President Biden and his administration plan to send US taxpayer money to Afghanistan as the economy continues to rebound with record inflation, rising gas prices and supply chain chaos, Sean Hannity said Tuesday during his opening monologue - adding that many Americans are starting topublicly show their frustration with the White House.
The United States has agreed to provide humanitarian aid to an Afghanistan on the brink of economic disaster, while by refusing to give political recognition to the country's new Taliban government, the Taliban said on Sunday. State Department spokesman Ned Price described the talks with the extremist regime as "frank and professional". The Biden team, however, said the talks in Qatar this weekend should not be taken as the signal for an upcoming official recognition of the Taliban government in Kabul.
Hannity noted that Biden has now gone 40 days without mentioning American citizens are still stranded behind Taliban lines in Afghanistan, despite its planned spending of public funds for that country.
"The Admission Biden nistration is considering sending more money to the Taliban. They call it humanitarian aid, but in reality, where I grew up, it looks a lot like a massive ransom payment to terrorists. "
Afghanistan, he said, is just a of the long list of things Biden touched that "becomes an relative disaster.
The American people are taking note, he added, pointing to an incident last week as a result of a NASCAR race at Talladega Superspeedway in Lincoln, Alabama, where the crowd shouted anti-Biden slogans.
NBC Sports reporter Kelli Stavast was interviewing race winner Brandon Brown amid thunderous chants of "F --- Joe Biden " from the stands. Stavast said at one point that the crowd was actually shouting "Come on Brandon.
Since then, the chants "Come on Brandon " have become an anti-Biden meme and have erupted in several sporting and major events gatherings across the country like in East Rutherford, New Jersey during a New York Jets game.
" Come on, Brandon is a new favorite among the Americans, "he said. "You, the American people, have every reason to be mad at Joe Biden.
"He fails in this country every turn and you pay the price ", addedthe host . "Inflation is now costing families $ 175 per month, or $ 2,100 more per year -" compliments from Joe Biden, "Hannity said.
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He noted that the Biden administration also seems more invested in a "green " agenda than the economic impact of their policies on working-class Americans of all. the days.
"At the center of our current economic crisis. is a distraught president experiencing significant cognitive decline, "he said, indicating that Biden finished his workday at 3 p.m. on Tuesday.
The Associated Press reported contributed to this report .