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Biden heckled by protesters yelling ‘resign you tyrant!’ and calling him ‘worthless’ on tour of Ida damage in New Jersey

PRESIDENT Biden was branded a “tyrant” and told to “resign” by New Jersey locals furious over the Afghanistan crisis as he toured of areas left wrecked by Hurricane Ida on Tuesday.

While the Commander-in-Chief was shaking hands with locals and first responders along some residential streets in Manville, some spectators teed off over the president’s hasty order to pull US troops from Afghanistan by Aug. 31.


Biden was heckled to “resign” by some fed-up people blaming him for forsaking Americans in Afghanistan when he toured New Jersey on Tuesday[/caption]


Bystanders shared their anger over Biden’s handling of the Aug. 31 deadline to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan[/caption]


“Resign, you tyrant,” one person could be heard shouting at Biden.

“All this for a f***ing photo-op?” one man erupted, according to CSPAN’s footage.

“You ain’t gonna do s***!”

Ida pelted the Garden State and Mid-Atlantic region with unending flash floods, tornadoes and severe damage to infrastructure and homes.

A spectator held a handmade sign with Biden’s hands dripping in blood that read: “HURRICANE BIDEN: MORE DESTRUCTIVE THAN IDA!

One man let Biden know that he was personally affronted by the bloodletting at Hamid Karzai International Airport that also took the lives of nearly 100 Afghan civilians. 

“My best friend died in 2011 in Afghanistan for what?” a man shouted. 

“For this guy to pull this s***? 

“You leave them in ruins and leave Americans behind!”

The man shouted the verbal rebukes while Biden was conversing with members of service. 

“He will leave you behind – you guys protecting him,” the man said, addressing the authorities assisting Biden.

Biden’s presidency is facing harsh criticism for overseeing the withdrawal out of Afghanistan, after 13 US service members died in an ISIS suicide bombing back on Aug. 26.

The president has vehemently defended his call to flee Afghanistan and passively allow the Taliban to reclaim power in the country. 


“In April, I made a decision to end this war,” he said during a national address on Aug. 31.

“The assumption was that more than 300,000 Afghan national security forces that we had trained over the past two decades and equipped would be a strong adversary in their civil wars with the Taliban.

“That assumption, that the Afghan government would be able to hold on for a period of time beyond military drawdown, turned out not to be accurate.”

He even spoke directly to ISIS-K, the terrorist faction who publicly took credit for the heinous airport bombing. 

“To ISIS-K, we are not done with you yet” he said. “The United States will never rest. 

“We will not forgive. We will not forget. 

We will hunt you down to the ends of the earth and you will pay the ultimate price.” 


On Aug. 29, US military carried out a drone strike that took out an ISIS-K planner. 

“U.S. military forces conducted a self-defense unmanned over-the-horizon airstrike today on a vehicle in Kabul, eliminating an imminent ISIS-K threat to Hamad Karzai International airport,” US Central Command spokesman Navy Capt. Bill Urban expressed in a statement.

He added: “We are confident we successfully hit the target. Significant secondary explosions from the vehicle indicated the presence of a substantial amount of explosive material.”


That attack led to civilian casualties. 

Urban responded.

“We know that there were substantial and powerful subsequent explosions resulting from the destruction of the vehicle, indicating a large amount of explosive material inside that may have caused additional casualties.

“It is unclear what may have happened, and we are investigating further.

“We would be deeply saddened by any potential loss of innocent life.

The Pentagon confirmed days after the airstrike that a set of secondary explosions likely played a role in killing civilians, the youngest were two 2-year-old girls, CNN reported.


Biden and his cabinet are facing harsh criticism back home for not preparing contingencies to prevent the Taliban insurgency from retaking the capital of Kabul before the Aug. 31 withdrawal deadline.  

The Kabul airport was the last exit out of the country by droves of Afghans who were hoping to flee from the Taliban’s historically oppressive rule. 

Because of the drawdown by the Afghan military and the US exit, the Taliban reaped $85billion worth of dollars worth of abandoned military armaments.

What’s more, there are roughly 200 Americans that the administration admitted were left in Afghanistan after the last soldier left.

“My country is going to s*** and you’re allowing it!” a woman’s voice could be heard aiming her words at Biden.

“And I’m an immigrant and I’m proud of this country; I’d give my life for this country.

“You guys should be ashamed of yourselves.”


Biden was in New Jersey to survey the wreckage after the remnants of Hurricane Ida punished the region[/caption]

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