Donald Trump was right about somethings and one of them was the fact that Hillary and Obama (“Israel” also of course) founded ISIS.
When President Joe Biden announced he intended to continue the pull out from Afghanistan, it became widely expected something was gonna be used to keep our soldiers there.
British Defense Minister James Heappey did say to the BBC an attack was coming and people should stay away from the airport and the indications are the American regime didn’t do anything to foil such a threat.
Before the regime tries to blame the Taliban for what ISIS Khorasan did, it should be noted the two are mortal enemies and the US, said in 2020, they gave limited air support to the Taliban to fight ISIS Khorasan.
Not only that, it should further be noted, that the Taliban tried to stop undocumented single men from trying to get to the Kabul airport and security issues was one of them, the West cried human rights violations.
Interesting. When Taliban said the reason they're stopping undocumented single men from crowding at the airport is because of ISIS, everyone (especially journalists) cried that human rights were being violated. https://t.co/p9ivifacDM
— bibi janey (@janeygak) August 26, 2021
At Kabul airport, where the American regime is responsible for security ISIS Khorasan carried out a number of suicide bombings there. As of now 13 US soldiers have been killed in the attack and that number is expected to rise, especially as more suicide bombings are expected.
So far the Biden administration has been completely silent about the suicide bombings with the exception of Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.
This situation is developing and when more information comes I will provide it here on Red Pilled Reality.
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