Decorated British Officer: “Biden is More of a Threat to the West than the Taliban Ever Was”

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Joe Biden has become a serious threat to the American way of life.

This is not just a sentiment shared by Americans.

A decorated British Army officer feels the same.

Trevor Coult is a retired Special Operations Staff Sgt, and he believes that Joe Biden is a greater threat to the West than  the Taliban.

Coult claims that he has talked to several other British military officials who feel the same way.

He told the Washington Examiner that “Biden is the most incompetent president in the history of the United States.”

Coult continued: “He has befriended terrorists. The White House is not a friend to the West. It’s a danger while he is president.”

Here’s what the highly decorated British Army officer had to say via the Washington Examiner:

“6,500 people died, including 3,000 deaths at Twin Towers, and we didn’t achieve a single thing,” said retired Special Operations Staff Sgt. Trevor Coult, who has been feted by both the queen and President George W. Bush.

“He destroyed 20 years’ work in less than 24 hours.”

Coult served for 21 years in Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan, where he was involved in 178 enemy engagements and survived three bomb blasts. The queen awarded him one of the United Kingdom’s highest honors, the military cross, for saving allied lives during an ambush. Bush also awarded him a presidential citation during a White House dinner.

“Biden is the most incompetent president in the history of the United States,” Coult told the Washington Examiner. “He has befriended terrorists. The White House is not a friend to the West. It’s a danger while he is president.”

Coult said he has spoken to numerous British generals and Special Operations officers about Biden, and they all agree that no one can understand his logic.

“We believe Biden is more of a threat to the West than the Taliban ever was. Without a shadow of a doubt. He betrayed us,” Coult said.





Coult’s comments follow heavy criticism of Biden from former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who also slammed Biden’s Afghanistan exit.

Here’s more on Blair’s comments from the Daily Wire:

Speaking to the Royal United Services Institute to mark the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and discuss the withdrawal of Western troops from Afghanistan, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair implicitly slammed President Biden, stating, “It is clear now, if it wasn’t before, that America has decided for the foreseeable future it has a very limited appetite for military engagement,” adding that “short term political imperatives” have given “our allies anxiety and our opponents a belief our time is over.”

In his compelling speech, Blair began by asserting, “The Taliban are part of the global movement of radical Islam. The movement contains many different groups but they share the same basic ideology. In simple terms, this holds that there is only one true faith, only one true view of that faith, and that society, politics, and culture, should be governed only by that view. Radical Islam not only believes in Islamism, the turning of the religion into a political doctrine but in the justification of struggle if necessary, armed struggle to achieve it. Other Islamists agree with the ends but eschew violence; but the ideology itself is in inevitable conflict with open, modern culturally tolerant societies.”

“Is radical Islam a coherent ideology which represents a first-order threat to our security or are we facing, despite some common themes, a series of disconnected security challenges each of which require handling on its own terms based on local circumstances?” he asked. “ Is Islamism a problem or only its manifestation in violent extremism? Is it akin, as I say, to revolutionary communism and must be countered by a combination of security and ideological measures over the long term, or is that to overstate it, overestimate it, and thus to perversely as some would argue by the interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan to elevate its appeal rather than diminish its appeal.”

Biden doesn’t have many allies left.

It’s time everyone unites to hold him accountable for this failure of epic proportions.




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