The corporate-controlled media is working overtime to hide this one shocking story out of Kabul

The withdrawal from Afghanistan is exposing how completely inept the Biden administration is at protecting Americans.

Under Biden’s watch, the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan has been rife with miscommunications, filled with broken promises to stranded Americans, and tragic loss of life.

And now the corporate-controlled media is working overtime to hide this one shocking story out of Kabul.

If you thought it couldn’t get any worse in Afghanistan, think again.

The Biden administration is failing miserably at getting U.S. citizens stranded behind enemy lines out of Afghanistan before the Taliban cement their rule.

Thousands of people have been rushing the Kabul airport to escape to the United States, which has drawn terrorist groups out of hiding.

Last Thursday, two ISIS-K fighters (a branch of ISIS active in Afghanistan) set off two suicide bombs in the packed crowd trying to get into the airport.

The large blasts killed over a hundred Afghan civilians and took the lives of 13 U.S. service members. It was the bloodiest day in Afghanistan for American soldiers in nearly a decade.

Instead of a quick and stern response from the President, Biden was late to the press conference to announce the horrible news and then struggled through his speech, often losing his train of thought, seemingly distracted or unsure of what he was doing.

And now there’s even worse news coming out of Kabul, as Biden completely botched his attempt to exact revenge on ISIS-K.

Late Sunday, the corporate-controlled media reported there were multiple airstrikes targeting ISIS-K fighters in Afghanistan.

One airstrike successfully killed two fighters in the remote Nangarhar province, but the Biden administration’s other strike was a complete and utter failure.

The Washington Post reported on Monday that a U.S. airstrike killed at least 10 civilians in the streets of Kabul.

Spokesman for U.S. central Command, Navy Capt. Bill Urban, stated, “We know that there were substantial and powerful subsequent explosions resulting from the destruction of the vehicle. indicating a large amount of explosive material inside that may have caused additional casualties. It is unclear what may have happened, and we are investigating further.”

Civilian casualties in Afghanistan and other warzones in the Middle East have always been a contentious topic.

Back in 2014, Barack Obama came under similar fire after he ordered airstrikes that ultimately killed Yemeni civilians.

When civilians accidentally die from airstrikes, it provides terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda, the Taliban, and ISIS ammunition to convince other civilians to join their radical, violent causes.

And now Biden’s hasty and unorganized withdrawal from Kabul has resulted in the Taliban having billions of dollars worth of abandoned military equipment, 13 dead United States service members, and unnecessary civilian casualties that terrorists can now use as a tool to recruit more fighters.

Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.