One Minute Before Midnight in Kabul, Evacuation Mission Ends; ‘Hundreds’ of US Citizens Left Behind, by Patrick Goodenough

Are There Remains of Aborted Babies Used in Vaccines? by Brian Clowes
August 31, 2021
Texas Will Become First State to Ban Abortions, Court Allows Heartbeat Law to Go Into Effect Wednesday, by Micaiah Bilger
August 31, 2021

Suhail Shaheen, a spokesperson of the Taliban, has also said in a tweet that the last American soldier left #Afghanistan on Monday midnight. “Tonight 12:00 pm (Afghanistan time) the last American soldier left Afghanistan,” Shaheen tweeted. @TOLOnews

By Patrick Goodenough, CNSNews, August 30, 2021

( – The last U.S. military aircraft flew out of Kabul at 3:29 eastern time on Monday – a minute before midnight in Kabul – drawing a line under a 17-day evacuation mission marking the culmination of President Biden’s bid to end America’s longest war.

As the final C17, with U.S. charge d’affaires Ross Wilson and 82nd Airborne Division commander Maj. Gen. Christopher Donohue among those onboard, took off it left behind a country back in the hands of the same radical Islamist militia whose refusal to surrender those responsible for the 9/11 terror attacks 20 years ago sparked the invasion.

“Tonight 12:00 pm (Afghanistan time) the last American soldier left Afghanistan. Our country gained full independence,” tweeted Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheeh. “Praise be to Allah.” ..

Continue reading >>>