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YIKES! Even CNN is Trashing Biden for Drone Strike Killing 10 Civilians, Including 7 Children


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You know things aren’t good for Democrats when even CNN is joining the dog pile.

Today, it was revealed that Joe Biden’s drone strike did not kill a terrorist.

No ISIS-K members or terrorists were killed from Biden’s drone strike.

Instead…

It turns out that 10 civilians were killed.

Out of these 10 people killed by Biden’s drone strike, 7 were children.

The others were aid workers.

And now even CNN is critical.

Take a look at this segment from The Lead.

As if that’s not enough, even military leaders are coming out and saying this was a mistake.

General Kenneth F. McKenzie went on CNN to call this a tragic mistake.

You can view on Rumble:

In a separate clip, Jake Tapper calls out the Pentagon for lying.

Specifically, he accused them of an “about face.”

View the following clip on Rumble:

Remember, folks, the Biden administration assured us that this was a good strike.

And he was supposed to be the foreign policy expert, right?!

And in case you missed it…

None other than General Milley called it a “righteous strike.”

Does he stand by his comments now?

The New York Post warns there’s a major flaw in Biden’s strategy:

So much for President Joe Biden’s “over-the-horizon” counterterrorism in Afghanistan: The head of CENTCOM has now admitted that a US drone attack aimed at ISIS terrorists actually killed an innocent aid worker and nine members of his family.

The Aug. 29 strike came after a US Reaper tracked Zemari Ahmadi in his white Corolla making stops, loading canisters into his vehicle and heading home.

US military officials initially claimed that “secondary” explosions confirmed that the car carried explosives for a terror attack, yet other experts said there were no signs of such explosions.

And security footage showed Ahmadi, who has worked for a US-based charity for the last 14 years, earlier filling the containers with water, which look like the same ones seen in photos at the strike site.

CENTCOM chief Gen. Kenneth McKenzie on Friday admitted the strike actually killed 10 innocents, including up to seven children.

“We’ve developed counterterrorism over-the-horizon capability that will allow us to keep our eyes firmly fixed on any direct threats,” Biden promised, assuring Americans that the Afghan pullout wouldn’t heighten terror threats. Oops.

Not only did that “over-the-horizon” capability fail to stop the rocket attacks; it led to the deaths of 10 innocent civilians instead, including young children. Nor did it prevent the ISIS attack days earlier that left 13 US service members and 169 civilians dead.

Let’s face it: Getting good, actionable intel is hard, even with boots on the ground and an in-theater network of agents. Leaving Afghanistan completely makes it that much harder.

Even with good intel, airstrikes can do only so much: After al Qaeda bombed US embassies in Africa in 1998, President Bill Clinton launched cruise missiles at two sites believed linked to the group: One leveled an innocent pharmaceutical factory; the other hit al Qaeda camps but did limited damage, missing Osama bin Laden and boosting his image. Al Qaeda carried out 9/11 just three years later.

Can you imagine if President Trump accidentally droned innocent civilians, including 7 children?

Don’t you think that there would be another impeachment?!

Yet…

It appears that no one in the Biden administration will be held accountable for this.

Also, this comes over a week since the strike.

We doubt it took them this long to know what truly happened.

To make matters worse, this was announced on a Friday.

It’s traditional to release bad press on a Friday in hopes that people don’t really pay attention over the weekend.

So was this intentional timing?

The Hill has more details on Biden’s botched strike:

The Pentagon on Friday confirmed it mistook a civilian vehicle for an ISIS-K threat when it launched a drone strike on Aug. 29 in Kabul that killed 10 civilians.

“I am now convinced that as many as 10 civilians, including up to seven children, were tragically killed in that strike,” U.S. Central Command head Gen. Frank McKenzie told reporters at the Pentagon. “Moreover, we analyzed that it is unlikely that the vehicle and those who died were associated with ISIS-K or were a direct threat to U.S. forces.”

“Our investigation now concludes that the strike was a tragic mistake,” he said.

McKenzie also offered his “profound condolences to the family and friends of those who were killed.”

“This strike was taken in the earnest belief that it would prevent an imminent threat to our forces and the evacuees at the airport, but it was a mistake and I offer my sincere apology. As the combatant commander, I am fully responsible for the strike and this tragic outcome,” he said.

Pentagon officials had previously asserted that at least one ISIS-K member and three civilians were killed when the U.S. military struck a vehicle it said was “an imminent ISIS-K threat” to U.S. forces evacuating people at Kabul’s airport.

Shortly thereafter, reports emerged that the U.S. military targeted the driver of the vehicle, Zemari Ahmadi, based on dubious claims, including because they believed he may have had ties to ISIS and that explosives had been put in his vehicle.

But the driver did not have ties to the terrorist organization and instead was a worker at an aid group, Nutrition and Education International, the investigation found.

The Pentagon on Friday confirmed it mistook a civilian vehicle for an ISIS-K threat when it launched a drone strike on Aug. 29 in Kabul that killed 10 civilians.

“I am now convinced that as many as 10 civilians, including up to seven children, were tragically killed in that strike,” U.S. Central Command head Gen. Frank McKenzie told reporters at the Pentagon. “Moreover, we analyzed that it is unlikely that the vehicle and those who died were associated with ISIS-K or were a direct threat to U.S. forces.”

“Our investigation now concludes that the strike was a tragic mistake,” he said.

McKenzie also offered his “profound condolences to the family and friends of those who were killed.”

“This strike was taken in the earnest belief that it would prevent an imminent threat to our forces and the evacuees at the airport, but it was a mistake and I offer my sincere apology. As the combatant commander, I am fully responsible for the strike and this tragic outcome,” he said.

Pentagon officials had previously asserted that at least one ISIS-K member and three civilians were killed when the U.S. military struck a vehicle it said was “an imminent ISIS-K threat” to U.S. forces evacuating people at Kabul’s airport.

Shortly thereafter, reports emerged that the U.S. military targeted the driver of the vehicle, Zemari Ahmadi, based on dubious claims, including because they believed he may have had ties to ISIS and that explosives had been put in his vehicle.

But the driver did not have ties to the terrorist organization and instead was a worker at an aid group, Nutrition and Education International, the investigation found.

America was safer under President Trump.

Yes, he was a businessman.

But he always put America First.

Meanwhile, Joe Biden has been an insider for decades.

And this is all he has to show for all that “experience.”



 

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