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Biden Admin Refuses To Answer Questions On Afghanistan

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On Monday, the Biden administration’s spokesman for the Department of Defense John Kirby refused to answer a question about a Politico report detailing how the Biden administration allegedly knew that there would be an ISIS terrorist attack on the Kabul airport last week and that they knew the approximate time and location.

“According to Politico, the U.S. knew where the attack, or roughly where the attack would take place on Thursday and when it would take place,” a reporter said. “Why were there U.S. troops at that gate, at that time?

“What I can tell you is that we have been monitoring as close as we can intelligence that led us to believe that we were in a very dynamic and in some cases, specific threat environment, number one,” Kirby responded. “Number two, as General McKenzie said, we’re going to investigate. We’re going to get to the bottom of what happened last Thursday. 13 precious lives were lost. We’re going to take that seriously. And we’re not going to investigate it in public.”

“Number three, I am absolutely not going to speak to a press story that was informed by the unlawful disclosure of classified information and sensitive deliberations here at the Pentagon,” Kirby concluded. “Just not going to do it.”

Kirby’s refusal came the day after President Biden refused to answer questions on the crisis in Afghanistan after he addressed the crisis situation created by Hurricane Ida in Louisiana.

“I’m not supposed to take any questions, but go ahead,” Biden said.

“Mr. President, on Afghanistan–” a reporter began.

“I’m not going to answer Afghanistan now,” Biden interjected.

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