Biden Admin Gave Taliban a 'Kill List' with Names of Americans and Afghan Allies
Identities exposed of U.S. citizens still trapped terrorist-controlled Kabul
Democrat Joe Biden's administration has handed over a "kill list" to the Taliban that includes the names of American citizens, green card holders, and Afghan allies who are still strapped in terrorist-controlled Afghanistan.
US officials in Afghanistan reportedly gave the Taliban a list of Americans and Afghans in the hope they would help them to evacuate.
Apparently, the plan was to expedite evacuations of Americans and Afghan allies from Afghanistan by exposing their identities to the enemy, the Biden admin revealed.
"Basically, they just put all those Afghans on a kill list," a Department of Defense official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Politico.
"It's just appalling and shocking and makes you feel unclean."
Politico reports that the list of names was given so that those persons on it would be granted entry into the Kabul airport, where evacuations are ongoing.
The deadline for US departure is August 31.
The US will reach out to the Taliban "to make sure they know what we expect them to do to protect us" around the airport area, the Pentagon said.
Biden was asked on Friday "Why do you continue to trust the Taliban?"
This after giving a speech in which he said that the US is in "constant contact with the Taliban" in order to nail down the logistics of the evacuation.
"We've made clear to the Taliban that any attack on our forces or disruption of our operations at the airport will be met with swift and forceful response," Biden said on Friday.
The death toll for the attack now stands at 95.
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump has spoken out on the crisis in Afghanistan by stating that the Taliban has become emboldened enough to seize Afghanistan because they know Democrat Joe Biden is "weak."
As first reported by Neon Nettle, Trump says the terrorist group was "under perfect control" during his presidency because he warned the Taliban leader that they'd be hit with the full force of the United States military if they stepped out of line.
The 45th president says the Taliban knew "they would have gotten blown away by F-18" fighter jets had they tried to take Kabul while Trump was in charge.
However, Trump says the Taliban's successful takeover is because they know Joe Biden is too weak to punish them.