Navy SEALs To Biden: ‘Where’s The Mandate For Saving Americans In Afghanistan?’

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Democrats and Rhinos have another thing coming if they think the next Congressional run is in the bag. First off, everyone is fed up with them but more than that is a new wave of Republicans taking the stage. A group of retired Navy SEALs are currently running for Congress and showing a ton of potential.

Morgan Luttrell is one of the retired SEALs running. Luttrell already has plenty to say to sleepy Joe Biden:

MORGAN LUTTRELL: If the Biden administration is so concerned about saving American lives with these mandates, these mask mandates and so on and so forth, why don’t they mandate we rescue our citizens and save their lives as well over in Afghanistan?…

All Biden has to do is say let’s do this, let’s mandate this. Task Milley, task Austin, and go get our people. If Big Pharma’s pumping that much money into the DNC that all you’re hearing on the news is about mandates and vaccines, why don’t we get some people to say the same thing about our citizens overseas and bring them home? 


The Pentagon stated Tuesday that nearly 450 American citizens are still in Afghanistan following August’s U.S. military withdrawal, more than the Biden administration has previously claimed.

The latest tally came from Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Colin Kahl, after Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., pointed to what he believed were contradictory or at least “confusing” numbers that the administration has presented since the August 31 withdrawal.

“One of the many confusing things about this whole thing is that we really don’t know how many Americans are left in Afghanistan,” Inhofe said. “The administration’s number of U.S. citizens left in Afghanistan keeps changing. We all understand that. It’s very confusing.”

Inhofe noted that the Biden administration “always said 100 to 200 U.S. citizens left in Afghanistan,” but now says it “has already withdrawn 234 and is in contact with 363 others, 176 of whom want to leave,” citing numbers the State Department provided last week.




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