BLOOD ON HIS HANDS: Republican Rep. Blasts Biden For Leaving American Weapons In Afghanistan (VIDEO)

One of the craziest aspects of the disaster in Afghanistan, is that Biden left behind billions of dollars worth of American military weapons and equipment.

That means that if our military is forced to go back there, they could be potentially attacked and killed with American weapons.

Republican Rep. Jim Banks of Indiana, who is a veteran, blasted Joe Biden over this saying Biden will have blood on his hands if this happens.

WIBC News reports:

BANKS BLASTS WHITE HOUSE FOR LEAVING U.S. MILITARY EQUIPMENT, WEAPONS IN AFGHANISTAN

The United States military left behind billions of dollars worth or equipment behind in Afghanistan during the troop pull out of the country earlier this summer.

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During his time in Afghanistan as a Navy reserve officer, it was the job of Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN-03) handle this equipment to give to the Afghan people to fight against the Taliban.

“As a foreign military sales officer my job was to help on the front end and the back end of acquiring American military equipment and turn it over to the Afghan’s and train them on how to use it,” Banks said. “So you can imagine how shameful I find it that all of that equipment has fallen into the hands of the Taliban.”

In a briefing on the steps of the U.S Capital late Tuesday morning, House Republicans laid out what they want to see done by President Biden and Congress in order to mitigate the possible ramifications that could surface as a result of a swift withdrawal from Afghanistan…

“If any of these weapons or this military equipment is used to harm, injure, or kill an American now or any time in the future, the blood is on Joe Biden’s hands,”, Banks said in closing.

Watch the video below:

Rep. Banks is right about this.

The situation in Afghanistan is not going to get better any time soon. In fact, it could get a lot worse.

 

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