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SEEMS LIKE TREASON: Biden regime stockpiled weapons, ammo, equipment for Taliban in months before pull-out: Report
By JD Heyes // Aug 24, 2021

According to published reports, it appears as though the Biden regime has done the unthinkable: supplied weapons to the new Taliban government in Afghanistan by default, if not on purpose outright.


Reuters reported last week that even though President Biden announced in April that the U.S. would be withdrawing, the U.S. continued to supply Afghan National Army forces though it was clear to many within the intelligence community that they would not stand and fight the Taliban -- that they would run away, thus leaving all of that weaponry to the the same militant group American and NATO forces have been fighting for 20 years.

The newswire service even quotes the top U.S. military official as saying so:

About a month ago, Afghanistan's ministry of defense posted on social media photographs of seven brand new helicopters arriving in Kabul delivered by the United States.

"They'll continue to see a steady drumbeat of that kind of support, going forward," U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin told reporters a few days later at the Pentagon.

In a matter of weeks, however, the Taliban had seized most of the country, as well as any weapons and equipment left behind by fleeing Afghan forces.

Video showed the advancing insurgents inspecting long lines of vehicles and opening crates of new firearms, communications gear and even military drones.

"Everything that hasn't been destroyed is the Taliban's now," an American military official told the newswire on condition of anonymity.

"We have already seen Taliban fighters armed with U.S.-made weapons they seized from the Afghan forces. This poses a significant threat to the United States and our allies," Representative Michael McCaul, the top Republican on the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, told Reuters via email.

Now, here's the kicker: U.S. officials and intelligence officers knew that the Afghan military would never stand up to the Taliban, but our government -- the Biden regime -- continued to move weapons and military gear and aircraft into the country anyway, with much of the more advanced equipment being taken to neighboring Pakistan, where that government, which American taxpayers fund, will hand it over to their pals, the Chinese.

All of this was verified by investigative reporter Lara Logan last week in an interview that aired on Fox Nation, the network's new streaming network.

In an interview for "Tucker Carlson Today," Logan, host of "Lara Logan Has No Agenda" on the same network, laid out all of the details.

She said that whoever is “pulling the strings” in the Biden regime, including deep state types behind the scenes, wanted the Afghanistan situation to develop into a crisis and for it to get worse despite saying that there wasn't anything anyone could do to stop it.

Logan noted that American officials have known for years, for example, that the Taliban was operating from areas inside Pakistan, with the full knowledge and support of the Pakistan government, military and intelligence service -- which the U.S. funds.

“What they want you to believe is that Afghanistan is complicated. Because if you complicate it, it’s a tactic in information warfare called ‘ambiguity increasing,'” Logan told Carlson.

“It always comes down to one thing, one or two things. And in this case, in Afghanistan, this comes down to the fact that the United States wants this outcome,” she added. “Whoever is in power right now, whoever is really pulling the strings – and I don’t know that – they could do anything they want to change this. And they’re not.”

“Every time you try to address this issue, the immediate response for 20 years of this war has been, ‘you’re advocating for war in Pakistan.’ No, you’re not. What they know is there are many things the United States could do right now to change what has happened and is happening in Afghanistan. And they’re not doing it,” she added.

Pakistan is the most important country in that region to the U.S. because it is nuclear-armed, Logan added.

“They have pushed through the Bush administration, through Clinton, through Obama, through Trump, and now to Biden that because Pakistan is a nuclear nation, they are the only country in that region that actually matters. In fact, Joe Biden told Afghan’s president — when it was Hamid Karzai still in power– exactly that,” she said.

The outcome in Afghanistan, like the chaos along the U.S.-Mexico border, was planned, as was leaving the Taliban billions in new weapons.

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