Taliban Will Send ‘Suicide Bomber’ To The White House If The US Sends Troops To Afghanistan

The Taliban has threatened the United States with 2,000 suicide bombers in Washington, DC. It wouldn’t be problematic if they just went through the southern border, right? It’s not a suggestion, but the reality of the situation Joe Biden’s Administration is creating. Kamala Harris was supposed to take care of the southern border, but she’s decided to ignore the problem rather than intervene in any way.

The Taliban was having talks with the United States leader in Doha, Qatar, by telegraph, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI). The Taliban is also objecting to the US troops in Afghanistan after the withdrawal that led to 13 service members losing their lives.

The Taliban has threatened to send a brigade of suicide bombers to the Afghan embassy in Washington for any military participation in Afghanistan.

The only response to this should be laughter and keeping any assets away from the Taliban seeking governmental representation in the world.

Zabiullah Mujahid, a veteran terrorist and leader in the Taliban government, extended their military to include suicide bombers and said, “Our mujahideen in the Ishtishhadi Kandaks will be part of the army, and they will be Special Forces and organized under the defense ministry.”

It is a clear example of how the Taliban misused their government and military power to promote terrorism across the country. Biden will likely fold under pressure if the Taliban attacks the US or any other country. Still, the fact remains that Biden’s withdrawal strengthened the Taliban, and the continued involvement with the Taliban government will give them entitlement. It seems that they’re already entitled as it is.

The US diplomatic relationship with the Taliban should immediately stop. Biden doesn’t seem capable of negotiations with the Taliban because he already caved under pressure and withdrew from Afghanistan before initially planning to.