Pentagon Spox John Kirby Says Thousands of ISIS Prisoners Released After Biden’s Botched Withdrawal (VIDEO)

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby on Friday said thousands of ISIS prisoners were released after Biden’s withdrawal from Bagram Air Base.

In July, US troops abandoned Bagram Air Base, a strategic military base in Afghanistan, in the dead of the night.

Afghanis looted the abandoned base and thousands of terrorists were released from the two prisons next to Bagram.

Instead of moving the terrorists to Gitmo, Biden allowed them to be released by the Taliban.

“How many ISIS-K prisoners were left at Bagram and are believed to have been released from the prison there and why weren’t they removed before the US pulled out – to some place like Gitmo?” a reporter asked Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.

Kirby said he “doesn’t know the exact number” but it’s in the “thousands.”

On Thursday terrorists killed 13 US servicemen and critically injured at least 15 more because of Joe Biden’s decision to abandon the air base.


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