Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, the head of US Central Command explained, “if we stayed another ten days, we wouldn’t have gotten everybody out that we wanted to get out.”
(Pictured above, U.S. military service dogs left behind.)
Shockingly, U.S. officials gave the Taliban a list of names to help facilitate evacuations. The extent of the damage done by this act of incompetence has yet to be revealed. Lara Logan has been tweeting on the death trap some were lured into attempting to escape.
In good news, a quickly compiled group of American veterans working on their own rescued 600 stranded people in what was dubbed “Operation Pineapple Express.”
Also, thanks to private donations, Glenn Beck’s Nazarene Fund and others have organized alternate flights out for 5,100 Christians. Beck has blamed the State Department and the White House for putting up roadblocks to private rescue attempts, including instructing the Macedonian ambassador to not accept their evacuees.
Afghanis who converted to Christianity are marked for a cruel death and the Taliban is reportedly conducting door to door executions.
In more incompetence or via a secret deal, the U.S. left behind an arsenal of equipment and weapons for the Taliban, while Team Biden has roadmapped how to take Americans’ guns away.
The Taliban allegedly used one of the “33” Black Hawk helicopters left behind to hang a man.
Well, at least the current president isn’t making mean tweets.