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Father of Marine Killed in Afghanistan Says ‘Biden Turned His Back on Him’

Father of Marine Killed in Afghanistan Says ‘Biden Turned His Back on Him’

“I blame my own military leaders. … Biden turned his back on him. That’s it.”

The families and friends of over a dozen members of the military are grieving right now over the loss of their loved ones in Afghanistan, and the nation mourns with them.

Steve Nikoui, the father of Marine Kareem Nikoui, has been speaking to the media. He is upset with Biden and who could blame him?

Jordan Williams reports at The Hill:

Father of slain Marine: ‘Biden turned his back on him’

The father of a U.S. marine who was killed in the suicide bombing at Kabul’s airport says President Biden “turned his back” on his son.

Steve Nikoui told The Daily Beast that he found out his son Kareem Nikoui was killed in the attack when Marines arrived at his home to deliver the news around 7:15 p.m. Thursday evening.

He told the news outlet that he’s still in shock about what transpired.

“I haven’t gone to bed all night,” Steve Nikoui said. “I’m still in shock. I haven’t been able to grasp everything that’s going on.”

He told The Daily Beast that he wants to “respect the office” of the president but feels Biden let his son down.

“They sent my son over there as a paper pusher and then had the Taliban outside providing security,” he said. “I blame my own military leaders. … Biden turned his back on him. That’s it.”

Mr. Nikoui appeared on the Tucker Carlson show on Friday night.

From FOX News:

“They sent my son over there as a paper pusher and then had the Taliban outside providing security,” Steve Nikoui, the father of Kareem Nikoui, told The Daily Beast. “I blame my own military leaders. … Biden turned his back on him. That’s it.”

Steve Nikoui told the website that he was notified of his son’s death by a group of Marines who showed up on his doorstep Thursday evening. The elder Nikoui said he had stayed home from work after hearing the news of Thursday’s attack and had been “glued to the TV” waiting for any word of his son.

Nikoui said the Marines who delivered the dreaded news were “more choked up than me.”

“I was actually trying to console them,” he said. “But at the same time, I just wanted them to get out as soon as possible so that no one from my family came back and saw them. I thought it appropriate that I be able to tell them.”…

Nikoui went on to compare the area of the airport Kareem and his colleagues were patrolling to a “turkey shoot.”

“Basically, it’s funneled into like a single-file type [of] entry point at which, you know, if you have any sort of chaos of any sort, they would all gather to that one funneled area [in] which they would all be susceptible, and I think that’s exactly what happened,” he said. “It was just basically so chaotic and not really planned out. Now, I’m a carpenter and even I could spot that with my untrained military eye.”

Watch the segment below:

Joe Biden has much to answer for.

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Biden turned his back on all
Of America when he agreed to the steal

They have flown in 112,000 Afghanistan’s and only 5,000 Americans

Think about those numbers for a moment

112,000 new Muslims with Terrorists thrown in for good measure

    Danny in reply to gonzotx. | August 29, 2021 at 10:28 am

    The sooner you accept the reality that Biden won the election, in a series of overtly frivolous lawsuits to pretend he was claiming fraud Trump never once claimed fraud in any state, and that we have work to do to defeat Biden the better.

    Biden’s withdrawal was incompetent because we have an incompetent high command. We have so many openings. We could campaign against the incompetence including holding those who blundered responsible, we could campaign against well so many valid things. We could even campaign against ways the election was rigged (i.e. censorship, political indoctrination in schools etc). Your lie is an alternative to that.

    Your trying to insert what at this point (months after election and still no evidence for any state being flipped by fraud) I would call a lie is a campaign contribution to Biden’s re-election effort.

      gonzotx in reply to Danny. | August 29, 2021 at 1:01 pm

      Oh Danny boy, the pipes the pipes are calling you

      mailman in reply to Danny. | August 29, 2021 at 1:31 pm

      Afghans found out first hand that [American] elections have consequences.

      Biden, and his 81 million voters, better enjoy their victory while it lasts. If Biden and his Junta keep displaying their particular ability to fuck things up like champions its gonna be a very, VERY short victory dance.

        Danny in reply to mailman. | August 29, 2021 at 10:11 pm

        Yes we should be campaigning on meaninful things including Biden and his high command botching a withdrawal.

        Did the Democrats Russia stole the election narrative communicate to you that you made a horrible horrible mistake and should vote Biden in 2020?

        For me that narrative was a gigantic F U to me personally and an attempt to take my right to vote away and an insult to my intelligence suggesting that I voted because of a (mythical) Putin endorsement.

        The Democrats got saved however by controlling media, academia, the government institutions and the cultural institutions which allowed them to push a lie.

        We control none of the above so our pushing a lie just disgusts people who voted Biden and makes it a lot more likely they will do it again.

        I can’t attack the high command for it’s incompetence in withdrawing BEFORE pursuing an evacuation, failure to have a list of allies who deserve American protection etc I have to pretend Trump won an election he lost by 7 million votes to do that?

    JohnSmith100 in reply to gonzotx. | August 29, 2021 at 12:57 pm

    20 years they will be about half a million, another 20 years about 2.5 million. It seems that everything the Biden Harris administration does is aimed to disenfranchise white people in America.

      Ben Kent in reply to JohnSmith100. | August 29, 2021 at 1:33 pm

      Bingo.
      There’s been a 25 year undeclared war on white people.
      Until 2020 it was subtle – now it is overt and pushed by all the ne0-racists.

Was it Biden or the entire United States government?

Mark Milley testified before congress that Bagram Airbase wasn’t needed for an evacuation, that is very strong evidence that blaming it all on Biden is wrong.

It should be blamed on

Biden
Military
State Department

All three share blame for endless blunders.

    Ben Kent in reply to Danny. | August 29, 2021 at 1:35 pm

    @Danny
    The entire National Security / Intel. Agencies must be cleaned out. These idiots don’t know a NaSec threat if it kicked then in the arse.

    . . . The Open Border is a NatSec threat.
    . . . The debacle in Afghanistan is a NatSec threat.
    . . . The Marxist Fifth Column in America is a NatSec threat.
    . . . The destruction of liberty and American culture is a NatSec threat
    . . . The divisive ne0-racism which teaches it’s okat to hate Whites is a NatSec threat.
    . . . The politicization of schools and indoctrination of our kids is a NatSec threat.

    In Vietnam we fought for “hearts and minds” of the people. Today we allow opponents to infect the hearts and minds of our own people with divisive dribble that is designed to undermine our society.

    Fire 3/4s of the NatSec and Intel. Agency staff / researchers- they are worthless.

      Danny in reply to Ben Kent. | August 29, 2021 at 10:15 pm

      I 100% agree with everything except for ” The divisive ne0-racism which teaches it’s okat to hate Whites is a NatSec threat.” it is a minor quible but I would just use the term “racism” instead of “neo-racism” the term neo-racism implies it is somehow different from past race based obsessions.

    4fun in reply to Danny. | August 29, 2021 at 10:39 pm

    It was oblunder, he started getting rid of competent officers and bringing in his minions who would do his bidding. Changing America for the worse.
    It’s why we’re now seeing just how bad these political degenerates have risen to the top by suckling their masters so they can share in the power.

Heart-breaking. We have three-and-a-half more years of this idiocy and bloodshed to endure, until President Trump defeats Xi-den for a second time.

Present arms
/render hand salute
Order Arms

“To absent comrades.”

    redc1c4 in reply to redc1c4. | August 29, 2021 at 3:30 pm

    minor, but to those who serve/d, important nit”

    Marines are just that, “Marines”
    Navy Corpsmen are just that as well, or “Doc” if you are one of *their* Marines.
    Soldiers are members of the US Army

    “soldiers” is a generic, inaccurate, term for uniformed military personnel by media types who don’t care about accuracy, and civilians who don’t know any better, in part because of the MFM.

    #thatisall

My sincere condolences to Mr. Nikoui and his family on the loss of their son. His death, and the deaths of the others serving with him, should not have happened.

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