Pelosi Ignore Deadly Kabul Bombings, Celebrate ‘Women’s Equality Day’


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Both the White House and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) issued woke-filled statements about “Women’s Equality Day” before acknowledging two deadly bombings in Afghanistan, which took the lives of U.S. citizens, troops, women, and children on Thursday.

The Democrat politicians issued grandiose statements of well-wishes on the anniversary of the 1920 adoption of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. At the same time, women and civilians in Afghanistan are quickly being subjugated by the Taliban and bombed by Islamic terrorists amid Biden’s failed withdrawal from the country. Twin suicide bombings on Thursday outside Hamid Karzai International Airport and the Baron Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan, have killed at least 60 people, including four U.S. Marines, and wounded another 140 on Thursday, according to reports.

The Afghan broadcaster 1TV News published photos of civilians using wheelbarrows to tend to the injured and people fleeing the scene covered in blood. U.S. officials told Reuters at least one of the bombings is believed to be a suicide bombing.

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“My Administration is committed to bearing out the promise of the suffragists, who understood that for women to attain true equality in our country, they must have an equal place at the ballot box,” President Joe Biden’s statement said in part. “As the Vice President has said, the status of women is the status of democracy. This is true abroad, too, where we are committed to strengthening women’s political participation and leadership around the world”:

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