People on each side of the political aisle have taken situation with Joe Biden’s dealing with of Afghanistan, and you’ll depend singer and songwriter John Ondrasik amongst them.
Ondrasik, greatest identified for his stage title “Five for Fighting,” even wrote a track about Biden’s rocky withdrawal from Afghanistan. To provide you with an thought of how Ondrasik feels, the track is entitled, “Blood on my hands.”
The lyrics go like this:
There’s blood on these fingers/ And nonetheless Americans…/ Left to the Taliban…/ Now how’s that occuring?
The track goes on to particularly name out Secretary of State Antony Blinken and embattled chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley. It goes like this:
Winkin’ Blinken can’t you look me within the eyes / Willy Milley when did you determine ‘this sacred motto’ now means … by no means thoughts.
Ondrasik stated he was impressed to put in writing and carry out the track after the Kabul suicide bombing that killed 13 US service members and a number of Afghans.
“Like all Americans, I was stunned and horrified at the images of falling bodies from planes, mothers handing babies over walls, and terrified Afghans being crushed to death at checkpoints due to our precipitous withdrawal from Afghanistan,” Ondrasik stated in a press launch.
“While the words reference ‘Joe’ or ‘Uncle Joe,’ he contends the seriousness of the President’s failure in Afghanistan should transcend normal partisan politics,” the Daily Wire wrote.