Fresh from vacation, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is on a mission to pull the wool over America’s eyes by punishing reporters who report accurately on the disastrous Afghanistan strategy executed by the Biden administration.
In fact, the honest reporting coming from even the most liberal news outlets (CNN, MSNBC, even Fox) is shocking since their dedication to spreading lies, especially of the anti-Trump ilk, is commonplace in America today.
The White House denied that Americans are “stranded” in Afghanistan, calling it an “irresponsible” characterization of the thousands of United States citizens stuck in Kabul and around the war-torn country.
WH Press Sec. Jen Psaki: “I think it’s irresponsible to say Americans are stranded. They are not.”
— America Rising (@AmericaRising) August 23, 2021
Psaki noted the various attempts to contact Americans in Afghanistan, including telephone, text, and email messages.
Meanwhile, Former President Donald Trump scorched Joe Biden and his administration for their inability to properly execute a troop withdrawal and safely secure the evacuation of American citizens from the region:
"Biden’s biggest mistake was not understanding that the Military has to be last out the door, not first out the door. Civilians and equipment go first and then, when everyone and everything is out, the Military goes. So simple, and yet it wasn’t done. Tragic!" pic.twitter.com/VLpbWPulR5
— Natalie Harp (@NatalieJHarp) August 23, 2021
National security adviser Jake Sullivan said Monday that U.S. officials had worried about hastening the collapse of the government in Kabul by evacuating too soon.
BIG #BREAKING 🚨 – US NSA Jake Sullivan defends decision not to evacuate Afghan allies earlier.
"The Afghan govt & its supporters made a passionate case that we should not conduct a mass evacuation, lest we trigger a loss of confidence in the govt" #Afghanistan #Taliban #USA pic.twitter.com/DB4JcQ7LIk
— 𝕶𝖗𝖎𝖘𝖍𝖓𝖆🍥 (@krishnajindal07) August 17, 2021
Reports out of Afghanistan have depicted an increasingly desperate situation outside the airport in Kabul as Americans and Afghans attempt to flee.
On NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday, Sullivan said “several thousand” Americans still needed to be evacuated, with some uncertainty about the precise number.
The truth remains: American citizens and Afghan allies are still trapped inside Afghanistan with little to no support from the U.S. government. The Biden administration is full of half-truths and evasion tactics; no one is willing to take responsibility.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth