Biden’s Afghan Handing is his 911

Written by on September 15, 2021

Biden’s Afghan Handing is his 911



Nic Haros Jr.’s mother Frances was killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. And following President Joe Biden’s botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, Nic is calling Biden the “Killer-in-Chief” and advising him to stay away from Ground Zero on the 20th anniversary of the attack:

“I am demanding that President Biden do not show his face at Ground Zero on 9/11. It is now holy ground and I really don’t think he has a place there. It’s shameful for him, I think, to use the dead bodies as a political prop for his so-called victory lap.”


So let’s talk about Biden’s Blunders, currently, Biden is in the middle of a Hostage Crisis for starters.

The Taliban were holding six planes filled with roughly 1,000 people [including dozens of Americans] at the Mazar-i-Sharif airport in Afghanistan. For days the planes have been stuck, waiting for the Taliban to approve their departure to nearby countries.

“The Taliban is holding them, hostage,” according to Rep. Michael McCaul who serves on the House Foreign Affairs Committee and has had access to briefings on the matter from the Biden State Department

An anonymous senior congressional source confirmed to CBS News: “The Taliban is basically holding them hostage to get more out of the Americans.”

Zoom out: This is happening while 100’s of American citizens are still waiting to be evacuated from Afghanistan after Joe Biden left them stranded at the mercy of the Taliban.

What Biden’s saying: His State Department is advising that groups looking to evacuate out of Mazar-i-Sharif that the US does not have personnel on the ground in that location and does not control the airspace.

Never forget: Three weeks ago Joe Biden said “If there are American citizens left, we’re gonna stay until we get them all out.”

Meanwhile, Biden is demanding billions for refugees while Americans remain stuck in Kabul
The White House is asking Congress for $6.4 billion to resettle tens of thousands of Afghan refugees as part of a request for a short-term spending bill to allow for lawmakers to pass a budget for fiscal year 2022.

Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Director Shalanda Young said that the majority of the funds will go “to support processing sites overseas and in the United States and U.S. government transportation for our allies and partners between processing sites and the United States.”

The proposal also includes funding for humanitarian assistance, Young said.

It includes a request for $2.1 billion for the State Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) for costs associated with the evacuation of individuals from Afghanistan.

Without the money, the departments “would be unable to complete evacuation and relocation efforts from Kabul and worldwide midway points; provide subsistence benefits for evacuated Department personnel; provide medical testing, processing through ports of entry, and respond to basic needs requirements of new arrivals; or respond to growing humanitarian needs of vulnerable populations inside Afghanistan and Afghans in neighboring countries.”

The White House also requests $1.6 billion for the Refugee Entrant and Assistance account and $8 million for the Children and Families account within the Department of Health and Human Services.

While they were asking for money to help Afghan Refugees, it appears that Blinken was blasted over these Afghan evacuees hiring Uber to leave US military bases

A Tennessee Republican who is also an Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran sent a letter to the State Department, demanding answers after a source informed his office that evacuees being held at a Virginia military base have had “free rein” of the campus and have allegedly been leaving the base using ride-hailing apps without restraint from officials.

U.S. Rep. Mark Green, who represents part of Middle Tennessee, told “The Ingraham Angle” about his letter addressed to Secretary of State Antony Blinken after a source with knowledge of the situation made the allegations to his office.

Green wrote to Blinken asking for information regarding allegations that not-fully-vetted Afghan evacuees staying at Fort Pickett have “basically have free rein of the complex and have even been allowed to leave despite not having completed the vetting process.”

The lawmaker told host Laura Ingraham that the issues are happening elsewhere than just Fort Pickett, and that the Pentagon is not necessarily to blame in this specific regard because they are essentially taking direction from Foggy Bottom.

“[T]he State Department is failing to give [the Pentagon] adequate information. … They don’t know exactly how many [evacuees] are even there. So they can’t account for someone if they don’t return,” Green said.

This was not the last of Blinkens troubles, as a GOP congressman erupted at Blinken during Afghanistan hearing: ‘We don’t need to hear lies’

A GOP congressman erupted at Secretary of State Antony Blinken during his hearing in front of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, saying Congress does not “need to hear lies.”

Rep. Brian Mast, R-Fla., who lost both legs while serving in Afghanistan, got into a heated exchange with Blinken as the congressman’s allotted time to question the secretary of state drew to a close.

Mast slammed the administration’s handling of the withdrawal, pointing to Biden’s controversial leaked call with the former Afghan president, leading the Florida Republican to proclaim that he does not “believe a word” the secretary was saying.

“I don’t want to hear from the secretary,” Mast said. “He lies to us when he appears before us.”

Now let’s focus back on Biden, as the Biden Admin just was caught erasing Afghan Weapons reports.

Do you know what’s worse than giving up $83 billion dollars in U.S. weapons to terrorist Taliban forces? Doing it and then deleting all public records of your disastrous mistake.

That’s what the Joe Biden administration just got caught doing. According to Forbes, here’s what they did:

“Biden officials recently directed federal agencies to scrub their websites of official reports detailing the $82.9 billion in military equipment and training provided to the Afghan security forces since 2001.”
“The scrubbed audits and reports included a detailed accounting of what the U.S. had provided to Afghan forces, down to the number of night vision devices, hand grenades, Black Hawk helicopters, and armored vehicles.”

Here’s a small taste:
75,000+ war vehicles
200+ planes and helicopters
350,000+ rifles
25,000 grenade launchers

The Biden administration made excuses for erasing the public information, saying it was to protect “the safety of our Afghan contacts.” Right… Just like they’re so concerned for the thousands of Afghans who worked with us that they left behind.

The icing on the cake: New reports indicate that the Taliban is delivering some of these weapons to Iran. So Biden is indirectly arming one of our biggest geopolitical foes.

Let’s Just talk about how Trump thinks about all of this, Trump says Afghanistan withdrawal opens door to China, Russia reverse-engineering US military equipment
Former President Donald Trump blasted the Biden administration’s withdrawal from Afghanistan and speculated that China and Russia could already be reverse-engineering U.S. military equipment left behind.

Speaking with host Sharyl Attkisson during an interview on “Full Measure,” Trump excoriated the withdrawal as “incompetent” and warned it will likely endanger the United States and benefit its enemies.

Trump also expressed doubt regarding whether the war in Afghanistan is over, noting how many unvetted Afghan refugees are being resettled in the United States and around the world.

“I don’t know because you have people going all over the world and being dropped all over the world right now, and nobody knows who the hell they are, Sharyl,” Trump said. “These aren’t the interpreters that we took. These were people that rushed into the planes, and they were so interested in trying to make it sound like ‘Oh, they’re doing a good job.’ These people, many of these people are going to be terrorists. Okay? They’re going to be terrorists. They were very powerful. They were very energetic in getting onto the aircraft.”

Trump went on to suggest the nation’s adversaries are already taking advantage of the stockpile of weapons, armored vehicles, and aircraft that left U.S. forces left behind.

“Now I’m saying, ‘How can they take this equipment?’ And I guarantee that China and Russia already have our Apache helicopters and they’re taking them apart to find out exactly how they’re made. They’re the best in the world by far. And they’re taking them apart so they can make the exact same equipment. They’re very good at that. It’s a disgrace.”

Oh and By the way, if all of this is not bad, remember that Airstrike to take out a “terrorist bomber” well its been confirmed, BIDEN STRIKE KILLED AID WORKERS AND CHILDREN

In the midst of Joe Biden’s failed withdrawal from Afghanistan, his administration lauded a drone strike that they claimed killed two ISIS-K terrorists. A new report from The New York Times (NYT) now confirms that the strike did not kill any ISIS terrorists. But it did kill humanitarian aid workers and Afghan children.

Back up: On August 28 the Pentagon told reporters they had killed two “high-profile” targets who were “planners and facilitators” of the attack on the Kabul airport that killed 13 American soldiers.

The truth: The NYT report confirms that the driver of the vehicle was a man named Zemari Ahmadi who worked for a California-based aid group. And he wasn’t carrying explosives, as the Pentagon claimed. He was carrying containers of water. The Times also suggests 9 others were killed in the strike, including 7 children.

Here’s a timeline, pieced together by NYT:
8:45 AM: Ahmadi’s boss calls him to pick up his laptop
9:00 AM: A U.S. Reaper drone starts tracking Ahmadi as he drives his boss’s white Toyota to pick up breakfast
2:45 PM: Ahmadi filled several canisters of water to distribute as aid
4:00 PM: Ahmadi began his commute home
4:50 PM: The drone fired a hellfire missile at him, killing him and his family
Ahmadi’s boss told NYT: “We have nothing to do with terrorism or ISIS. We love America. We want to go there.”

[Source: Forbes, National Pulse, New York Times, Fox News, Waking Up Right]


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