In 12 days, America will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the worst terror attack on American soil in our nation’s history.
Today, the Taliban terror group, which is closely tied to al Qaeda—the terror group responsible for 9-11, took a victory lap around Kandahar with a man dangling from a rope below a Black Hawk helicopter that used to belong to America. Joe Biden and his woke military leader’s humiliating and incompetent withdrawal from Afghanistan gifted the Taliban with over $85 billion worth of US military equipment, including our state-of-the-art Black Hawk helicopters. Almost overnight, Biden’s complete and utter incompetence as our “commander-in-chief” has made Taliban terrorists one of the most dangerous and well-equipped militaries in the world.
Today, the Taliban flaunted their new power by flying the Black Hawk helicopters over Kandahar, only one day before America’s deadline to leave their new Islamic state.
WATCH: Taliban reportedly flying American-made Black Hawk helicopter over Kandahar, Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/yNZPknlrZY
— Insider Paper (@TheInsiderPaper) August 30, 2021
Images posted by Trevor R. Coult MC show a man hanging from a rope. In his comment with the images, Trevor R Coult claims the person is hanging from their throat. The person hanging from the helicopter is not being executed. This close-up image below his tweet that was posted by “Chris” shows the person hanging below the helicopter is alive. According to AFP, he is a member of the Taliban that was unsuccessfully attempting to hang a flag.
The dude is alive by the way. pic.twitter.com/UKt1VUpK8n
— Chris (@Chris56974422) August 30, 2021
Will our allies in the 20-year war on terror ever forgive us for what they view as an unconscionable act of betrayal by Joe Biden? Here’s British war vet Trevor Coult, who was involved in “over 100 military engagements,” talking to Nigel Farage about how sorry he is about his brothers and sisters who sacrificed so much when they joined American forces in their war on terror in Iraq and Afghanistan.
— 𝐓𝐫𝐞𝐯𝐨𝐫 𝐑 𝐂𝐨𝐮𝐥𝐭 𝐌𝐂 🇬🇧 (@Resilient_Vet) August 16, 2021