Joe Biden is currently hiding out on vacation in Delaware while the United States has American hostages trapped behind the enemy lines of the Taliban terrorist organization.
Additionally, Americans and our allies are being hunted while the Biden Administration is simultaneously calling the Afghanistan withdrawal a success and blaming it on Trump.
Most of the mainstream media is also running cover for this debacle.
Chris Wallace: Since we left the country on Friday, how many Americans have gotten out of Afghanistan, since we pulled out how many Afghan allies have gotten out? Since the Taliban was in complete control of the country?
Objective reporting for the educated American.
Michael McCaul (R-TX): I understand. Zero. And In fact, we have six airplanes at Mazar-i-Sharif airport, six airplanes with American citizens on them as I speak, also with these interpreters, and the Taliban is holding them hostage for demands. Right now, the state has cleared these flights, and the Taliban will not let them leave the airport. So I’m sorry, the answer to your question is zero. And that’s my concern, is there going to demand more and more, whether it be cash or legitimacy as the government of Afghanistan.
Chris Wallace: Let me pick up on this because I didn’t know this. You’re saying that there are Americans on airplanes ready to fly out of Afghanistan right now, and they’re not being allowed out? Because Taliban is making demands? What demands are the Taliban making?
Michael McCaul (R-TX): Well, they are not, they are not clearing the airplanes to depart. They’ve sat at the airport for the last couple days, these planes, and they’re not allowed to leave. We know the reason why is because the Taliban wants something in exchange. This is really, Chris, turning into a hostage situation where they’re not gonna allow American citizens to leave until they get full recognition from the United States of America. My concern is that Zalmay Khalilzad, or a special envoy, who’s met with the Taliban. They’re in talks right now. I worry his recommendation to the administration will be to recognize the Taliban as the official government of (to) the United States, a Taliban organization that is a terrorist organization.
Satellite photos confirm…
Newly released satellite images show six commercial airplanes at Mazar-i-Sharif airport in northern Afghanistan that are not being allowed to depart by the Taliban. American citizens and Afghan interpreters are reportedly waiting to board the flights. 📸: @Maxar pic.twitter.com/Ov7kB3z5VP
— Daniel Lippman (@dlippman) September 5, 2021
Reporter Jack Posobiec’s sources are also saying that people are being hunted down and killed.
An active-duty US officer just sent me this pic.twitter.com/FQ2S7Z1lNX
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) September 6, 2021
Meanwhile, Joe Biden is on vacation in Delaware.
– Americans are stranded in Kabul, held hostage by the Taliban Biden armed and financed.
– Unvetted terrorists were brought here instead.
– Jobs were 30% of estimates.
– Black unemployment is 8.8%.
– Gas and food prices are soaring.
Dementia Man is convalescing in Delaware.
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) September 5, 2021
…and Kamala Harris is campaigning in California to try and stop Gavin Newsom from being removed from office.
Kamala is campaigning against Newsom’s removal from office at the same time she is campaigning for Biden’s removal from office
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) September 5, 2021
This is such great news for @larryelder.
Is there anyone more unlikeable than @VP Kamala Harris?
California— VOTE FOR LARRY ELDER!!! https://t.co/GleNmjgtyg
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) September 5, 2021
Biden is in Delaware, Kamala is in Cali…… who’s managing the biggest hostage crisis in our history?
— Joe Kent for WA-3 (@joekent16jan19) September 6, 2021
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have shown everyone where their priorities are and it’s definitely not with Americans.
This piece was written by Zach Heilman on September 6, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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