As its fealty to Russia's Vladimir Putin has demonstrated, CNSNews.com just loves it when non-Americans bash the U.S. and President Biden. During the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, CNS found a couple more foreigners to help it with Biden-bashing.
In December 2019, CNS' Patrick Goodenough had called on right-wing British politician Nigel Farage to defend then-President Trump by cvlaiming that his "presidential travel proclamation -- which critics call a 'Muslim ban' -- was built on security concerns determined under the Obama administration." So when CNS needed all the Biden-bashing it could find, Farage was a convenient go-to. Craig Bannister wrote in an Aug. 25 article:
Former BREXIT Party Leader Nigel Farage said that America’s world image and credibility have never been worse, now that President Joe Biden has pulled troops from Afghanistan and given in to Taliban’s demands the U.S. leave by the end of August.
In a Fox & Friends First interview, Farage was incredulous that Biden would ignore his G7 allies and allow himself to be bullied by the Taliban and ISIS:“Amazing, isn’t it? The whole of the G7 begging the president to extend the deadline – but, no, no, no, because the Taliban and ISIS have threatened an American president and he’s decided to dance to their tune.”
“I mean, what kind of man is this?” Farage asked.
Bannister served up more Biden-bashing from Farage in a Sept. 22 article:
By turning his back on a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK, President Joe Biden is putting his globalist dogma ahead of the interests of American and British businesses and consumers, former Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage said Wednesday.
In a Fox & Friends First interview, Farage, who led the U.K.’s exit from the European Union (EU), said that Biden is favoring the “globalist Brussels elite in the European Union” over the single biggest investor in the U.S.
Farage wasn't the only one, though. Michael W. Chapman found a former British military commander to lash out at Biden in an Aug. 23 article:
In a very candid interview with conservative Mark Levin on Sunday, the former commander of British troops in Afghanistan, Colonel Richard Kemp, said that President Joe Biden had single-handedly destroyed NATO's credibility and had betrayed the United States and the U.S. military, for which he "should be court-martialed."
"In my opinion, and I don't say this lightly, and I've never said it about anybody else, any other leader in this position, people have been talking about impeaching President Biden," said Col. Kemp on FNC's Life, Liberty & Levin.
"I don't believe President Biden should be impeached," he added. "He's the commander-in-chief of the U.S. Armed Forces, who's just essentially surrendered to the Taliban. He shouldn't be impeached; he should be court-martialed for betraying the United States of America and the United States Armed Forces."
Kemp was never under Biden's command, so he has little reason to speak out. But CNS doesn't care.