A recently released Army investigative report on the evacuation from Afghanistan found that President Biden directly contributed to the risk of terrorism during the evacuation.
During the disastrous evacuation, terrorists struck at the airport in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, and killed 60 civilians and 13 U.S. service members.
The report, released in February, found that “The attack was not preventable at the tactical level without degrading the mission to maximize the number of evacuees.” The report essentially states that the only way to prevent terrorists from attacking the evacuation would have been to cut back on the number of evacuees.
An anonymous government source who was in Kabul told Breitbart News that “It was basically the second day, you know, the president of United States called — I didn’t talk to him, not saying I talked to him — but I heard the conversation. He was like, ‘I want f-cking asses in seats.'”
While the media has remained silent on this, it has become clear that President Biden’s decision to take on as many unscreened individuals as possible resulted in the deaths of over a dozen U.S. service members.
The anonymous source pointed out, “And so what happens when you do that? The gates get opened. And that’s why I believe the last statistic I saw is like maybe 10% of the people that out of the 124,000 that we got out of there are actually warranted to be out of there.”
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