US Marine Sniper Testifies to Congress About Shocking Order Biden Admin Gave That Killed 13 Service Members in Botched Afghan Pullout

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Democrat Joe Biden designed and led a humiliating and deadly withdraw from the 20-year-long war in Afghanistan, and some Americans wonder if his reckless and ignorant leadership was not done on purpose to hurt as many American and Afghani people as possible as a favor to the Taliban, who he had made a deal with.

During a Foreign Affairs Committee meeting on Wednesday, details from Biden’s insane withdrawal were made public during the testimony of a Marine who was on the ground during the chaotic American retreat and what he said will be burned into the history books of all time and the greatest betrayal to our military men and women- the world may have ever seen- in what us being called another- Impeachable Offense for Biden.

Sgt. Tyler Vargas-Andrews, a U.S. Marine Corps sniper who served in Afghanistan during the surrender to the Taliban forces, testified before Congress on Wednesday in an emotional recall of what happened, as he watched people kill themselves and as he was almost killed himself.

Stopping to regain his composure, Vargas-Andrews told Congress about the horror of what was in front of him.

Fox News reported that Vargas-Andrews was moved to tears as he recounted how his warnings about a potential suicide bomber were ignored by leaders just minutes before the deadly blast at Kabul airport during the American withdrawal from Afghanistan.

“Over the communication network we passed that there was a potential threat and that there was an IED attack imminent, this was as serious as it could get. I request engagement authority while my team leader was ready on the M110 semi-automatic sniper system. The response, leadership did not have engagement authority for us, do not engage,” Vargas-Andrews recounted.

The Marines asked for their battalion commandeer to come to the tower as psychological operations confirmed the individual met the description of the suspected bomber. They presented the commander their evidence while assuring him of the “ease of fire” on the suspect and asked for authority to shoot, but were never given permission.

“Plain and simple, we were ignored. Our expertise was disregarded, no one was held accountable for our safety,” Vargas-Andrews said.


The team soon left their position on a mission to find allies on the ground among the crowd when they were hit by the suicide blast, which led to the deaths of 13 U.S. service members.

Vargas-Andrews telling members about the moment he and a friend were hit with a “flash and massive wave of pressure” after a suicide bomber detonated at Kabul airport on Aug. 26, 2021.

“I’m thrown 12 feet onto the ground but instantly knew what happened. I opened my eyes to Marines dead or unconscious and lying around me. A crowd of hundreds immediately vanished in front of me and my body was catastrophically wounded with 100 to 150 ball bearings now in it,” Vargas-Andrews told the committee through tears.

And most shocking Vargas told Congress that he was denied permission to shoot the suicide bomber in Afghanistan that killed 13 service members and over 170 civilians.

And if that wasn’t bad enough, one Independent media report recalls, that bomber was released by the Taliban:

In July 2021, Joe Biden abandoned Afghanistan’s Bagram Airfield in the middle of the night after nearly 20 years of US occupation. The Biden regime shut off the electricity and slipped away in the night without notifying the base’s Afghan commander, who discovered the Americans’ secret departure more than two hours after they left.

The Taliban quickly took control of Bagram Air Base, which is only 30 miles north of Kabul, on August 15th and released thousands of terrorists held at its prison.

The Biden regime, Mark Milley, and the Afghans left the Taliban military equipment, uniforms, rations, and even sports drinks for the Taliban terrorists.

According to a new media report the ISIS suicide bomber who murdered 13 US servicemen and women and 169 Afghans was released by the Taliban from the Bagram Base prison in July.

ISIS suicide bomber Abdul Rehman was incarcerated at the Bagram prison for the past four years until he was set free by the Taliban terrorists.

From his testimony about the injuries he received and could have prevented:

“A crowd of hundreds immediately vanished in front of me, and my body was catastrophically wounded with 100, 150 ball bearings now in it. Almost immediately, we started taking fire from the neighborhood, and I saw how injured I was with my right arm completely shredded and unusable. I saw my lower abdomen soaking blood. I crawled backwards roughly 7ft because I thought I was still in harm’s way. My body was overwhelmed from the trauma of the blast. My abdomen had been ripped open every inch of my exposed body, except for my face to ball bearings and shrapnel. I tried to get up but could not.

Laying there for a few minutes, I started to lose consciousness when I heard Chas, my team leader, screaming my name as he ran to me. His voice calling to me kept me awake. When he got to me, he dragged me to safety and immediately started triaging me, tying tourniques on my limbs and doing anything he could to stop the bleeding and start plugging wounds. With the help of the other Marines, I was awake through most of it, screaming, moaning and cursing.”

Never forget Joe Biden did that.


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