A family of nine, which included seven children, was killed after the U.S. military issued an airstrike on a vehicle in a residential neighborhood in the city of Kabul. According to CNN, the airstrike was supposed to only target suicide bombers.
However, it appears a secondary explosion of the vehicle caused an extra blast; this killed dozens of people, including a family of nine and their seven children.
The Tragic Loss of Life
The youngest of the children killed in the airstrike was a two-year-old; as of right now, there’s no proof at all that the airstrike killed any members of ISIS K. The only evidence that has come forth was a statement by the U.S. Centcom Commander Bill Urban.
Urban declared that the U.S. military did issue an airstrike on a vehicle that was filled with explosives and making its way to the Kabul airport with members of ISIS K inside. The Centcom Commander public affairs team issued a second statement that said they are investigating civilians causalities resulting from a secondary blast from the targeted vehicle.
Many users believe the Biden administration is simply issuing airstrikes; this is due to the fact they want to act as if they have the upper hand in Afghanistan, but the reality is they don’t.
As much as it hurts to say this, we lost the war in Afghanistan; our brave service members didn’t lose this war, but the Biden administration did. Just look at what we lost and what the Taliban has gained; it tells you all you need to know.
To talk about the equipment we lost in Afghanistan is nothing compared to the lives we lost due to Biden’s horrific withdrawal. Nevertheless, the New York Times put out a special report yesterday that detailed all of the equipment that the Taliban now has in their hands.
Here’s the complete list:
A mind-blowing graphic in today's Times on what $85bn worth of lost equipment means in practice for the Taliban: pic.twitter.com/GDcuNQbb6P
— Will Brown (@_Will_Brown) August 29, 2021
This isn’t an exaggerated list at all, but rather the sad reality that we are living in. The majority of these weapons were all paid for by taxpayer dollars; so essentially, Americans’ hard-earned money is buying the Taliban their weapons.
U.S. Continues to Push Propaganda Depicting Taliban as Trustworthy
The Biden administration, on several occasions, has offered rhetoric that suggests the Taliban can be trusted. The U.S. Department of State even gave the Taliban a list of names of Afghan allies and Americans who are still stranded in Afghanistan.
The reason the State Department gave the list to the Taliban is that they are offering security around the Kabul airport and overseeing who comes in and out. The U.S. government doesn’t like to show the harsh reality and the freedoms Afghanistan people now lack.
Many local news stations cannot report the news freely, because now the press literally has the Taliban breathing down their backs. Take a look:
Afghanistan TV – surreal
This is what a political debate now looks like on Afghan TV, Taliban foot soldiers watching over the host. The presenter talks about the collapse of the Ghani govt & says the Islamic Emirate says the Afghan people should not to be afraid #Afghanistan pic.twitter.com/oEverVgLOE
— Yalda Hakim (@BBCYaldaHakim) August 29, 2021
The guys in the video above are who the Biden administration is currently putting their trust in.