VERDICT IS IN: Biden Killed 10 Civilians Including 7 Children and *Will* Get Away With It

PHILADELPHIA - MAY 18, 2019: Former vice-president Joe Biden formally launches his 2020 presidential campaign during a rally May 18, 2019, at Eakins Oval in Philadelphia.

On Friday, the Pentagon confirmed that President Joe Biden’s drone strike in Afghanistan killed 10 innocent civilians, 7 of which were children.



In an attempt to gain cheap political points after his disastrous withdraw from Afghanistan which left 13 United States service members dead, Biden ordered a drone strike on who he thought was to be an ISIS-K fighter. The man, Zemari Ahmadi, was a longtime worker for a U.S. aid group and Biden had him killed.

Despite the sickening actions by Biden and his administration, no one is expected to receive disciplinary action for the murder of 10 innocent humans.

“BREAKING: Gen. McKenzie, head of U.S. Central Command, to announce no ISIS-K fighters killed in U.S. drone strike in Kabul Aug 29. 10 civilians killed, including 7 children in Toyota. No disciplinary action expected, officials say. US military stands by intel leading to strike,” Fox News’ Pentagon reporter Lucas Tomlinson reported.

Check out what the Daily Wire reported in relation to Biden’s drone strike that killed innocent children:

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The U.S. military mistakenly killed an Afghan aid worker and nine members of his family, including seven children, during an August 29 drone strike on a purported ISIS-K terrorist.

The Pentagon announced on Thursday that the U.S. killed 10 civilians while carrying out a strike on a target that U.S. intelligence officials believed to be an ISIS-K target. The strike was in retaliation for an earlier terror attack that killed 13 U.S. service members as well as dozens of Afghan civilians.

Commander of United States Central Command, Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie said the strike was simply a “tragic mistake.”

“Our investigation now concludes that our strike was a tragic mistake,” McKenzie said.

“We now assess that it is unlikely that the vehicle and those who died were associated with ISIS-K or a direct threat to US forces,” McKenzie said.

“It is unclear if officials were referring to one of the three stops that Mr. Ahmadi made to pick up two passengers and the laptop on his way to work: The latter location, the home of N.E.I.’s country director, was close to where a rocket attack claimed by ISIS would be launched against the airport the following morning, from an improvised launcher concealed inside the trunk of a Toyota Corolla, a model similar to Mr. Ahmadi’s vehicle,” the New York Times reported. “Throughout the day, an MQ-9 Reaper drone continued to track Mr. Ahmadi’s vehicle as it drove around Kabul, and U.S. officials claimed they intercepted communications between the sedan and the alleged ISIS safe house, instructing it to make several stops. But the people who rode with Mr. Ahmadi that day said that what the military interpreted as a series of suspicious moves was simply a normal day at work.”

Several outlets previously reported that the drone strike, which was carried out by President Biden, killed an Afghan aid worker and his family. President Biden thought he was a member of ISIS.

The Times previously reported:

Times reporting has identified the driver as Zemari Ahmadi, a longtime worker for a U.S. aid group. The evidence, including extensive interviews with family members, co-workers and witnesses, suggests that his travels that day actually involved transporting colleagues to and from work. And an analysis of video feeds showed that what the military may have seen was Mr. Ahmadi and a colleague loading canisters of water into his trunk to bring home to his family. While the U.S. military said the drone strike might have killed three civilians, Times reporting shows that it killed 10, including seven children, in a dense residential block.

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