The Taliban celebrate the U.S. troop’s departure from Kabul airport. The footage shows Islamic terrorists firing gunfire into the air.
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WATCH: The Taliban celebrate US withdrawal with gunfire. pic.twitter.com/hpXVNQm4ra— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) August 30, 2021
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Heavy gunfire celebration from the Taliban in Kabul as the US announces the completion of its withdrawal from Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/HmytcDNszQ— ماك🧢מאק (@beingrealmac) August 30, 2021
“Heavy gunfire celebration from the Taliban in Kabul as the US announces the completion of its withdrawal from Afghanistan,” a reliable source reports.
Despite assurances from the Biden administration, the U.S. military has now admitted that some Americans who want to leave Afghanistan will be left behind.
WASHINGTON (AP) — General says some American citizens who wanted to leave Afghanistan remain in country after US departure.— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) August 30, 2021
Publicly, the U.S. military brass estimates that only a few hundred Americans have been affected by Biden’s withdrawal. It also confirmed that at least “2,000 ISIS militants” roam Afghanistan.
JUST IN – U.S. General McKenzie: “Very few hundreds” of U.S. citizens were left behind and “at least 2,000 hardcore ISIS fighters” are now roaming #Afghanistan.— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) August 30, 2021
Sources from Becker News confirm that satellite imagery shows Taliban activity has started to “round up” Afghan allies.
Officials from Biden have declared that the War in Afghanistan has officially ended. Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin reported that the “last airplane” has left Kabul airport.
This news comes as the U.S. State Department advises citizens to avoid Kabul airport. However, the window for Afghan allies and U.S. citizens to leave Afghanistan is closing rapidly.
“Tell people DO NOT go to the airport now. Last US wheels leave in 15 minutes. After that, it will be overrun by TB.”— Emily Miller (@emilymiller) August 30, 2021
☝️Latest on Kabul airport from an international safety and security officer for one of the world's largest relief organizations
“Tell people DO NOT go to the airport now. Last US wheels leave in 15 minutes. After that, it will be overrun by TB,” Emily Miller report on the “latest on Kabul airport from an international safety and security officer for one of the world’s largest relief organizations.”
“Private advice being circulated by deputy assistant secretary of defense is for all visa holders/high risk pers, including those who had submitted their names to an evacuation manifest, to leave Kabul immediately,” Miller reported, adding, “‘As soon as the US is out, the roundups will begin.’”
“Some of the plane nerds are saying 3 C-17s are inbound,” Miller continued. “Appears to be the case on flight radar, but they look to be maybe 30 away. No one knows how long they will be on the ground. My advice remains go nowhere near the airport now. It will be festooned with TB once US leaves.”
Becker News’ Pentagon-connected sources have independently confirmed the dire situation on the ground. The news follows upon the Biden State Department obstructing military-veteran led and humanitarian efforts to access Afghan air space and extract American civilians and Afghan allies in harm’s way.
On Sunday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the U.S. State Department will be “looking to” the Taliban to guarantee safe passage out of the Islamic terrorist state.