Live: Milley, Austin, McKenzie testify before Senate committee on Afghanistan

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4 Responses to Live: Milley, Austin, McKenzie testify before Senate committee on Afghanistan

  1. Sumoyokozuna says:

    losers all..just what we need another congressional hearing….Im sure they will get to the bottom of it all

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  2. Lucille says:

    Generals McKenzie, Milley Contradict Joe Biden’s Claim No One Warned Against His Afghanistan Withdrawal Timeline (VIDEO)
    By Cristina Laila – Published September 28, 2021 at 11:42am

    Their statements contradict Joe Biden’s previous claims that no one told him at least 2,500 troops should stay in Afghanistan.

    Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and McKenzie also said Joe Biden waited TEN DAYS after Kabul fell to ask for an assessment on the August 31st withdrawal deadline.

    None of them did their duty to protect American citizens or our assets from falling into terrorist hands. The only one who wouldn’t stay quiet about the debacle is now in the brig for “disobeying orders” to stop talking about the failures…Lt. Col. Scheller.

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  3. Lucille says:

    Tucker: This is one of the worst stories of our time
    September 28, 2021


    • Lucille says:

      The above video is generally about Lt. Col. Scheller. Many, including myself, have been supportive of his actions. And I still believe the military’s handling of both Afghanistan and the Lt. Colonel’s objections to be poor in the extreme. However, Michael Yon, who has been totally supportive of Lt. Colonel Stew Scheller, just sent this out to add another dimension to the story….

      Michael Yon @MichaelYon
      Sep 28, 2021 at 11:02pm
      LTC Stew Scheller —

      I’ve had a chance to confirm Stew Scheller actually did write the rambling posts attributed to him — that led to his being locked up. Now, I must recalculate paradigm: Stew comes across as if he has an alcohol problem. He even published that he was drinking while writing.

      The underlying facts remain true that leadership completely botched Afghanistan, and a lot more…but Stew needs to get himself together. Stew himself is demonstrating poor leadership attributes. Though I greatly respect that he has decided to step into the arena, unless he made this decision beyond the bounds of sober mind.

      Stew surely is making an appearance of an irrational man. A rational military officer would never put to paper and to public that he is drinking while cogitating Revolution. Something is off. Stew may actually need psychological help. Which, perversely, plays into the narrative.


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