MORE INCOMPETENCE: Pentagon Spox John Kirby Says Thousands of ISIS Prisoners Released After Biden’s Botched Withdrawal

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Pentagon Spox John Kirby Says Thousands of ISIS Prisoners Released After Biden’s Botched Withdrawal (VIDEO)​

By Cristina Laila
Published August 27, 2021 at 10:56am

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby on Friday said thousands of ISIS prisoners were released after Biden’s withdrawal from Bagram Air Base.

In July, US troops abandoned Bagram Air Base, a strategic military base in Afghanistan, in the dead of the night.

Afghanis looted the abandoned base and thousands of terrorists were released from the two prisons next to Bagram.

Instead of moving the terrorists to Gitmo, Biden allowed them to be released by the Taliban.

“How many ISIS-K prisoners were left at Bagram and are believed to have been released from the prison there and why weren’t they removed before the US pulled out – to some place like Gitmo?” a reporter asked Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.

Kirby said he “doesn’t know the exact number” but it’s in the “thousands.”

On Thursday terrorists killed 13 US servicemen and critically injured at least 15 more because of Joe Biden’s decision to abandon the air base.

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Pentagon Spox John Kirby Says Thousands of ISIS Prisoners Released After Biden’s Botched Withdrawal (VIDEO)​

By Cristina Laila
Published August 27, 2021 at 10:56am

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby on Friday said thousands of ISIS prisoners were released after Biden’s withdrawal from Bagram Air Base.

In July, US troops abandoned Bagram Air Base, a strategic military base in Afghanistan, in the dead of the night.

Afghanis looted the abandoned base and thousands of terrorists were released from the two prisons next to Bagram.

Instead of moving the terrorists to Gitmo, Biden allowed them to be released by the Taliban.

“How many ISIS-K prisoners were left at Bagram and are believed to have been released from the prison there and why weren’t they removed before the US pulled out – to some place like Gitmo?” a reporter asked Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.

Kirby said he “doesn’t know the exact number” but it’s in the “thousands.”

On Thursday terrorists killed 13 US servicemen and critically injured at least 15 more because of Joe Biden’s decision to abandon the air base.

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Biden is either mentally retarded or knowingly working to help our enemies either way he needs to be removed from office for either treason or incompetence. It's very likely some of the ISIS terrorists that were released from these prisons were behind the recent bombings.
 

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Correct move by Biden once again. Gitmo should be shut down. Holding people prisoner indefinitely without charging or prosecuting them is itself an abuse. It is the reason why the Writ of Habeas Corpus (i.e. the “Great Writ”) came to be.

If these former prisoners end up on the battlefield or in further terrorist activities, they can be dealt with more summarily (with the drone treatment). Or, if captured, they can be prosecuted and jailed or executed for war crimes or terrorism.
 
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Correct move by Biden once again. Gitmo should be shut down. Holding people prisoner indefinitely without charging or prosecuting them is itself an abuse. It is the reason why the Writ of Habeas Corpus (i.e. the “Great Writ”) came to be.

If these former prisoners end up on the battlefield or in further terrorist activities, they can be dealt with more summarily (with the drone treatment). Or, if captured, they can be prosecuted and jailed or executed for war crimes or terrorism.
How about giving them huge amounts of Biden Bucks to cover a trip to the US through our open border ?
That seems more equitable.
 

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Pentagon Spox John Kirby Says Thousands of ISIS Prisoners Released After Biden’s Botched Withdrawal (VIDEO)​

By Cristina Laila
Published August 27, 2021 at 10:56am

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby on Friday said thousands of ISIS prisoners were released after Biden’s withdrawal from Bagram Air Base.

In July, US troops abandoned Bagram Air Base, a strategic military base in Afghanistan, in the dead of the night.

Afghanis looted the abandoned base and thousands of terrorists were released from the two prisons next to Bagram.

Instead of moving the terrorists to Gitmo, Biden allowed them to be released by the Taliban.

“How many ISIS-K prisoners were left at Bagram and are believed to have been released from the prison there and why weren’t they removed before the US pulled out – to some place like Gitmo?” a reporter asked Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.

Kirby said he “doesn’t know the exact number” but it’s in the “thousands.”

On Thursday terrorists killed 13 US servicemen and critically injured at least 15 more because of Joe Biden’s decision to abandon the air base.

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The media spin now makes ISIS-K out to be an enemy of the Taliban, with the implication that it's therefore OK to enlist the Taliban's cooperation in the final days of the withdrawal, even to the point of giving them names of Americans and friendly Afghans yet to be evacuated as well as relying on them for security assistance near the airport.

Except this doesn't answer the question of why the Taliban released large numbers of their imprisoned ISIS enemies after U.S. troops left the scene in places like Bagram. Or how the ISIS guys then penetrated Taliban security to get near the airport and carry out these terrorist attacks, which the Taliban supposedly oppose.

We're being played by the Taliban with this sudden bizarre division between Good Ragheads and Bad Ragheads...and the even more bizarre placement of the Taliban in the former category. And you have to believe the purpose of the ruse is so that Senile Joe and his Woke Pentagon won't be made to look even worse, if such a thing is possible, than they already do.
 
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The media spin now makes ISIS-K out to be an enemy of the Taliban, with the implication that it's therefore OK to enlist the Taliban's cooperation in the final days of the withdrawal, even to the point of giving them names of Americans and friendly Afghans yet to be evacuated as well as relying on them for security assistance near the airport.

Except this doesn't answer the question of why the Taliban released large numbers of their imprisoned ISIS enemies after U.S. troops left the scene in places like Bagram. Or how the ISIS guys then penetrated Taliban security to get near the airport and carry out these terrorist attacks, which the Taliban supposedly oppose.

We're being played by the Taliban with this sudden bizarre division between Good Ragheads and Bad Ragheads...and the even more bizarre placement of the Taliban in the former category. And you have to believe the purpose of the ruse is so that Senile Joe and his Woke Pentagon won't be made to look even worse, if such a thing is possible, than they already do.
Who made the decision to limit the American presence to 1000 troops during the evacuation ?
I think there is probably only one person in the entire government dimwitted enough to do this.
 
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Biden is either mentally retarded or knowingly working to help our enemies either way he needs to be removed from office for either treason or incompetence. It's very likely some of the ISIS terrorists that were released from these prisons were behind the recent bombings.

I think he's a cognitively impaired puppet and front man for an off-the-rails Dem-Media Party and its Wokeist ideology.

A bunch of Republican officeholders are now hollering for his removal from office because Republicans are good at making brave demands like that. It's an easy and cheap brand of politics.

The problem is, even if Senile Joe is removed from the scene, which doesn't have a snowball's chance of happening, we've got Kamala waiting in the wings. And she most definitely ain't an improvement.
 

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Who made the decision to limit the American presence to 1000 troops during the evacuation ?
I think there is probably only one person in the entire government dimwitted enough to do this.

And for the love of God, who made the decision to shut down the Bagram Air Base, the largest military airfield in the country, in the middle of the night without even telling the (then) Afghan government weeks before this withdrawal fiasco took place.

Absolutely bizarre and senseless.

 

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And for the love of God, who made the decision to shut down the Bagram Air Base, the largest military airfield in the country, in the middle of the night without even telling the (then) Afghan government weeks before this withdrawal fiasco took place.

Absolutely bizarre and senseless.

The troop limits were the main reason for the shutdown of Bagram, according to General Milli Vanilli.
 

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Betcha one of those guys is the one that strapped on a bomb and killed our servicemen.
Sounds like it. (P.S. -- thanks for the Brit media -- they are not pulling any punches in their coverage).

'Biden turned his back on my son': Fathers of Marine killed in Kabul ISIS suicide bomb BLAME President for deaths of 13 US troops and 170 others. Pentagon warns President that ANOTHER attack is likely

  • Max Soviak, Rylee McCollum, David Lee Espinoza, Kareem Nikoui and Jared Schmitz were all killed
  • The Pentagon said on Friday that only one suicide bomber attacked the airport and not two
  • Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby confirmed the two separate blasts on Thursday
  • Thousands of ISIS-K terrorists escaped from Bagram prison when Biden withdrew earlier this year
  • They are the group responsible for Thursday's suicide attack at Kabul airport that killed 13 US troops
  • Pentagon officials on Friday confirmed that they are giving the Taliban people's information
  • Biden's administration thought naively that the Taliban would help evacuate the people on the list
  • Former President Trump called it 'kill list' that will seal the deaths of the Afghan allies on it
  • Thousands of ISIS-K prisoners were freed from Bagram prison by the Taliban on August 15
  • The US abandoned the airbase on July 2 - leaving it in the hands of Afghan troops
  • Military experts have pinpointed it as the moment the US gave Afghanistan over to the Taliban's regime
 

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Correct move by Biden once again. Gitmo should be shut down. Holding people prisoner indefinitely without charging or prosecuting them is itself an abuse. It is the reason why the Writ of Habeas Corpus (i.e. the “Great Writ”) came to be.

If these former prisoners end up on the battlefield or in further terrorist activities, they can be dealt with more summarily (with the drone treatment). Or, if captured, they can be prosecuted and jailed or executed for war crimes or terrorism.
Enjoy your weekend at Tahoe. Don't forget your gas and particle mask.
 

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Correct move by Biden once again. Gitmo should be shut down. Holding people prisoner indefinitely without charging or prosecuting them is itself an abuse. It is the reason why the Writ of Habeas Corpus (i.e. the “Great Writ”) came to be.

If these former prisoners end up on the battlefield or in further terrorist activities, they can be dealt with more summarily (with the drone treatment). Or, if captured, they can be prosecuted and jailed or executed for war crimes or terrorism.
LULZ.

Trump ordered release of 5000 of the very worst, enabling the swift takeover of Afghanistan, you putz.
 

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The media spin now makes ISIS-K out to be an enemy of the Taliban, with the implication that it's therefore OK to enlist the Taliban's cooperation in the final days of the withdrawal, even to the point of giving them names of Americans and friendly Afghans yet to be evacuated as well as relying on them for security assistance near the airport.

Except this doesn't answer the question of why the Taliban released large numbers of their imprisoned ISIS enemies after U.S. troops left the scene in places like Bagram. Or how the ISIS guys then penetrated Taliban security to get near the airport and carry out these terrorist attacks, which the Taliban supposedly oppose.

We're being played by the Taliban with this sudden bizarre division between Good Ragheads and Bad Ragheads...and the even more bizarre placement of the Taliban in the former category. And you have to believe the purpose of the ruse is so that Senile Joe and his Woke Pentagon won't be made to look even worse, if such a thing is possible, than they already do.

Late report: Taliban entering Kabul airport. Links below.

But it's OK. These are not the Bad Ragheads...the nasty ISIS guys who punctuated our humiliation and defeat at the hands of stone-age barbarians with the goodbye gift of a dozen murdered Marines.

No, no, no. This is the Taliban...the Good Ragheads. They're helping us. In fact, they're sworn enemies of ISIS. No, really. And they've thoughtfully arrived at the airport to wish us a fond farewell: We'll miss you guys! Have a nice flight! Write when you get time!


 

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I've heard estimates that nearly $80 BILLION of military equipment has been left behind (including 200+ helicopters). I doubt we'll get a full accounting from this Administration.
 
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