Unless directed to by government officials . . . and after having filled out the requisite online forms.
The situation in Afghanistan is deteriorating by the day. Reports are now surfacing that ISIS is gearing up to attack Americans amid the humiliating and chaotic disaster created by the Biden administration’s epic failures in conducting an honorable, clean, organized allied withdrawal from the country.
Potential Islamic State threats against Americans in Afghanistan are forcing the U.S. military to develop new ways to get them out. U.S. citizens have been told not to go to the Kabul airport without instruction from a U.S. government representative. https://t.co/Pfc4fLXH2D
— The Associated Press (@AP) August 21, 2021
The American embassy in Kabul is now telling Americans not to come to the airport unless directed to do so by U.S. government officials.
US Embassy in Kabul issues updated security alert: Americans should *not* come to Kabul airport unless instructed by US government to do so. But first, fill out the online forms. And don't even think about calling us. https://t.co/6yTiSE7Bc2 pic.twitter.com/S0T4Y0woe7
— Byron York (@ByronYork) August 21, 2021
They have communicated to the Taliban this is unacceptable, and Kirby said it may be a case of some Taliban fighters not receiving the word or choosing not to listen. @CBSNews
— Catherine Herridge (@CBS_Herridge) August 21, 2021
And the Biden team still thinks that Americans will be happy to be out of Afghanistan—actually “reward” him—even as it looks increasing likely that many more Americans than died on 9/11 are at, and will be left at, the mercy of not only the Taliban but now ISIS, as well.
CNN’s @clarissaward in Kabul: “I'm sitting here for 12 hours in the airport, 8 hours on the airfield and I haven't seen a single US plane take off. How on Earth are you going to evacuate 50,000 people in the next two weeks? It just, it can’t happen.”
— Kate Sullivan (@KateSullivanDC) August 20, 2021
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