Skip to comments.Fact check: Did Biden support wars in Iraq, Serbia, Syria and Libya?
Posted on 10/13/2020 12:00:44 PM PDT by nickcarraway
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In October 2002, then-U.S. Sen. Biden voted in favor of a resolution that authorized Bush to enforce ''all relevant'' United Nations Security Council resolutions on Iraq and if needed, to use military force against Iraq.
In a Senate floor speech before voting for the resolution, Biden said that "failure to overwhelmingly support" the resolution was "likely to enhance the prospects that war will occur." The objective of the resolution was to compel Iraq to destroy its weapons of mass destruction, Biden said. He left open the possibility that Hussein might "miscalculate" and "misjudge" U.S. resolve. In that event, use of military force might be needed, Biden said. The United States invaded Iraq on March 20, 2003, and the war officially ended in late 2011. No weapons of mass destruction were found.
In 2005, Biden was asked in an interview if his 2002 vote was a mistake.
"It was a mistake," Biden answered. "It was a mistake to assume the president would use the authority we gave him properly. We gave the president the authority to unite the world to isolate Saddam. And the fact of the matter is, we went too soon. We went without sufficient force. And we went without a plan."
Biden supported war in Serbia, Syria, Libya Serbia: Biden voted for a 1999 concurrent resolution authorizing President Bill Clinton to conduct military air operations and missile strikes against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro), in cooperation with North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies. (Concurrent resolutions express the sentiment of Congress, but are not signed by the president and do not carry the force of law.)
Clinton in March 1999 ordered air strikes in response to Yugoslavias campaign of violence against ethnic Albanians in the
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Then he’s removed gracefully under the 25th Amendment and we have President Harris to lead us into the socialist utopian Amerikkka.
Biden supported the Iraq War by voting for the 2002 Iraq resolution.
Biden was also on the Senate Intelligence Committee where he said “the evidence” for WMD’s was “convincing.”
Biden also voted in at least one Iraq election, he had an ancestor from the region. Which some how made him an eligible voter.
Biden is a foreign national masquerading as an American Presidential Candidate.
Biden answered. “It was a mistake to assume the president would use the authority we gave him properly.
Naw, eff you.
You signed the Iraq Liberation Act of 1998 and even contemplated life without Saddam.
Biden never met a war he didn’t like!
What? Where did you see that he voted an election in Iraq?
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