Jen Psaki refused to say that all Americans will be safely evacuated from Afghanistan by August 31. The deadline is firm, and the fear that all Americans won’t be able to leave just got more real. The State Department just released an alert saying Americans should leave the airport. Does this indicate that things are not looking good for the trapped Americans? Yes, every moment is crucial to get the people on a flight home to America.

Watch below as Psaki doesn’t assure that all Americans will be leaving. She dodges the question by pivoting to talk about dual citizens and people who haven’t decided to depart. This does not answer the question. There are still over 1,500 Americans in Afghanistan trying to get out. What about them?

DUE TO SECURITY RISKS, the US Embassy and State Department just warned Americans to leave the Kabul Airport ‘immediately.’

ISIS has been delivering “very specific threats” against the crowds gathered at the airport desperately trying to leave the Taliban-controlled country. The Security Alert from the US Embassy is below:

“Because of security threats outside the gates of Kabul airport, we are advising U.S. citizens to avoid traveling to the airport and to avoid airport gates at this time unless you receive individual instructions from a U.S. government representative to do so. U.S. citizens who are at the Abbey Gate, East Gate, or North Gate now should leave immediately.”

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US intel believes ISIS, an enemy of the Taliban, wants mayhem and terror at the airport.

It’s hard to believe there could be any more mayhem than what’s in the photo below:

Reports are that ISIS is capable of carrying out attacks around the airport where people are waiting.

New Zealand is also warning its citizens to get away from the airport.

This suggests that the situation is deteriorating rapidly in Afghanistan.

There is a huge disconnect between the truth on the ground in Afghanistan and what the Biden regime is reporting. People on the ground in Afghanistan are saying it’s a disaster there.

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