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Their Own Documents Proved the Govt Blew $3 Trillion on Afghanistan and LIED. Congress Immediately Authorized Almost a TRILLION More for 2020, by Daisy Luther

There are a lot of constructive things that can be done with $3 trillion, not the least is which would be to give it back to the taxpayers from whom it was stolen. From Daisy Luther at theorganicprepper.com:

It’s rare that I read something on the Washington Post that I don’t find highly biased, even repugnant. But with their recent article on the Afghanistan Papers, they truly knocked the ball out of the park.

The facts they shared should have every American protesting in the streets. Trillions of dollars have been spent on a war that the Pentagon knew was unwinnable all along. More than 2300 American soldiers died there and more than 20,000 have been injured. More than 150,000 Afghanis were killed, many of them civilians, including women and children.

And they lied to us constantly.

Congress just proved that the truth doesn’t matter, though. A mere 22 hours after the release of this document, the new National Defense Authorization Act that breezed through the House and Senate was signed by the President. That bill authorized $738 billion in military spending for 2020, actually increasing the budget by $22 billion over previous years.

So, how is your representation in Washington, DC working out for you?

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