US leaves Afghanistan, thanks the ‘generous host nation’, leaves people behind

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The US left Afghanistan as the Taliban slaughters Americans and Afghans who helped us. US Centcom just announced they completed the withdrawal.

General Kenneth McKenzie called Taliban-controlled Afghanistan “our generous host nation.” He claimed the Taliban were helpful.

Where is our fake president, by the way?

He assured us the diplomatic mission begins and he’s sure they can get the Americans out. It will cost a lot of money and money will be hanging from US helicopters.

McKenzie said that he “thinks they did a very good job getting people out.”

Kaitlyn Collins reported: No American citizens were on the last few flights out of Afghanistan, Gen. McKenzie says. A senior State Department official said earlier there were about 250 left who wanted to leave.

The Left is going to try and say ‘war is over,’ but it’s only just begun. Terrorists now have a country and $83 billion in weapons and equipment.

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SD Plissken
SD Plissken
9 months ago

How the Weather Underground Government hates you.
It gets them up in the morning.
What will be done now that the CPUSA has Dominion over the former USA?
Play nice, go along to get along?
Good luck, hope that works out for you. (spoiler alert)

Greg
Greg
9 months ago

W.H. staffers and advisors cheered……the leaving of American citizens behind.

https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1432463019712393222

Greg
Greg
9 months ago
Greg
Greg
9 months ago

Biden has accomplished more in 7 months than any other President has in years,
the most disasters and destructions, that is.

Greg
Greg
9 months ago

The feed I watched didn’t give the final comment. “The operation has gone smoothly…”. What the Hell does he call a disaster. The Taliban has been modernized. No longer do they need a tree to lynch someone, they can now use a high-helicopter to dangle the person high above the ground for all to see.