UNREAL! Biden Admin Has No Idea How They’re Going To Evacuate Americans Still In Afghanistan (VIDEO)

One of the most awful aspects of the Afghanistan withdrawal disaster is that there are still hundreds, possibly thousands of Americans who are now stranded there.

The Biden administration didn’t handle getting them out ahead of time and now they are still there as the Taliban is taking control of the country.

Members of the Biden administration were asked about this on Tuesday and admitted that they have no plan.

They don’t even know the exact number of Americans there. How is this even possible?

Reuters reports:

In a series of U.S. television interviews, Kirby said the U.S. military, including thousands of incoming troops, were squarely focused on airport operations and security.

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“We remain committed to completing this drawdown in a safe and orderly way, and to doing what we can to getting as many of our American citizens out as well as many of those interpreters and translators” who assisted U.S. forces, Kirby told MSNBC.

“We’re going to work really hard in the coming weeks to get as many of them out of the country as we can.”

Kirby told CNN’s “New Day” program that between 5,000 and 10,000 U.S. citizens were believed to remain in the Kabul area, and that the United States could move between 5,000 and 9,000 people out of Kabul per day.

This is just unbelievable.

This administration is completely incompetent.

Their handling of this crisis is a downright embarrassment for America.

 

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