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Biden’s Hostage Crisis—An Update


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How does Blinken still have a job?

Americans were left behind in Afghanistan, and no matter how much lying this administration does—the fact still remains: Americans were abandoned behind enemy lines.

According to the latest reports, Taliban forces are still holding our citizens and allies hostage.

The fact that private American citizens and retired veterans had to come out and rescue people that The U.S. State Department and Biden’s administration abandoned in Afghanistan is enough of an indictment of the current regime.

People are calling for Biden, Blinken, and the entire cabinet to resign, and I am right there with them:

The Epoch Times had the most recent developments on the ongoing hostage situation:

Taliban terrorists are continuing to block Americans from leaving an airport in northern Afghanistan, a top U.S. official said Wednesday.

A number of people, including Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas), described a hostage situation at the airport in Mazar-i-Sharif this week. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Tuesday that the Taliban was preventing Americans from leaving because they lacked proper papers.

“It’s my understanding that the Taliban has not denied exit to anyone holding a valid document,” he said after meeting with officials in Qatar.

A day later, Blinken shifted in tone when speaking about the situation.

 

Fox News reports the chaos on the ground in Afghanistan right now:

“The retaliation has been severe, Chris. You have stories of interpreters being taken home to their families and watching their wives and families being beheaded, executed before they execute the interpreter,” McCaul said. “This is not a new and improved Taliban. This is the same old Taliban. They are reverting back to with the same brutal practices.”

The Texas Republican went on to blast the Biden Administration for stranding over 250 Afghan orphan girls at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music, saying the “U.S. government would not open the gate to let them in.”



 

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