Remember how Biden threatened the Taliban on August 16, “If they attack our personnel or disrupt our operation, the US presence will be swift and the response will be swift and forceful. We will defend our people with devastating force if possible.”
— #WVTM13 (@WVTM13) August 16, 2021
Remember when Biden knew about the terror attack before it happened? Biden warned that increasing risks to our military and US citizens was “real.”
President #Biden warns the #Taliban about their enemy who is an ISIS affiliate the "ISIS- K " who are enemies of both USA (Allied Forces) & the Taliban. So now American, Allied forces, and Taliban have a common enemy and common goals.#Afghanistan https://t.co/J77VZQKscD pic.twitter.com/5dY33MkWww
— Laieq Hashmi (@ItsHashmi) August 28, 2021
Remember when Joe Biden incoherently read from a teleprompter, as he talked about the murders of 13 US troops and “dozens of Afghan allies?
“It’s been a tough day.”
Pres. Biden addresses the nation after 12 U.S. servicemen killed, 15 others wounded in terrorist attack near Kabul airport amid evacuation efforts in Afghanistan. https://t.co/3yctr77DIT pic.twitter.com/5AsZ3xU0TU
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) August 26, 2021
Remember when Joe Biden threatened ISIS-K that the US would “not forget and would not forgive. We will hunt you down and make you pay!”
"We will hunt you down and make you pay," says US President Joe Biden after a terrorist attack at Kabul airport leaves dozens dead. pic.twitter.com/7hie0716Or
— NHK WORLD News (@NHKWORLD_News) August 27, 2021
Remember that drone strike that Biden, his incompetent regime, and his hard-left friends on social media bragged about his drone strike in Kabul during his botched evacuation efforts?
Jon Cooper, Trump hater extraordinaire and campaign chair for Barack Obama, tweeted:
“Acting swiftly on President Biden’s promised to avenge American deaths in the deadly suicide bombing at Kabul airport, the US military used a drone strike today to kill an ISIS-K terrorism planner.
Almost immediately after the drone strike, multiple reports of an innocent family being killed by the drone strike surfaced.
But old Joe kept up the charade, telling ISIS-K 3 days later, “we are not done with you yet.”
Biden says the US will maintain the fight against terrorism in Afghanistan and other countries, and issues a warning to ISIS-K after last week’s attack in Kabul that killed 13 US service members.
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) August 31, 2021
According to a newly published testimony and footage, it’s now been confirmed that the so-called ISIS-K strike was actually a strike on a US aid worker, another member of his family, and his 7 children.
The New York Post writes about how this new development is raising the specter that the Pentagon lied to the public about the strike.
The reported case of mistaken identity also further tars President Biden for his chaotic pullout of US troops from Afghanistan, which left behind hundreds of US citizens and thousands of at-risk Afghans.
Zemari Ahmadi and nine members of his family, including seven children, were killed in the airstrike on Aug. 29, one day before the final US evacuation flights from Kabul, his brother Romal Ahmadi told the New York Times.
The drone strike that the Pentagon claimed killed an ISIS-K suicide bomber in Kabul actually targeted an aid worker who had filled his car with water jugs rather than explosives, according to a shocking new report.
‘All of them were innocent,’ Ahmadi’s brother Emal told the newspaper, noting that Ahmadi had sought refugee status with the US-based on his international aid work. ‘You say he was ISIS, but he worked for the Americans.’
The Times disputed the Pentagon’s claim that secondary explosions demonstrated that explosive materials were ignited by the US Reaper drone’s Hellfire missile.
Ahmadi, who was the apparent target of the strike, worked for 14 years as a technical engineer in Afghanistan for the Pasadena, Calif.-based charity group Nutrition and Education International, which feeds hungry Afghans.
The aid group had applied for him to move to the US as a refugee.