5 Afghanistan Refugees wanted to Hijack evacuation airplane

Written by on October 23, 2021


5 Afghan 'Refugees' Wanted To HiJack Evacuation Airplane

By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist

 

The U.S. Air Force revealed this week that they had received intelligence that five individuals who boarded a flight out of Hamid Karzai International Airport (HKIA) in Kabul back in August intended to hijack the aircraft and that U.S. forces had to quickly move to stop the situation from happening. [via Daily Wire]

The U.S. Air Force released a statement saying: “On one occasion after [receiving] an intel tip, five people onboard one of the commercial flights intended to hijack the aircraft. Our team worked to get them clear of the NATO ramp, relocated to the north side away from friendly forces, then ultimately onto the south side where the situation was handled.”

The Air Force also revealed that combat aircraft on the ground was about to be swarmed when they barely managed to take off on just “a sliver of the remaining runway.”

They also revealed details about the suicide bombing that killed 13 American soldiers: “The sewage alley near Abbey Gate was packed with over 10,000 people when it was bombed around 6 p.m. local time. The terrorists then engaged with small arms fire.”

This all just solidifies the absolute chaos on the ground due to poor leadership and poor decision-making by Joe Biden.

[Source: Daily Wire]


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