Michael Moore Compares Civilian Drone Strike That Killed 7 Children to Rape
Filmaker reacts to Gen. Kenneth McKenzie's apology
Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore blasted the apology from U.S. Central Command Gen. Kenneth McKenzie for the drone strike, which killed ten civilians, including at least seven children in Kabul.
Following McKenzie's apology on Friday that the United States had made a “mistake” when it droned what they believed were Islamic State militants
The strike killed ten civilians, including seven children.
“The strike was a tragic mistake,” Gen. McKenzie told reporters on Friday.
Michael Moore tweeted in response:
“General McKenzie’s long build-up just now of justifying & rationalizing and finally admitting his ‘mistake’ — his massacre of 7 children — sounded like a million guys saying, ‘Hey, I mean, she was wearing a miniskirt! No bra! It’s clear she was looking for some action!'”
“Bastards,” Moore added.
General McKenzie’s long build-up just now of justifying & rationalizing and finally admitting his “mistake” — his massacre of 7 children — sounded like a million guys saying, “Hey, I mean, she was wearing a miniskirt! No bra! It’s clear she was looking for some action!” Bastards.— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) September 17, 2021
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin apologized to the relatives of those killed in the drone strike:
“I offer my deepest condolences to surviving family members of those who were killed.”
“We apologize, and we will endeavor to learn from this horrible mistake,” Austin added.
Neon Nettle reported last week that the man targeted by the U.S. Military in the drone strike was Afghan ally Zemari Ahmadi.
Joe Biden’s Pentagon killed 10 innocent people, told you they’d killed ISIS leaders, and as we learn the information Biden is lounging on the beach taking zero accountability and the Pentagon plans to fire no one. The failed swamp protecting its own. Disgrace.— Mark Meadows (@MarkMeadows) September 17, 2021
Ahmadi worked for a U.S. organization and had applied for refugee resettlement in the U.S. before he was killed when his car was hit with an American missile.
It has been revealed that Ahmadi had no links to terrorism, nor did any of the other victims in the blast which also killed seven children.
Biden admin officials claimed the strike killed an ISIS terrorist carrying a bomb in a car toward U.S. troops.
Seven of those individuals were children, including young family members of Ahmadi who relatives say had run to the car to greet him when he got home moments before the strike.