Top leadership at the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) informed active duty and retired service members that they cannot condemn President Joe Biden amid the chaotic — and now deadly — pullout of American troops from Afghanistan.
In an email from the ONI’s Chief of Staff, ONI members were reminded that per a Uniform Code of Military Justice and Department of Defense Directive clause they cannot disrespect senior government leadership. This includes the President, Vice President, Congress, the Secretary of Defense, and more.
US special forces vets launch mission to get Afghan allies out amid Biden's chaotic withdrawal: Pentagon pushes on with evacuation of 8.5K despite threat of ANOTHER ISIS attack after suicide bomber killed 13 American troops and 170 other people
A group of American Afghanistan veterans are in Kabul on a volunteer mission getting people to the airport
They include retired Green Berets and SEAL Team commanders who want to help the Afghan commandos that helped them in the war
They have been going out at night to escort Afghans to the airport on foot under the cover of darkness
They have also teamed up with soldiers at the airport who are defying orders to let them in
The vulnerable Afghans were using the password 'pineapple' to identify themselves at airport gates
They have changed the password after speaking to the media about the operation
It comes as the US government scrambles to evacuate up to 1,000 Americans and thousand more Afghans from Kabul by Tuesday night
On Thursday, the mission became even more dangerous when ISIS launched a suicide bomb attack
170 civilians were killed along with 13 US troops by a suicide bomber in a vest and a car bomb
Biden - whose handling of the withdrawal has been widely condemned - said evacuations would continue
On Thursday it emerged he had given a list of the names of vulnerable Afghans to the Taliban
His administration thought naively that the Taliban would help evacuate the people on the list
Former President Trump called it 'kill list' that will seal their deaths
UPDATED 10:28 AM PT – Saturday, August 28, 2021
Transparency group Judicial Watch released new emails indicating several attacks on White House personnel by Joe Biden’s dog, Major. New reports detailed the emails, which said Major bit members of the Secret Service eight days in a row in March.
At least one White House visitor was also bitten around that time. Meanwhile, the White House has only publicly acknowledged one biting incident.
Jen Psaki was asked on Friday if reporters couldn’t get honest information on minor stories like the one involving Major, why should they have faith in the administration’s account of larger issues. However, the question was brushed off.
“He has been receiving additional training, as well as spending some time in Delaware where the environment is more familiar to him and he is more comfortable,” claimed Psaki. “I don’t have anymore specifics, but I think that speaks to where Major is located to be fully transparent in your ongoing interest in the dog.”
Major was taken back to Delaware in March in what was described as a previously planned trip, however, the emails indicated it was due to the attacks. Judicial Watch President, Tom Fitton, said it’s disturbing to see a White House cover up injuries to personnel by the Biden family pet.....More
The incompetence is incredible by the Biden Administration and it seems they want to ensure the destruction of the U.S. When this happens, look out Canada! We're not going to be exempt by what's happening there as it's already happening here under the Trudeau Administration.