Biden Didn’t Deny US Officials Gave Taliban List of Americans and Afghan Allies

President Biden didn’t deny that U.S. officials provided the Taliban with a list of Americans and Afghanistan allies to work with the Taliban for evacuation purposes.

Biden held a press conference on Thursday following the horrific suicide bombing at the Kabul airport gates in Afghanistan that killed at least 13 U.S. service members, over 90 Afghans, and caused numerous serious injuries.

During the press conference, Biden was asked if such a list was provided to the Taliban and he said, “there may have been.”

Such a list could essentially serve as a “kill list” to hunt down the Americans and Afghan allies who are behind enemy lines.

Politico reports:

U.S. officials in Kabul gave the Taliban a list of names of American citizens, green card holders and Afghan allies to grant entry into the militant-controlled outer perimeter of the city’s airport, a choice that’s prompted outrage behind the scenes from lawmakers and military officials.

Some news outlets reported on Politico’s story.

Meanwhile, major news networks ignored this important story.

Critics slammed the decision to give such vital information to the Taliban on social media.

White House press secretary Jenn Psaki said the White House plans to continue working with the Taliban.

As time winds down to the August 31 U.S. troop withdrawal deadline, the Biden administration’s decisions over the Afghanistan crisis are making America and the world a much more dangerous place.