Just as it’s being reported that Secretary of State Antony Blinken was on vacation in the Hamptons days before the fall of Afghanistan, he has also admitted that the Biden regime gave names of American citizens and Afghan allies to the Taliban. This puts any American still in Afghanistan in real danger.

Blinken fessed up during an interview with Chuck Todd on NBC’s “Meet the Press”  when he said the US never gave the Taliban a “kill list” before admitting the US gave the Taliban a kill list of Americans.

Politico had previously reported that US officials gave Americans and Afghan allies names to the Taliban to grant entry into Kabul airport. An anonymous defense official told Politico of the kill list, saying, “It’s just appalling and shocking and makes you feel unclean,”

During Sunday’s interview, Chuck Todd asked Blinken about the kill list:

“I want to ask about this idea that some of these lists of people you’re trying to get out of the country you’ve had to give to the Taliban, But given the Haqqani Network’s ties to the Taliban, how can you be sure any list you share of Afghans who helped Americans won’t be used for horrendous reasons by the Haqqani Network or others?”

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Blinken answered:

“Chuck, it’s simply not the case. The idea that we’ve done anything to put at further risk those that were trying to help leave the country is simply wrong. And the idea that we shared lists of Americans or others with the Taliban is simply wrong.”

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Chuck Todd persisted:

“What was shared?”

Blinken then admitted the US gave the Taliban a list of American citizens and allies:

Also, on CNN, Jake Sullivan admitted lists were given to the Taliban:

And over on CNN, Jake Tapper grilled NSA Jake Sullivan on the administration giving a “kill list” to the Taliban. Sullivan’s argument was that they didn’t give them “all” the names, just small lists. But he couldn’t say if the small lists were used against Americans or allies.

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