‘Unforgivable’: Crenshaw, others say Biden turning away US citizens at Kabul airport

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Three congressional Republicans say that the Biden administration is purposefully turning U.S. citizens away from the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Late Saturday, Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw, Texas Rep. Ronny Jackson and Florida Rep. Mike Waltz all filed reports on Twitter alleging this.

“America, you need to know this: Biden is not letting US citizens through the airport gates. It has been impossible to get anyone through for the last 24 hours. This administration has been lying about their intent to save Americans. Unforgivable,” Crenshaw, a retired Navy SEAL, tweeted.

“I am furious!! My team has been on the phone all day trying to get AMERICAN CITIZENS out. They have been just outside the airport numerous times, but the State Department WILL NOT help them,” Jackson tweeted.

“They have been beaten by the Taliban at check points and told to leave and come back with large sums of money. Biden is going to get them killed! Enough!! We have put someone who gives a damn in charge RIGHT NOW!”

“US citizens are not being allowed into Kabul international. Biden has ordered the gates closed. Our fellow Americans will soon be left behind. Unbelievable and unforgivable,” Waltz tweeted.

The tweets predictably sparked a flurry of sarcastic comebacks from Biden sycophants outraged that someone would dare call out President Joe Biden. But their reporting was backed by reports from journalists as well.

“Talking to a woman, a US citizen, who worked as a translator for the US for more than ten years, who was not able to get into the Kabul airport yet again today. She will try again tomorrow but is completely terrified,” CNN’s Clarissa Ward tweeted around noon Saturday afternoon.

Even this report sparked attacks, with far-leftists demanding she focus only on those who’ve already been evacuated and just ignore those who remain stranded in Afghanistan and face potential death.

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A few hours later, renowned investigative reporter Lara Logan reported that the only thing standing between “Americans & safety/home” was the Biden administration.

“Most Americans don’t understand what’s happening in Kabul – been on this all night again w no end. US citizens are fighting through enemy lines to get to the airport. When they show their blue passport to 82nd soldiers at the gate, many are turned away & sent back to the Taliban,” she explained.

One of the most shocking reports came from John Cardillo, who alleged that the Biden administration was blocking the “Pineapple Express” from making further extractions and also “telling nations surrounding Afghanistan not to allow private jets handling the private extractions to land and/or refuel.”

“This is inexplicable and evil,” he tweeted in exasperation.

Meanwhile, conservative radio show host Glenn Beck suggested via Instagram that all “humanitarian flights” out of the airport in Kabul have been permanently cancelled.

“The #kabul airport is finished. No more humanitarian flights. Turn off your phone and find safe shelter,”  he wrote.

 

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The only possible explanation for all this is that the administration is worried those seeking entry into the airport will become victim to another ISIS terror attack.

In fact, the State Department issued a “security alert” Saturday urging “all U.S. citizens in the vicinity of Kabul airport” to “leave the airport area immediately.”

“U.S. citizens should avoid traveling to the airport and avoid all airport gates at this time,” the security alert read.

The problem is that the administration refuses to extend its Aug. 31st deadline, meaning that every hour and minute is crucial and cannot be wasted.

Yet so long as the administration bars evacuees from the airport in Kabul, previous time is being wasted, and the chances of the evacuees finding themselves forever stuck in the hellhole that is Afghanistan are increasing tenfold.

Vivek Saxena

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