Even as the Afghanistan evacuation debacle left the U.S. looking weak and vulnerable, The White House is continuing to press ahead with its foreign policy with Vice President Kamala Harris recently tweeted that the Biden administration was would making “human rights” the “center of our foreign policy.”
Vice President Harris also stated that the only way to tackle the issue of “human rights” could not be addressed via “endless military deployments” and by “rallying the rest of the world for support.”
“Human rights will be the center of our foreign policy. The way to do that is not through endless military deployments, but through diplomacy, economic tools, and rallying the rest of the world for support,” stated Vice President Harris.
Ironically, Biden’s retreat from Afghanistan has created a huge humanitarian crisis as the Taliban is reported to be hunting those Afghanis who helped U.S. and coalition. Could the U.S. address human rights atrocities committed by the very government President Biden surrender to?
A recent news report identifies one Afghani doctor who warned that now-Taliban-controlled Afghanistan could very well become a haven for human rights atrocities.
“It was not a wise decision to leave a nation in a very, very hard situation,” Dr. Wais Aria told Fox News Friday. “People deserve to have their civil rights. The women deserve to have their rights.”
Former wounded Afghanistan Combat Veteran Rep. Brian Mast (R) responded to Harris’ tweet with a statement to The Floridian.
“Tell that to our allied women you left in Afghanistan,” stated Rep. Mast.
Several European allies questioned Biden’s hasty exit out of Afghanistan, but no other U.S. ally is more worried about the Biden administration’s soft foreign policy than Taiwan.
Taiwan is easy picking for China now.
If China decides to make good on its promise to take Taiwan, will the Biden administration defend the Taiwanese people?
Another good question is, will Kamala Harris be tapped to lead the human rights campaign like she was appointed to address the border crisis?
Human rights will be the center of our foreign policy.
The way to do that is not through endless military deployments, but through diplomacy, economic tools, and rallying the rest of the world for support.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) September 2, 2021