U.S. General Warns We Lost 99% Of Our Ability To Track Terrorists When…

Dems have really hurt us here. Along with Biden’s trainwreck of an evacuation, and failure to properly evacuate every American, there is another thing he ruined, our ability to track down terrorists from Al Qaeda and ISIS. According to Gen McKenzie, we are practically blind over there, which is leaving us even more vulnerable to terrorist attacks. McKenzie said as much during a recent interview.

Marine Gen. Frank McKenzie, head of U.S. Central Command, said in an interview with The Associated Press that the departure of U.S. military and intelligence assets from Afghanistan has made it much harder to track al Qaeda and other extremist groups inside Afghanistan.

“We’re probably at about 1 or 2% of the capabilities we once had to look into Afghanistan,” he said, adding that this makes it “very hard, not impossible” to ensure that neither al Qaeda nor the Islamic State group’s Afghanistan affiliate can pose a threat to the United States.

Speaking at the Pentagon, McKenzie said it’s clear that al Qaeda is attempting to rebuild its presence inside Afghanistan, which was the base from which it planned the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks against the United States. He said some militants are coming into the country through its porous borders, but it is hard for the U.S. to track numbers.

“McKenzie and other senior U.S. military and national security officials had said before the U.S. withdrawal that it would complicate efforts to keep a lid on the al Qaeda threat, in part because of the loss of on-the-ground intelligence information and the absence of a U.S.-friendly government in Kabul. The U.S. says it will rely on airstrikes from drones and other aircraft based beyond Afghanistan’s borders to respond to any extremist threats against the U.S. homeland.

McKenzie said no such strikes have been conducted since the U.S. completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan on Aug. 30. He added that America’s ability to conduct such strikes is based on the availability of intelligence, overhead imagery, and other information and communications, “and that architecture is still being developed right now.”

Is this really better? We are now primed for an attack, we can’t track terrorist groups, and our border is full of holes due to the border crisis. Let’s go, Brandon!

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