Washington, D.C. — Roger Pardo-Maurer, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Western Hemisphere Affairs, divulged some incredible information during an interview. It’s huge, if true.
He posted an interview with Pardo-Maurer on the MRC Latino’s website. Pardo-Maurer, who was in the State Department for years, since at least 2001, said he was being told that the Department of Defense already knew who the bomber was ahead of time, before the bombing and when the Kabul attack would occur.
Most didn’t notice-world attention seemed to be focused on the 40-ish Bollywood heartthrob Siddharth Shukla who just died of a heart attack.
But according to former Deputy Assistant Sec. of Defense Roger Pardo-Maurer, the DoD knew about the Kabul bomber and did not authorize its Predator drone to engage the bomber.
This goes along with a previous report stating that our intelligence community knew when and where it was likely to occur.
The report of intelligence communications indicated that the U.S. knew generally where and when the attack would occur at the Kabul airport, even that the gate where the attack occurred — the Abbey Gate was at “highest risk.”
Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby refused to talk about the report and railed against leaking intelligence.
As Pardo-Maurer further explained in his interview, he went further: he stated that not only did they know when and where the bombing would happen, but they also had a Predator drone locked on the bomber, but “they” refused to remove him.
“[Permission] was requested and was denied,” he said. Why? “Because we are in this process of negotiating with the Taliban who aren’t even in control of their own government or their own people.”
Joe Biden deserves credit for supplying the Taliban with 33 UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters which it took them 4-5 days to learn how to fly and are now hanging innocent civilians from for the world to see. pic.twitter.com/gGmFqe6JEo
— Jason D. Meister 🇺🇸 (@jason_meister) August 30, 2021
Does he really mean what he sounds like he means? As if he’s saying they had the shot to kill the Taliban, but were afraid to do so because they were afraid of angering them. Not only did we outsource our security to the Taliban, but we also failed to protect our own people because we were afraid it would disturb the enemy.
I am fully aware of the dangers of replacing Ol’ Joe. However, thanks to him, there are thirteen people out there that are not afraid of anything … anymore.
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