STILL STRANDED: Pentagon Says More Than 100 Family Members of U.S. Military Still in Afghanistan

Way to go, Joe.

After the Biden administration’s botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, thousands of Americans and American allies were left behind. Now, there are as many as 100 family members of the U.S. military still stranded, the Daily Wire reports.

“In late September, Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) sent a letter to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Secretary of State Antony Blinken in which he stated, ‘If we abandon the family members of our service men and women in Afghanistan, they will certainly be slaughtered by the Taliban.’”

“The United States’ deadly and chaotic exit from Afghanistan has left a stain on our country for generations, McCaul wrote in the letter. “Many Americans have been left behind by the Biden Administration and thousands, if not tens of thousands of our Afghan partners and their families were also abandoned.”

“I am asking for you to provide me with details of how many U.S. service members have family currently trapped in Afghanistan and what your agencies are doing to secure their evacuation,” McCaul added.

On October 22nd, the Daily Wire reported that, “There are 363 Americans still left in Afghanistan and 176 who are actively communicating with the Biden administration and want to be rescued.”