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Inspector general: Biden concealing deals he made with Taliban

Investigative reporter Paul Sperry, who long has dug into the inner workings of the Deep State, is reporting that a Pentagon inspector general has accused Joe Biden of concealing deals he made with the Taliban.

Sperry posted his information on social media, at a time when there's a huge controversy over officials having possession of classified government documents.

The FBI staged a SWAT-style raid on President Trump's Florida home to reclaim classified documents from his presidency. Later it was revealed that authorities were taking a kid-gloves approach to Biden, after authorities found classified documents in several locations in his home, including stashed in a garage next to his old sports car.

Sperry's comments:

He said, "BREAKING: Biden made US troops in Afghanistan coordinate w/ his envoy Khalilzad on how & when they could engage with the Taliban enemy. Troops were not allowed to engage even when checkpoints attacked. In Doha, Khalilzad brokered withdrawal w/ the Taliban 5 Obama freed from Gitmo."

His reference is to five terrorists Barack Obama freed from U.S. custody during his presidency.

Sperry continued, "BREAKING: The Pentagon's inspector general for Afghanistan complains in a new report the Biden administration is hiding classified annexes detailing side deals it made with the Taliban before the withdrawal, including restrictions on US fighting and Taliban counterterror efforts."

Then Sperry added, "'The Taliban Five sat across the negotiating table from Biden's envoy to Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, where they participated as key members of the official Taliban delegation who negotiated the final terms of the US withdrawal."

It is the Gateway Pundit that has renewed its reporting on the disastrous consequences of Biden's abrupt pullout of American troops from Afghanistan.

The move turned the region back over to the Taliban, a recognized terror organization.

It was Fox that reported back in 2021 at the time of the pullout that Biden abandoned 75,000 U.S. vehicles, 200 U.S. aircraft, 600,000 U.S. weapons, and "$85 billion in military funding" to the terror group.

"This is like Obama’s Fast and Furious gun-running scandal on steroids," the report said. "Today the Taliban is patrolling the streets of Kabul in U.S. humvees."

The Pundit report gave a more detailed listed of U.S. equipment, paid for by taxpayers, that Biden gave the Taliban.

That list includes:

  • 2,000 Armored Vehicles Including Humvees and MRAPs

  • 75,989 Total Vehicles: FMTV, M35, Ford Rangers, Ford F350, Ford Vans, Toyota Pickups, Armored Security Vehicles etc

  • 45 UH-60 Blachhawk Helicopters

  • 50 MD530G Scout Attack Choppers

  • ScanEagle Military Drones

  • 30 Military Version Cessnas

  • 4 C-130’s

  • 29 Brazilian made A-29 Super Tocano Ground Attack Aircraft

  • At least 600,000+ Small arms M16, M249 SAWs, M24 Sniper Systems, 50 Calibers, 1,394 M203 Grenade Launchers, M134 Mini Gun, 20mm Gatling Guns and Ammunition

  • 20,040 Grenades

  • Howitzers

  • Mortars +1,000s of Rounds

  • 162,000 pieces of Encrypted Military Comunications Gear

  • 16,000+ Night Vision Goggles

  • 2,520 Bombs

  • And much more

The Gateway Pundit reported, "And now there are reports that U.S. weapons abandoned in Afghanistan are showing up in other war zones. U.S. weapons abandoned in Afghanistan are turning up in Indian-controlled Kashmir."

The information comes in light of a report from Fox that details a deadline for Biden to respond to congressional demands for documents about that "botched U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan."

The report said, "House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., sent letters to top officials in January requesting documents detailing the administration's handling of the withdrawal. The officials included Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin; Joint Chiefs of Staff chair Mark Milley; Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas; Secretary of State Antony Blinken; USAID administrator Samantha Power, and national security adviser Jake Sullivan."

Comer warned, at the time, "We are concerned that the Biden administration continues to delay long overdue transparency to the American people about the disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal and evacuation."

Author: Bob Unruh


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