After President Biden’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan took place it was only mere days before the Taliban swiftly took control of the state. The shocking development left American’s stranded and all-out hysteria broke loose when a suicide bomber set off multiple bombs near the Kabul airport as evacuations took place. As Biden tried to pathetically point blame to former President Trump and other parties even President Obama’s CIA director Michael Morell is pinning the blame on Biden and noting that his disastrous decisions will inspire other Jihadists across the world.
The Daily Wire reports:
Morell discussed the numerous issues that the U.S. is now facing since President Joe Biden pulled U.S. forces out of the country, noting that it’s going to be significantly harder to collect intelligence and to execute operations aimed at eliminating threats.
Morell also noted that al-Qaeda could completely “bounce back” within the next 12 months because of the safe haven that Afghanistan provides and that makes Afghanistan the greatest long-term risk for the U.S. when it comes to terrorism.
“I think that the Taliban winning the war in Afghanistan and then the way our exit happened has absolutely inspired jihadists all over the world,” Morell later added. “The Taliban is saying we just didn’t defeat the United States. We defeated NATO. We defeated the world’s greatest military power ever. So there’s a celebration going on. We defeated the Soviet Union. Then it fell. Now we’ve defeated NATO. Right? Maybe they can fall, too.”
“I think not only will jihadists be inspired, but a lot of them are going to come to Afghanistan to be part of the celebration, to be part of jihadist central,” he added. “So after 9/11, they all scattered from Afghanistan. I think we’re going to see a flow back in, and that’s one of the things that makes Afghanistan more dangerous than other spots on the planet.”
Watch Morell describe what the horrifying consequences of Biden’s actions could mean HERE.
Obama’s ex-CIA director also noted a July report by the U.N. that claims Al Qaeda head, Ayman al-Zawahiri is currently being harbored in Afghanistan by the Taliban.
“We think so, which means that the Taliban is harboring Zawahiri today,” Morell said. “The Taliban is harboring al-Qaeda today. And I think that’s a very important point.”