The Pentagon is finally admitting that Biden and his crew had abandoned about one hundred family members in Afghanistan after the Taliban had intimidated the leader of the free world, Joe Biden, also known as Brandon.
NBC News states, citing the defense officials:
“There are well over 100 extended family members still in Afghanistan, but it’s not clear how many of them want to leave the country.”
Let me venture a guess right here. None. I mean, who in their right mind would like to be at the mercy of the Taliban, Al Qaeda, and ISIS-K? What do you think would happen to them should the terrorists discover their relationship to the soldiers who were fighting them? But, that was added in to confuse people on the subject and to get them to consider the possibility that none of them or at least very want to leave.
A memo issued by Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Colin Kahl asks U.S. military personnel and DoD civilians who have immediate family members requiring help to leave Afghanistan to contact his office, NBC News reports. The memo “instructs service members and Defense Department civilians to email a specific address with the subject ‘immediate family member,’” the network reports.
Have you noticed that after Biden ran away from Afghanistan with his tail between his legs that the number of Americans trapped has grown from 100 to 14,000? That is quite a jump. Why did they do that? If I had to guess, they used the 100 figure to make it look not quite so ban and then kept increasing it in order to soften the blow. It’s an old diversion tactic from the Democratic playbook.
From The Gateway Pundit
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) sent a letter to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Secretary of State Antony Blinken in which he stated, “If we abandon the family members of our servicemen and women in Afghanistan, they will certainly be slaughtered by the Taliban.”
The United States’ deadly and chaotic exit from Afghanistan has left a stain on our country for generations. Many Americans have been left behind by the Biden Administration and thousands, if not tens of thousands of our Afghan partners and their families were also abandoned.
Over the last month, I have been contacted by hundreds of Texans who are desperately trying to get friends and family members safely out of the country. While we have been able to help some, many are trapped. There are reports of several hundred of people, including American citizens, who have been waiting over a week for charted flights to take off from Mazar-i-Sharif airport.
That includes the family members of several Texans who currently serve in the military. They have been working night and day to safely evacuate their family members. But their efforts so far have not been successful. These brave men and women have volunteered to risk their lives to protect our country. Yet, now, when they need us the most, the federal government has turned our backs on them. If we abandon the family members of our servicemen and women in Afghanistan, they will certainly be slaughtered by the Taliban.
I am asking for you to provide me with details of how many U.S. service members have family currently trapped in Afghanistan and your agencies are doing to secure their evacuation.