Pentagon Makes Horrifying Admission After Last Evac Plane Leaves Afghanistan, Says ‘Hundreds’ of Americans Left Behind

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Once again, Joe Biden has lied to the American people.

Biden pledged that he would ensure all Americans would be evacuated from Afghanistan.

Biden also said the U.S. presence would remain in Afghanistan until all Americans were evaucated.

Biden said, “If there’s American citizens left, we’re gonna stay to get them all out.”

White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirm this information while attacking a Fox News reporter who said Americans are being “stranded.”

“It’s irresponsible to say Americans are stranded,” Psaki fired back. “They are not. We are committed to bringing Americans who want to come home, home.”

Now the Pentagon has made a devastating admission.

In a press conference, a top Pentagon commander admitted that at least hundreds of American citizens were left behind.

The U.S. was unable to evacuate all Americans.

After 13 U.S. service members were killed by a suicide bomber at Kabul airport, Americans were urged not to travel to the airport. Over 60 Afghans were also killed.

The Taliban set up checkpoints surrounding the airport.

Sec. of Defense Lloyd Austin has told members of the House of Representatives that Americans are in fact being beaten by the Taliban in Kabul.

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The Biden administration has failed and lied to Americans.

“Commander of U.S. Central Command Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie announced Monday that the last American planes had left Afghanistan, ending 20 years of American military occupation, and leaving the country completely in the hands of the Taliban,” The Federalist reported.

“According to the commander, there are still hundreds of Americans in Afghanistan,” the report added.

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The fact that there were Americans left behind, though tens of thousands of Afghani civilians were evacuated, was confirmed by other reporters.

“CENTCOM Commander says there are ‘hundreds’ of American citizens still in Afghanistan after the last C-17 departed Kabul,” Spencer Brown, the managing editor of, tweeted, in reference to U.S. Central Command chief Gen. Kenneth McKenzie.

“We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out,” he said.

“After a hasty, disorganized evacuation effort — and an ISIS-fueled attack at the Kabul airport that claimed 13 American service members’ lives — the Biden administration announced the end of its troop withdrawal in the country,” The Federalist continued.

“Although 122,000 people, including Americans and Afghans, have been evacuated from Afghanistan since July, the Biden administration left hundreds of Americans in the Taliban-controlled war zone,” the outlet continued.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is demanding transparency from the Biden administration on Afghanistan.

In a sent a letter to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, DeSantis demands to know how many Floridians are among those stranded in Afghanistan.

DeSantis also demands to know what the administration is “doing to ensure the safe evacuation of all American citizens and all eligible Afghan partners.”


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