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The US went to Afghanistan nearly 20 years ago to defeat the terrorists who participated in 9/11. We were successful, and the day has come for us to leave. However, the abrupt and messy pullout has been anything but ideal or successful. The country, almost the size of Texas and with 38 million people, is now in complete chaos. This is in part due to a failed Biden Administration’s smooth withdrawal from the country after negotiating a departure with the Taliban terrorist group. This begs the question, “How many Afghan refugees can the US save, and are we being realistic in our efforts?”
Journalist Heather Robinson joins “After Dark” to discuss the withdrawal, which has seen terrorist attacks resulting in the death of Afghan citizens and 13 US servicemen. More attacks are expected. In addition, the vetting process used by Homeland Security to admit the Afghan refugees to the country is questioned. And why aren’t Muslim countries admitting refugees to their countries? Their culture is more similar than western culture. Also discussed with Robinson are domestic issues like inflation, the uptick in crime, the southern border crisis, and finally, is Biden fit to serve.
Heather Robinson is a New York-based freelance journalist who regularly contributes to The New York Post, Jewish News Syndicate, the U.S. Spectator, and other publications. She has appeared as a pundit on “CNN with Anderson Cooper” as well as Fox News’s “Geraldo At Large,” discussing human rights, popular culture, and the Mideast. She has also worked as a college writing instructor at New York University and Touro College in Brooklyn.
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