Rob O’Neill, the former Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden, claimed on Thursday that the Taliban is torturing Afghanis who worked for the United States are being tortured before they get their heads chopped off.
He says the lucky ones are the Afghans who are just merely killed. Som luck, but I guess considering the alternative, it could be lucky.
O’Neill told Fox News:
“They’re going house to house. And if they find you worked for the Americans as a translator or even a driver or a secretary, you’re lucky if they just kill you. What they’re generally doing right now, even though we are not seeing it because we are only seeing what they let us see, is they’re torturing families in front of them before they cut their heads off,” the veteran claimed.
“It’s going to be hard when we need to go back in there to get any translators or human intelligence on the ground simply because no one trusts us anymore. If I was an Afghan I certainly wouldn’t work for the United States right now. Especially they have 7,000 devices that they can see who we took retina scans of and fingerprints.”
He argued the Biden administration is only focused on planning a “ticker tape parade” to memorialize the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Buildings.
O’Neill also noted that the United States has never lost to ISIS or the Taliban when they have met face to face.
The former Navy SEAL also argued that the long-term effect of the botched Biden withdrawal from Afghanistan will be that many countries no longer trust the United States nut that could change in January 2025.
O’Neill said veterans of the war should never regret their service. “What you did was not in vain. At the end of the day, you fought for your brothers and sisters and did a great job.”
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Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy on Thursday asked White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki how the Biden administration could call the Taliban “businesslike and professional.”
Doocy noted during the daily media briefing that the new Taliban government includes an interior minister with his own FBI Wanted poster and a $10 million bounty for his arrest. The Fox News correspondent asked what part of that description could be labeled as “businesslike” or “professional.”