Biden Claims ‘No One’s Being Killed’ in Afghanistan, despite 12 Reported Deaths
Biden tells bare faced lie to reporter about deaths
Democrat Joe Biden falsely claimed that nobody was being killed in Kabul, Afghanistan, despite reports of 12 deaths in the area already.
During an interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, Biden defended his handling of the American withdrawal from the country.
Biden also added that intelligence did not indicate the Afghan government would quickly collapse, even though reports said that is exactly what would happen.
"Still a lotta’ pandemonium outside the airport," Stephanopoulos said.
"Oh, there is," Biden responded.
"But, look, b– but no one’s being killed right now, God forgive me if I’m wrong about that, but no one’s being killed right now."
"People are– we got 1,000-somewhat, 1,200 out, yesterday, a couple thousand today. And it’s increasing. We’re gonna get those people out."
Despite Biden's claims, people are being killed in and around the airport in Kabul.
NATO officials confirmed 12 people have been killed in and around the airport in Kabul since Sunday.
Meanwhile, the Taliban have been urging people to leave the airport.
“We don’t want to hurt anyone at the airport,” said the Taliban official to Reuters.
But elsewhere in Afghanistan, there is also more violence.
Neon Nettle reported earlier this week an Afgan woman was shot and killed by Taliban fighters just hours after the terrorist group promised to honor “women’s rights."
A woman in the Takhar province was photographed lying in a pool of blood surrounded by loved ones.
Fox News reported that the woman was killed by insurgents after she was spotted in the street without her head covering.
The Taliban has also been murdering people who are found with a copy of the Bible on their mobile phones.
The news comes days after the Islamist terrorist organization seized leadership of Afghanistan following Joe Biden's troop withdrawal.
According to Christian non-profit SAT-7, the Taliban uses “spies and informants” to persecute Christian minorities.
SAT-7 North America President Dr. Rex Rogers told Religion News Service:
“We’re hearing from reliable sources that the Taliban demand people’s phones, and if they find a downloaded Bible on your device, they will kill you immediately."
“It’s incredibly dangerous right now for Afghans to have anything Christian on their phones. The Taliban have spies and informants everywhere."
Meanwhile, desperate Afghan mothers are trying to save their children from the Taliban by getting them across the border to safety.
A heartbreaking video has emerged from Kabul showing women parting with their babies and toddlers in the hopes they will be rescued.