Time to circle back. Brandon’s Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Friday that there was no report criticizing the Brandon Administration’s actions during the withdrawal from Afghanistan. But today we find out she lied, there is a report and it’s damning of the Brandon gang and their actions during this crisis.
The Washington Post reported yesterday (proving that even a broken clock is right two times a day) on the debacle in the Brandon White House during the mismanaged and deadly exit from Afghanistan:
Two “after action” reports were prepared by officials assigned to U.S. Central Command in September, about three weeks after the final planeload of military personnel departed Hamid Karzai International Airport. The assessments appear to affirm separate accounts of senior U.S. commanders frustrated by what they characterized as sloppy, misguided management of the withdrawal.
As The Washington Post first reported Tuesday, military leaders who coordinated the evacuation fault officials in the White House and the State Department whom, they say, failed to respect the Taliban’s swift advance last year and resisted pleas from the military to prepare for an evacuation weeks before Kabul’s fall.
The declassified after-action analyses are contained within an official report detailing the military’s investigation of an Aug. 26 suicide bombing outside the airport’s Abbey Gate that killed an estimated 170 Afghans and 13 U.S. service members. The report, obtained by The Washington Post through a Freedom of Information Act request, comprises dozens of witness interviews, findings of fact, and other official government records. Spanning 2,000 pages, it presents the most extensive, unvarnished account to date of the United States’ 17-day race to end its longest war.
The existence of the after-action reports contradicts claims made Friday by White House press secretary Jen Psaki, who has joined President Brandon and other administration officials in seeking to downplay the significance of U.S. commanders’ remarks.
The Daily Mail reported this morning on the failure within the Brandon Administration to act decisively during the fall of Kabul Afghanistan.
Brandon’s dithering withdrawal from Afghanistan has been blamed for worsening the chaos on the ground and putting American lives at risk by a newly-declassified US intelligence report.
Newly-released papers compiled in the aftermath of the August withdrawal found that deadly chaos was only made worse due to indecisiveness among officials with the Brandon administration officials in Washington D.C.
Their reluctance to close down the U.S. embassy in Kabul only added to the confusion and made the mission even more dangerous, according to the damning documents.
Time to circle back Jen.
Now let’s go for a circle back guys pic.twitter.com/0oUvKUeCBz
— Mr ROBOT (@EllioT_MR___) January 2, 2022