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Navy SEAL Sends Urgent Warning to Americans

Jack Carr interviewed by former host Tucker Carlson on Fox News
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Former Navy SEAL and bestselling author Jack Carr issued a warning to Americans twenty-two years after 9/11.

Just a few years ago, Joe Biden approved the withdrawal of US servicemen and women from Afghanistan. This poorly planned withdrawal resulted in the tragic death of 13 Americans.

Carr warned that no one is being held responsible for this massive failure in leadership.

“Have any been held accountable?” he asks. “The answer is a resounding no.”

“I encourage all Americans to read Craig Whitlock’s ‘The Afghanistan Papers’ to find out what those same officers were saying in what they believed were to be classified interviews unearthed through two Freedom of Information Act lawsuits,” he continued.

“Politicians and military commanders deceived the public and their own troops throughout America’s longest war — a war the nature of which they did not understand,” Carr said.

“Too many elected representatives were blinded by the dazzling array of administrative awards that adorned the left chests of clean and pressed dress uniforms worn by generals and admirals with impressive resumes and taxpayer-funded postgraduate degrees who largely succeeded in organizations where advancement was predicated on checking boxes and impressing the officer a rung above in the chain of command,” he added.

Carr noted how the 13 Americans who died were brought home in caskets and Joe Biden, a lifetime bureaucrat, had the nerve to “check his watch on the tarmac at Dover Air Force Base.”

“Those 13 dead service members had been doing their duty half a world away amid the chaos of Abbey Gate,” Carr explained.

“There is hope in the lessons of the past and in the lessons of the U.S. experience in Afghanistan,” Carr said. “But, as it was passed to me in the SEAL Teams, hope is not a course of action.”

“Our future depends on dusting off the history books, heeding their lessons and then applying those lessons going forward as wisdom.”

“We owe those who sacrificed their lives on 9/11 and in the Afghan dirt nothing less,” he concluded.

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