Biden White House: The Taliban Is ‘Businesslike and Professional’
'This is a positive first step'
According to National Security Council (NSC) Spokesperson Emily Horne, the White House is eternally grateful to the violent Taliban terrorist group for being “businesslike and professional.”
“The Taliban have been cooperative in facilitating the departure of American citizens and lawful permanent residents on charter flights from HKIA."
"They have shown flexibility, and they have been businesslike and professional in our dealings with them in this effort."
“This is a positive first step.”
“We will continue these efforts to facilitate the safe and orderly travel of American citizens, lawful permanent residents, and Afghans who worked for us and wish to leave Afghanistan,” Horne continued.
“Because there is an ongoing terrorist threat to operations of this nature, we will not be sharing details of these efforts before people are safely out of the country.”
Horne claimed to have brought “more than 6,000 American citizens and lawful permanent residents home to the United States” while stranding an unknown number in the country behind enemy lines.
There was an estimated 11,000 Americans were in the country at the time Afghanistan collapsed, which left 5,000 unaccounted for.
Biden claimed during his congratulatory deadly evacuation speech that just ten percent were left stranded in the country.
Biden's White House's congratulatory tone continued after the Taliban were reportedly holding hostage 143 American citizens.
Real Clear Politics reported:
“U.S. Lawmakers and veterans trying to assist in the evacuation of 143 stranded Americans and many Afghan allies are growing increasingly frustrated with the lack of action by the Biden administration,” Real Clear Politics reported:
Neon Nettle reported:
Four out of the "Taliban Five" terrorists, who were freed from prison by Barack Obama in 2014, have now assumed top leadership positions in the Afghan government.
On Tuesday, the Taliban announced its new “caretaker” government and released a list of top officials and their roles in the regime.
The list shows four of the five Taliban leaders released from prison by Obama in exchange for kidnapped U.S. Army deserter Bowe Bergdahl.
Meanwhile, Biden's administration blocked several chartered planes from leaving Afghanistan and handed the flight manifests over to the Taliban.
The planes had been chartered by conservative radio host Glenn Beck's charity and were carrying at least 100 American citizens and 1,000 Afghan allies.