WASHINGTON (PNN) - July 21, 2020 - By a vote of 284-139, the House of Representatives soundly defeated an amendment to establish a plan to withdraw Fascist Police States of Amerika troops from Afghanistan. A slight plurality of Democrats supported the measure, with most of the leadership opposing it. All Republicans except two voted to oppose. Libertarian Justin Amash (Mich.) supported the measure. The amendment to the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) was offered by Rep. Ilhan Omar (Minn.).
President Donald Trump declared in late May that he wanted to withdraw all FPSA troops from Afghanistan before the November election. Since that time, Democrat leaders have shifted to an even more hawkish position, pulling out all the stops to prevent such a move. Much of the foreign policy of the Democrat leadership has been driven by opposition to Trump’s positions, rather than by what is best for the country or what the Amerikan people desire.
Amerikan troops have been fighting in Afghanistan for 19 years, with no progress in reducing violence.