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The UK Mail had this story of the shameful loss of American lives in the closing days of Afghanistan:

The US Marine Corps has posted a photo on Twitter of the flag-draped caskets of their fallen brethren killed in Thursday's suicide bomb attack in Kabul.

The shot shows the caskets being flown back to the US on a C-17 Globemaster military transport.

The caskets later arrived at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware for  a solemn transfer ceremony Sunday morning, which was attended by Joe Biden

The Corps tweeted: 'Flag-draped transfer cases line the inside of a C-17 Globemaster II Aug. 29, 2021, prior to a dignified transfer at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. 

'The fallen service members died while supporting non-combat operations in Kabul. Gone, but never forgotten.'

Eleven of the servicemembers killed in Thursday's suicide bombing were Marines. They were: Hunter Lopez, Rylee McCollum, David Lee Espinoza, Kareem Nikoui, Jared Schmitz, Daegan Page, Taylor Hoover, Humberto Sanchez, Johanny Rosario, Dylan Merola and Nicole Gee.

Also killed were Navy corpsman Max Soviak and Army Staff Sergeant Ryan Knauss.

There's more;  Click here to go to the source:  https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9939027/US-Marines-post-photo-11-flag-draped-caskets-carrying-bodies-killed-Kabul-bombing.html

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Jim Cox said:
( August 31st, 2021 @ 7:12 pm )
Not even Joe Biden and the entire Democratic Party put together can actually be this stupid. It simply is not possible that no one in the closed circle of idiots and traitors that comprise this misbegotten excuse for an "administration," could not have known such an abandonment would end in disaster. Of course, if disaster was what was intended, then this could be called a success from that perspective. No, you simply cannot be this stupid by accident. I contend that this was done "with malice aforethought."

Having said that, I believe I'm correct in saying that the CIA and other "intelligence agencies" didn't want to completely abandon our presence. The CIA didn't like Trump because he got things done and done in such a way it made them look like the incompetent "deep state" actors that they are. So, get rid of the strong, clear eyed leader and install a weak one they could control. But not quite so fast. The "Left" wants to destroy America. The CIA wants to run America. Right now, those who want to destroy America are ahead.

Is it just possible that the CIA, finding Joe determined to pull out, that they helped him by introducing chaos, leaving civilians and $85 billion dollars worth of military equipment "in country" so they'd have a club to force Biden to send troops back in? Or at least leave assets in place so the CIA would have equipment there for a counter-insurgency against the Taliban? I know that is crazy but the CIA has gone quite crazy in recent years. Heck, they've even started hiring "minority" single mothers who admit to being mentally ill, to work at CIA hq in Virginia. You think I'm making it up? They have even run recruiting ads with just such a person as their spokesperson! I saw an ad on Tucker Carlson's Fox news evening program. So, food for thought. The inmates are in charge of the institution. Literally. Prepare yourself for the worst case scenario. These people are crazy as hell and DO NOT mean us well!

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