‘Murder list’: Spike Biden’s administrator of networks gives Taliban names of Americans and allies
According to a disturbing Political report from On Thursday, “US officials in Kabul gave the Taliban a list of names of US citizens, green card holders and Afghan allies” to be allowed through Taliban checkpoints. And President Biden admitted at a press conference that night that the report may well be accurate. But none of the broadcasters bothered to mention how the Biden administration’s greatest incompetence meant that they handed over what amounted to a “murder list” to the terrorists.
Political wrote: “US officials in Kabul gave the Taliban a list of names of American citizens, green card holders and Afghan allies to allow them entry to the outer perimeter of the militant-controlled city airport, a choice that sparked outrage. behind the scenes of lawmakers and military officials. “
Officials familiar with the details suggest that the list of names “was designed to expedite the evacuation of tens of thousands of people” and “came as the Biden administration has been relying on the Taliban for security outside the airport.”
But according to an anonymous critic in the report who was furious at the decision, it was a “murder list”:
“Basically, they just put all those Afghans on a kill list,” said a defense official, who like others spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive issue. “It’s just awful and shocking and it makes you feel unclean.”
Biden was pressed on the story by Philip Wegmann of Real Clear Politics during his press conference and gave the disturbing response that the chances were not zero that the Taliban had been given a list of names:
There have been times when our military has contacted their military counterparts in the Taliban and told them this, for example this bus passes with X number of people on it, made up of the following group of people. We want you to let that bus or that group pass. So yeah, there have been times like that. As far as I know, in those cases, most of that has happened and they have been missed.
I can’t tell you for sure that there has actually been a list of names. There may have been. But I don’t know of any circumstances. It does not mean that it does not exist, that here are the names of 12 people, they are going to come, let them pass. It very well could have happened.
And while ABC, CBS, and NBC chose to ignore that part of the story, it was the first thing Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy mentioned when giving his report live from the Briefing Room during Special report.
“The president said it is possible, but he can say with some sense of certainty that the American forces that are in Afghanistan right now trying to evacuate people shared names or information about American citizens and Afghans tried to date the Taliban,” said. . Adding: “He said it was something that could have happened.”
It was also a topic of discussion during the panel segment later in the show. And after host Bret Baier read the outrage from the Politico report, he directed viewers to this bizarre argument Biden made to work closely with the Taliban terrorists:
So far, there is no evidence that any of our commanders in the field have given a consequence that there has been collusion between the Taliban and ISIS. [Transition] They are not good, the Taliban. I am not suggesting that at all. But they have big interests.
“Well, you know, he said he didn’t know and that he could exist. And he said there is no evidence so far that they have done anything wrong with this list. Well. Well, he’s been wrong about a lot of other things, ”warned NPR National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson.
He also noted that we are now forced to “wait and see if there is someone on that list, if it can be proven that the Taliban came out and retaliated against those people.”
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The transcript is below, click “expand” to read:
From Fox News Channel Special report
August 26, 2021
6:04:09 pm ET
BRET BAIER: Let’s meet White House Correspondent Peter Doocy in the White House briefing room. Good evening, Peter. You were there, we got to see your question to President Biden, your thoughts on the news headlines, and what you took from your exchange.
PETER DOOCY: Bret, the president said it’s possible, but you can say with a certain sense of certainty that the American forces that are in Afghanistan right now trying to evacuate people shared names or information about American citizens and the Afghans tried to date. the Taliban. . He said it’s something that could have happened.
6:52:28 pm ET
BRET BAIER: The president, Mara, was asked about this Politico report, in which he says: “American officials provided the Taliban with names of Americans, Afghan allies to evacuate.” Quote: “Basically, they just put all those Afghans on the kill list,” said a defense official “on the condition of anonymity.” It’s just shocking and shocking and makes you feel unclean. “
This is what the president said about the Taliban.
PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: So far there is no evidence that any of our commanders in the field have given a consequence that there has been collusion between the Taliban and ISIS. [Transition] They are not good, the Taliban. I am not suggesting that at all. But they have big interests.
BAIER: As he was saying, Mara, that the lists may have been handed out for people to go through a checkpoint. We know that General McKenzie said today that they are sharing information with the Taliban. Your thoughts?
MARA LIASSON: Well, you know, she said she didn’t know and it could exist. And he said there is no evidence so far that they have done anything wrong with this list. Well. Well, he has been wrong in many other things.
So we will have to wait and see if there is anyone on that list, if it can be proven that the Taliban came out and retaliated against those people.
I think after today, the idea that the Taliban can be trusted, whether they can or not, is unclear. But they certainly couldn’t provide security at the airport. And I don’t know why it will be helpful to give them a list of people who they should let go of the checkpoints.