Rescue Worker Calls Out Biden's Lies: 'Definitely' More Americans Left in Afghanistan
'Definitely, there are more than the hundred that is being stated'
A volunteer helping to rescue Americans and Afghan allies from Afghanistan slammed Democrat Joe Biden claiming there are still many more Americans trapped in the country.
Army veteran, Jean Marie Thrower, volunteers to rescue Americans and Afghan allies abandoned by the U.S.
Thrower blasted Biden for his catastrophic withdrawal from Afghanistan.
"Definitely, there are more than the hundred that is being stated," Thrower told Fox News.
"We have multiple groups working together with teams with rosters of people, and we continue to scrub those rosters to make sure we know where these people are at."
"I do want to say as a veteran, quickly, that I'm appalled at our administration and how they have disrespected Americans and our allies, as well as put our soldiers' future operations in jeopardy."
She added the Biden administration has miscalculated the true number of Americans still trapped in Afghanistan based on who she and the Afghan Rescue Crew are in contact with.
"We have the evidence out there. We are talking to these people."
"We have American children. We have children being born that are really under American citizenship, technically. So, there are a lot of different things," Thrower said.
Thrower said she is ready to work with the Biden administration to help Americans, but said the administration has been slow responding to her group's requests.
"I've stated that numerous times that we are totally willing to work with them. I know that they might be working with some other groups as well, but we still haven't seen any movement."
"It's very slow moving … people don't have time for that," she said.
"They are being executed, killed, hunted as well as we also have Americans who are being in safe houses that are scared they might be made an example of so it's very dangerous for everybody there and we do not have a lot of time."
The rescue worker said the Taliban are using tactics to lure out Afghans who have worked with the United States before the fall of Kabul.
The terrorist group are also trying to spy on rescue groups' communications and forcing them to other methods of communication for at-risk populations.
Biden claimed last week the United States has "turned the page" on the war in Afghanistan.
"We stand, in my view, at an inflection point in history. And I'm here today to share with you how the U.S. plans to stand with partners and allies in answering these questions," Biden said.
Last month, Donald Trump blasted Biden for leaving Americans to die in Afghanistan, calling it a "dereliction of duty."
Trump said in a statement:
"Leaving Americans behind for death is an unforgivable dereliction of duty, which will go down in infamy."
Earlier this month, Biden's State Department claimed the United States doesn't have enough resources to save American citizens.
"We do not have personnel on the ground, we do not have air assets in the country, we do not control the airspace—whether over Afghanistan or elsewhere in the region," the official told the Free Beacon.