Written by on September 4, 2021

Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden arrives to speak at a roundtable discussion with veterans, Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020, at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)



The Biden administration gave the Taliban a list of names of U.S. citizens and other Afghan allies that needed to be allowed into the airport in Kabul for evacuation, according to a blockbuster report by Politico.


Since the Taliban controls the perimeter, Biden believed that giving them this list of names would expedite the evacuation of 10’s of thousands of Americans and allies. But practical people are wondering: Did Biden give the Taliban a kill-list? They essentially gave the names of every Afghan that worked with the U.S.

Context: The Taliban has a brutal history of gruesomely murdering Afghans who have worked with the U.S.

Biden doesn’t deny the report: When asked about the report during a press conference, Biden said:
“Yes, there have been occasions like that. To the best of my knowledge, in those cases, the bulk of that has occurred and they have been let through.”
Back up: Just last month, Biden was asked if he trusts the Taliban. He replied: “Is that a serious question? No, I do not.”

…He doesn’t trust the Taliban, but he trusts them enough to give them the names of Americans still stranded in Kabul and our allies.

A President’s single greatest duty is to keep Americans safe. Joe Biden has demonstrated that he cannot fulfill that duty. Every member of Congress should be working towards drafting articles of Impeachment.

[Source: Politico, Daily Wire]

Peter R Boykin
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