliban great again”. These people are accusing President Joe Biden of running away from his responsibility. However, Biden has now been taunted by putting up billboards in the US state of Pennsylvania. Several billboards have been put up in different places, in which the face of President Biden is attached.
Republican leader Scott Wagner put up billboards
Behind these billboards is former Pennsylvania Senator Scott Wagner, a Republican. Therefore he represented the district that includes York County from 2014 to 2018. Wagner told Fox News that President Biden’s decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan made us the laughing stock of the world. The Taliban are openly saying that they drove America out of Afghanistan.
I am not hiding anything from anyone
Wagner said he was dismayed and worried that the freedoms experienced by the youth of his country since we went to his country would be snatched away now that the Taliban had taken power. He clearly said that these hoardings will not be removed soon and they will remain like this for at least two months. He said that I am not hiding anything from anyone. After that, I am showing what I feel.
People seeking permission to put up more hoardings
Wagner spent $15,000 for more than 12 billboards across the state. He said that this image was sent by someone he knew, which he liked. Therefore he said that it is expected that more such hoardings will be put up across the country as some people have approached him for its permission.
US forces went to Afghanistan in 2001
In 2001, the US military started an operation against terrorists in Afghanistan. America’s Special Forces jumped into the fray with militias such as the Northern Alliance, the adversary of the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Formed the government of Hamid Karzai by removing the Taliban
In 2001, in the second week of November, Kandahar along with the capital Kabul was liberated from the Taliban. Kandahar was a stronghold of the Taliban. So in December 2001, Osama bin Laden fled to Pakistan via the Tora-Bora Mountains, and a new government was formed in Kabul under the leadership of Hamid Karzai.