Central Command said a couple weeks ago that the U.S. had conducted a drone strike against ISIS in response to the Islamist terrorist group’s suicide bomber attack at the Kabul airport that killed 13 U.S. service members.

The Pentagon claimed two high-profile terrorists were killed and one other was wounded.

“I can confirm, as more information has come in, that two high-profile ISIS targets were killed and one was wounded,” Major General Hank Taylor said one day after the drone strike.

However, Biden’s Pentagon refused to release their names.

Ten family members, including innocent CHILDREN were killed by Biden’s drone strike.

And the so-called “ISIS facilitator” that the US Military saw as an “imminent threat” was actually an aid worker returning to his family, according to the New York Times.

New York Times reporter Evan Hill posted a series of security videos of (ISIS facilitator) Zemari Ahmadi, the man who was killed by Biden’s drone strike.

The surveillance footage shows Ahmadi was just carrying out his normal daily routine as an aid worker and the location of the “unknown ISIS compound” was actually an NGO’s office.

“The military said it believed Zemari Ahmadi’s white Toyota Corolla, which it tracked by drone for eight hours that day, was packed with explosives. Security camera video we obtained showed him loading it with water containers for his home. I’ll detail our findings in this thread.” New York Times reporter Evan Hill said.

VIDEO:

The military said it believed Zemari Ahmadi’s white Toyota Corolla, which it tracked by drone for eight hours that day, was packed with explosives. Security camera video we obtained showed him loading it with water containers for his home. I’ll detail our findings in this thread. pic.twitter.com/1hEaFBmcDo

— Evan Hill (@evanhill) September 10, 2021

Ahmadi was a 14-year employee of Nutrition & Education International, a U.S. NGO that fights malnutrition. He helped start up soy factories, repair machinery, transport his colleagues and distribute food from his Corolla to displaced Afghans.

VIDEO:

Ahmadi was a 14-year employee of Nutrition & Education International, a U.S. NGO that fights malnutrition. He helped start up soy factories, repair machinery, transport his colleagues and distribute food from his Corolla to displaced Afghans. pic.twitter.com/S7r1TyHBs0

— Evan Hill (@evanhill) September 10, 2021

According to Ahmadi’s family, he left his home around 9 am that morning to pick up two colleagues and headed to the office.

“At around the time Ahmadi was picking up his colleagues, the U.S. military said it observed a white sedan emerge from an Islamic State safehouse near Ahmadi’s home, 5km northwest of the airport. Intercepted communications from the safehouse gave the sedan instructions, they said.” the NY Times reported

VIDEO:

At around the time Ahmadi was picking up his colleagues, the U.S. military said it observed a white sedan emerge from an Islamic State safehouse near Ahmadi’s home, 5km northwest of the airport. Intercepted communications from the safehouse gave the sedan instructions, they said. pic.twitter.com/v7OUg1uRQF

— Evan Hill (@evanhill) September 10, 2021

What the military interpreted as ‘suspicious moves’ was just Ahmadi going through his daily routine.

VIDEO:

But @mattaikins interviewed all 5 men who were in the car with Ahmadi that day. They said that what the military interpreted as a series of suspicious moves represented a typical day in his life. He drove his colleagues around town, where they made plans for food distributions. pic.twitter.com/qD08rGmomI

— Evan Hill (@evanhill) September 10, 2021

“At 2:35pm, Ahmadi and a colleague fill several large plastic containers with water. The footage shows Ahmadi bring them to the office earlier that day. His brother told us his neighborhood suffered from a water shortage and that he routinely filled up containers at the office.”

VIDEO:

At 2:35pm, Ahmadi and a colleague fill several large plastic containers with water. The footage shows Ahmadi bring them to the office earlier that day. His brother told us his neighborhood suffered from a water shortage and that he routinely filled up containers at the office. pic.twitter.com/GqzL8NeXmy

— Evan Hill (@evanhill) September 10, 2021

“At 3:38pm, a colleague drives Ahmadi’s car farther into the office driveway. At roughly the same time, the military said, the drone team saw Ahmadi’s car pull into an “unknown compound” 8 to 12 kilometers southwest of the airport.”

VIDEO:

At 3:38pm, a colleague drives Ahmadi’s car farther into the office driveway. At roughly the same time, the military said, the drone team saw Ahmadi’s car pull into an “unknown compound” 8 to 12 kilometers southwest of the airport. pic.twitter.com/BlYOmZ0yOc

— Evan Hill (@evanhill) September 10, 2021

“With the work day ending, an employee switches off the office generator, and the camera goes dark. The military said it now saw four men load wrapped packages into the car. Ahmadi’s colleagues said they were stowing laptop bags, which the footage shows here, earlier in the day.”

VIDEO:

With the work day ending, an employee switches off the office generator, and the camera goes dark. The military said it now saw four men load wrapped packages into the car. Ahmadi’s colleagues said they were stowing laptop bags, which the footage shows here, earlier in the day. pic.twitter.com/24ocATEN2T

— Evan Hill (@evanhill) September 10, 2021

“Ahmadi drops his colleagues off and turns onto his street. His and his brothers’ children surround the car, his relatives said. The family has a habit of letting kids steer the car into the courtyard of their home. Somehow, the military said, the drone team sees none of this.”

VIDEO:

Ahmadi drops his colleagues off and turns onto his street. His and his brothers’ children surround the car, his relatives said. The family has a habit of letting kids steer the car into the courtyard of their home. Somehow, the military said, the drone team sees none of this. pic.twitter.com/HjRbHxN5QX

— Evan Hill (@evanhill) September 10, 2021

Biden killed an entire family just so he could look like he ‘fought back’ after a suicide bomber killed 13 US service members.

Read the full report here:

The final act of the U.S. war in Afghanistan was a drone strike in Kabul that killed 10 people. Our latest investigation shows how a man the military saw as an “imminent threat” and “ISIS facilitator” was actually an aid worker returning to his family: https://t.co/eUX5WSImrD

— Evan Hill (@evanhill) September 10, 2021

The post New York Times Obtains Security Footage Revealing “ISIS Facilitator” Killed by Biden Drone Strike Was Actually an Aid Worker Returning to His Family (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.


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