At the same time that the Biden administration said that it was impossible to rescue Americans from Kabul to the airport, he did have our troops help escort hundreds of French personnel from the embassy to the airport.
Another case where Biden puts America last. The U.S. Embassy in Kabul informed American citizens on Thursday that the Biden administration “cannot ensure safe passage to the airport.” But did they also tell them are people were too busy helping the French?
The message came one day after Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said the U.S. Military lacks the capability to escort Americans trapped behind enemy lines to the airport.
Joe Biden said:
“We’re also facilitating flights for our allies and our partners, and working in close operational coordination with NATO on this evacuation. For example, we provided overwatch for the French convoy bringing hundreds of people from the French embassy to the airport,” Biden said. “These operations are going to continue in the coming days before we complete our drawdown.”
“We have no indication that [Americans] have not been able to get in Kabul through the airport. We have made an agreement with the Taliban. Thus far, they have allowed them to go through.”
But by time Biden said that we knew that the Taliban had beaten some of our people and had also confiscated driver’s licenses and passports in order to make it impossible or at least hard for them to catch an evacuation flight since they had no ID.
In fact, almost every statement made by Joe Biden was proven to be a lie and all of it came from his own people. Kamala is warming up in the wings.
ABC News reporter Ian Pannell said after Biden’s speech that there are multiple examples of the Taliban assaulting American citizens and blocking them from making their way into the airport.
“Last night we had American citizens who had that exact experience, they tried to get to the airport. They had waved their American passports. The president talked about all they had to do was present their passports and they’d be allowed through,” Pannell said. “They were beaten by the Taliban.”
“It just seems the reality and the rhetoric are miles apart. I’m not quite sure what advice the president is receiving,” Pannell said. “The truth on the ground is that these people who are in fear of their lives can’t get through.”