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OFFICIAL: Biden Had “Kill Shot” On Terrorist Who Killed 13 Marines, But Bowed To Taliban Who “Denied Permission to Shoot”


It turns out that Afghanistan might be worse than just a disaster.

It may be a cover up as well.

According to former Deputy Assistant SecDef Roger Pardo-Maurer, the Department of Defense had foreknowledge of the Kabul bomber.

To make matters worse, Biden himself had a “kill shot” on the terrorist.

That suicide bomber, of course, would go on to kill 13 marines.

So why didn’t Biden shoot the terrorist with a drone?

Because the Taliban ordered him not to.

That’s right: the Taliban “denied permission to shoot.”

And the leader of the free world obliged.

See the bombshell video below:

If this bombshell report is true, Biden MUST be impeached immediately.

This is much worse than the “perfect phone call” that got President Trump impeached.

President Trump committed no crime on that phone call.

Yet here, we have Biden’s decision (bowing to the Taliban) resulting in the death of 13 marines.

According to Red State:

Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Western Hemisphere Affairs, Roger Pardo-Maurer dropped some incredible information during an interview and it’s huge, if true.

Director of MRC Latino, Jorge Bonilla, posted an interview of Pardo-Maurer. Pardo-Maurer, who was in the State Department for years, since at least 2001, said he was being told that the Department of Defense already knew who the bomber was ahead of time, before the bombing and when the Kabul attack would occur.

This goes along with a report that we did previously that they knew when and where it was likely to occur.

The report of intelligence communications indicated that the U.S. knew generally where and when the attack would occur at the Kabul airport, even that the gate where the attack occurred — the Abbey Gate was at “highest risk.”

How do we know this report likely is true? Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby refused to talk about it and railed against leaking intelligence.

But Pardo-Maurer went further in his interview. He said not only did they know where and when it would happen, but that they had a Predator drone lock on the bomber, but that “they” refused to grant permission to take the guy out. “[Permission] was requested and was denied,” he said. Why? “Because we are in this process of negotiating with the Taliban who aren’t even in control of their own government or their own people.”

So is he really saying what it sounds like he’s saying? Because it sounds like he’s saying that we had the shot to take this guy out but they were afraid of angering the Taliban if they took the shot. Yikes. So not only had we outsourced our security to the Taliban. But we wouldn’t even properly protect our own people because it might disturb the enemy. We are truly living in a bizarre reality at this point with the Biden team.

I’m thinking those reporters who were questioning Kirby yesterday have to go back to him with this: What did you know and when did you know it? And who gave this order not to take the bomber out? Why was this bomber not taken down? Does this go back to Joe Biden’s famous “risk averseness?” Heads need to roll in the administration over all these failures. But, of course, the biggest problem is the failure at the top which is why everything else is such a disaster.

Again, ask yourself:

How would the media and the Democrat party handle this if it were President Trump?

This is clearly a dereliction of duty on Joe Biden’s part!

But to make matters worse, it looks like Republicans will NOT be impeaching Joe Biden.

How do we know this?

Senator McConnell went public today.

He said that there will “not” be an impeachment.

According to The Hill:

Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.) on Wednesday shot down calls from within his own party to try to impeach President Biden, pointing to next year’s midterm election as a potential check on the administration.

“Well, look, the president is not going to be removed from office. There’s a Democratic House, a narrowly Democratic Senate. That’s not going to happen,” McConnell said at an event in Kentucky, asked if Biden’s handling of the drawdown in Afghanistan merits impeachment and if he would support it.

“There isn’t going to be an impeachment,” he added.

McConnell’s comments come as some Republicans in the House and Senate call for Biden’s impeachment or for him to resign or be involuntarily removed from office over the botched Afghanistan exit.

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said last week that he thought Biden should be impeached. Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.), who chairs the Senate GOP campaign arm, questioned if it was time to invoke the 25th Amendment, which allows the majority of the Cabinet or a body appointed by the Congress to remove a president.

Sens. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) and Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) both called for Biden to resign and House conservatives, including some of former President Trump’s biggest allies, have called for Biden to be impeached.

McConnell’s comments aren’t the first time he’s pushed back on impeachment calls. Asked late last month if he agreed with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), who filed three impeachment articles, that Biden should be impeached, McConnell told a Kentucky TV station: “No.”

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has also stopped short of embracing impeachment calls, while predicting that a GOP-controlled House would probe Biden’s Afghanistan exit and that there would be a “day of reckoning.”

After Democrats twice impeached Trump, first in 2020 for abuse of power in his dealings with Ukraine and again in 2021 for inciting an insurrection after a mob of his supporters breached the Capitol, GOP strategists have predicted that Biden is likely to face impeachment calls if Republicans take back the House next year.

If a GOP-controlled House were to impeach Biden, it could eat up precious floor time in the Senate where trials typically take weeks and grind all other business to a halt. No president has been formally found guilty at the end of a Senate trial.

McConnell, instead of looking ahead to 2023, pointed to the midterm elections, where Republicans are feeling increasingly bullish about the chances of winning back the House or Senate, as an opportunity to hold Biden accountable.

“The report card you get is every two years,” McConnell said. “I think the way these behaviors get adjusted in this country is at the ballot box.”

To win back the House, Republicans need to pick up a handful of seats and need a net gain of just one seat to flip the Senate.

Republicans need to learn how to fight!

The majority of the country no longer thinks that Biden is capable of leading us.

It is a threat to our national security for the commander in chief to suffer from cognitive decline.

We need a strong leader in the White House!

And strength is exactly what we had under President Trump.


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