REVEALED: Leaked Text From Top Army Officers That Will Make Your Stomach Turn!


The Afghanistan situation that we have been witnessing unfolding before our very eyes has been one of the most horrifying things to see lately.  However, we knew something like this would happen considering that Joe Biden was in charge but also hoped that we were wrong too.

Sadly, we weren’t and Biden botched the Afghanistan withdrawal so badly that is being considered one of the worst foreign policy disasters in recent history. Instead of Biden taking ownership of the chaos that he allowed to happen on his watch, he continues to double-down and also blame President Trump for his massive failure.

On top of it, all Biden has been caught in lies concerning the timeline and that is thanks to newly leaked text messages between military commanders

According to Biden, all Americans that wanted to leave Afghanistan were successfully evacuated from the country.



To bolster that claim, Biden even went on television boasting that there were only 250 Americans left in Afghanistan.

However, according to these text messages, Biden was lying right to our faces and that there were not ONLY 250 people left in the country. As it turns out there are estimates that claim it’s at least 1,000 people, and then there are others that say close to 2,500 people or more!

Check out the text messages below!

Do these sound like military commanders who are happy with the Biden regime or do they sound frustrated, angry, and appalled at the administration’s actions?

Zero Hedge confirms:

Encrypted text messages between an Army colonel and a former Special Forces soldier working on a private effort to extricate stranded Americans from Afghanistan reveal that the US evacuation was anything but the ‘extraordinary success’ President Biden declared on Tuesday.

“We are fucking abandoning American citizens,” said an Army colonel assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division in an encrypted Sunday text message to Michael Yon, who revealed the message to Just the News.

Yon told Just the News that a group of Americans were abandoned at the Kabul airport, pleading for help as military officials told them they were finished with evacuations.

“We had them out there waving their passport screaming, ‘I’m American,’” Yon said Tuesday while appearing on the John Solomon Reports podcast. -Just The News

“People were turned away from the gate by our own Army,” said Yon, the former Special Forces soldier and war correspondent.

Yon’s account, which he shared with JTN’s John Solomon, is backed by three dozen text and email exchanges with frontline Army officials in Afghanistan.

The stranded Americans eventually scattered to safe houses to avoid capture by the Taliban, after which Yon wrote a ‘stinging email’ to an Army major whose team abandoned the rescue effort.

“You guys left American citizens at the gate of the Kabul airport,” wrote Yon on Tuesday. “Three empty jets paid for by volunteers were waiting for them. You and I talked on the phone. I told you where they were. Gave you their passport images. And my email and phone number. And you left them behind.”

“Great job saving yourselves. Probably get a lot of medals,” he added.

While the helper group worked frantically to get the Americans through the gate, members texted one another to say they had seen National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on CNN saying that neither he nor U.S. Central Command chief Gen. Kenneth McKenzie were told that Americans were abandoned.

“Hey did they end up just taking off?” one correspondent texted the helper group. “Because the National Security Advisor just told Tapper that neither he nor McKenzie had heard anything about Americans being left at the gates.”

The correspondent noted that the private group heard differently from a lieutenant colonel (O-5): “Given we had comms with an O-5 on the ground, that means CENTCOM C3 is s–t, or someone is lying.”

According to the private rescue effort, the US Army was told by the State Department not to rescue the Americans.

Wait, so they were told not to rescue Americans?

Could even begin to imagine what the media would have done if they heard that Trump said even anything remotely like this?

There would be burning stakes in D.C. and calls for impeachment right away, but since it is Biden they are protecting their man and covering his lies up.

According to Just the News:

President Biden declared to a puzzled country on Tuesday that the U.S. evacuation from Afghanistan was an “extraordinary success,” while his Pentagon portrayed a prosaic, workaday process to repatriate Americans still stranded in the war-torn country.

But text messages between U.S. military commanders and private citizens mounting last-minute rescues tell a far different story, one in which pleading American citizens were frantically left behind at the Kabul airport gate this past weekend to face an uncertain fate under Taliban rule while U.S. officials sought to spread the blame between high-ranking generals and the State Department

“We are f*cking abandoning American citizens,” an Army colonel assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division wrote Sunday in frustration in a series of encrypted messages that detailed the failed effort to extricate a group of American citizens, hours before the last U.S. soldiers departed Afghanistan.

The text messages and emails were provided to Just the News by Michael Yon, a former Special Forces soldier and war correspondent who was among the private citizens working with private networks and the military to rescue stranded Americans.

Yon told Just the News that a group of Americans were abandoned at the Kabul airport, pleading for help as military officials told them they were finished with evacuations.

“We had them out there waving their passport screaming, ‘I’m American,’” Yon said Tuesday while appearing on the John Solomon Reports podcast.

The heart-wrenching scenes unfolded this weekend as the U.S. military prepared to exit the capital city on Monday, leaving both the airport and most of the country under Taliban control.

“People were turned away from the gate by our own Army,” Yon said.

After the episode ended and the Americans scattered to safe houses to avoid being captured, Yon wrote a stinging email to an Army major whose team had tried to coordinate the rescue before abandoning it.

“You guys left American citizens at the gate of the Kabul airport,” Yon wrote Tuesday to the commander. “Three empty jets paid for by volunteers were waiting for them. You and I talked on the phone. I told you where they were. Gave you their passport images. And my email and phone number. And you left them behind.”

He added: “Great job saving yourselves. Probably get a lot of medals.”

Yon’s account, backed by three dozen text and email exchanges with frontline Army officials in Afghanistan, stands in sharp contrast to the claims of the Biden White House that U.S. citizens would not be left behind in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.

“I think it’s irresponsible to say Americans are stranded,” White House press secretary Jen Pskai said in an Aug. 23 press briefing. “They are not. We are committed to bringing Americans who want to come home, home.” President Joe Biden earlier this month underscored that position, saying that the United States would evacuate every American who wanted to leave the country.

With the American military no longer in Kabul, the Pentagon’s chief spokesman, John Kirby, acknowledged Tuesday that Americans in fact were left behind. He described a calm, diplomatic scenario for bringing those people home.

“Right now I think the tools we have available to us and that we’re going to use as a U.S. government is going to be more in the diplomatic, economic lanes, and we don’t really see a military role right now,” Kirby told MSNBC when asked if the U.S. military would rescue the stranded Americans.

Pentagon officials declined to immediately comment on the text messages Yon provided.

But Kirby on Tuesday couched the repatriation efforts as similar to how the U.S. would help, for example, a citizen who inadvertently crossed the wrong border.

“It’s not completely unlike the way we do it elsewhere around the world,” Kirby said. “We have Americans that get stranded in countries all the time, and we do everything we can to try to facilitate safe passage.”

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) the top Republican on the Senate permanent subcommittee on investigations, first raised concerns in a letter Monday to the Pentagon that Americans had been knowingly and willingly abandoned. Reached late Tuesday, Johnson told Just the News the text messages confirmed his worst fears and raised questions about whether the Biden administration has been misleading the public.

“I’m not sure what planet President Biden and members of his administration are on, but here on planet Earth, his withdrawal from Afghanistan is an abysmal failure,” the senator said. “What we’ve been hearing from people working the evacuation is completely different from the administration’s rosy spin.

“These texts confirm my worst suspicions and should serve as further justification to dramatically increase the vetting process before granting refugees legal status and rights.”

Those involved in the rescue efforts described a volatile, frightening effort to get Americans into the airport and aboard planes.

“I personally know and was involved in an operation two nights ago,” Yon told Just the News. In that mission, Yon and a tight cadre tried to shepherd four American citizens — a woman and three children — onto an evacuation flight. First, the group had to get past Taliban checkpoints and through the gate to the airport.

“We had Taliban take them to the south gate,” Yon said. “That’s how they got through the checkpoint.”

Once at the gate, the family stood waving passports, screaming that they are Americans. But, Yon said, American forces would not come out to get them.

There commenced a series of messages and phone calls from the helper group trying to reach someone who would open the gate for the family.

The helpers made contact with an Army colonel who had knowledge of the evacuation process. In a text exchange viewed by Just the News, the colonel messaged Yon and others that people were being turned away from the airport.

Using short hand for American citizens, Yon wrote: “Any AMCITS?”

“Yes. All of them,” the colonel responded. In a follow on text, he wrote: “Yes, we are f*cking abandoning American citizens.”

While the helper group worked frantically to get the Americans through the gate, members texted one another to say they had seen National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on CNN saying that neither he nor U.S. Central Command chief Gen. Kenneth McKenzie were told that Americans were abandoned.

“Hey did they end up just taking off?” one correspondent texted the helper group. “Because the National Security Advisor just told Tapper that neither he nor McKenzie had heard anything about Americans being left at the gates.”

The correspondent noted that the private group heard differently from a lieutenant colonel (O-5): “Given we had comms with an O-5 on the ground, that means CENTCOM C3 is s–t, or someone is lying.”

This is disgusting and it needs to be stopped but I do not think that the Republicans we have in office would be willing to go to the mat for Americans.
What we need in office, are patriots who want to fight for our country and not just collect a paycheck or make a name for themselves by toeing the line. We need people who believe in what we are and who were meant to be and not this woke crap we are seeing all over the place. We need people to stand up and push back against it or we will be lost and no amount of voting will change it.





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