Pentagon Suffers No Consequences After Airstrike On Children

 August 17, 2023

It's been two years since Joe Biden's premature evacuation from Afghanistan left over a dozen Americans dead, and he really still hasn't had to answer for his disastrous decision.

He's not the only one who's getting away with it, though.

During the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan, America's Pentagon ended up killing seven children and three adults in an airstrike for seemingly no reason.

Zemari Ahmadi was an electrical engineer working for an American nongovernmental organization in Afghanistan.

He was returning home when the American military nailed him in a drone strike.

Ahmadi was dead.

So were two other adults and SEVEN children.

To this day, nobody at the Defense Department has taken responsibility for the horrific incident.

There have been no penalties or consequences at all.

"I do not anticipate there being issues of personal accountability to be had with respect to the August 29th airstrike," Biden's man John Kirby said after the airstrike.