It looks like U.S. tax dollars have made everybody rich around the world except Americans.
The son of Afghan Minister of Defense Abdul Rahim Wardak has just bought a $20 million dollar house just month’s after the entire Afghan Army fled their posts and left the country after the Taliban took over Afghanistan.
Daoud Wardak also has a $5 million dollar condo in Miami too which raises a big question where is the money coming from?
Well according to multiple reports Wardak’s brother owns a military transportation company called NCL Holdings which previously had a massive $300 million dollar contract with the U.S. military.
U.S. taxpayer dollars at work!https://t.co/szv5kzr2Id
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) October 8, 2021
Daoud Wardak, the son of a senior Afghan military official, is living the American dream. Ran a defense contractor that raked it in, hired DC lobbyists to prolong the war, founded a Miami-based athleisure brand and just bought a $20 million LA mansion. https://t.co/aZHd144ASQ
— Lee Fang (@lhfang) October 7, 2021
Yahoo News had more on the story:
He already owns a $5.2 million Miami Beach condo at the prestigious St. Regis Bal Harbour resort, but Daoud Wardak apparently also wants a West Coast outpost. To that end, he’s heading for Beverly Hills — records reveal the semi-mysterious businessman, who is a son of former Afghan Minister of Defense Abdul Rahim Wardak, has bought a $20.9 million mansion on a prime Trousdale Estates street.
Not much is publicly known about the various business interests or wealth origins of Wardak, an ethnic Pashtun refugee who was born in Afghanistan in 1977. But public corporation records show he’s the president of a Miami-based firm called AD Capital Group. Various reports have also noted that his older brother Hamed Wardak, a Georgetown University grad and onetime valedictorian, is a successful businessman who runs military transportation company NCL Holdings. Based in Virginia but operating primarily in Afghanistan, NCL has secured lucrative U.S. government contracts in exchange for protecting American supply routes in Afghanistan; those contracts were reportedly worth north of a whopping $360 million.
NEW – Son of Afghanistan’s former "defense minister" buys a $20.9 million Beverly Hills mansion. He already owns a $5.2 million condo in Miami.https://t.co/pJaHczWbOl
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) October 8, 2021
If your wondering why the Afghan Army folded so quickly and why the Afghan President and other military leaders fled the country; a documentary by Vice reveals just how bad their Army really was.
The documentary gives an inside look of the Afghan Army that was funded by Billions of U.S. tax dollars and reports the details the Pentagon never told us.
We were told that this military would be able to defend itself by Biden, but this video below shows a different story.