As Biden Abandoned Afghan Allies, Retired US Special Ops Hatched "Operation Pineapple Express" - Rescuing Over 600 From Taliban Slaughter | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

As Biden Abandoned Afghan Allies, Retired US Special Ops Hatched "Operation Pineapple Express" - Rescuing Over 600 From Taliban Slaughter

With the door closing on the Biden administration's botched evacuation in Afghanistan - thanks to their botched withdrawal, hundreds of Afghan allies who worked with Western forces were destined to become 'dead men walking' at the hands of the Taliban.

That is, until an all-volunteer group of American badasses conducted a week-long mission on the streets of Kabul, under the cover of darkness, which resulted in the rescue of more than 600 people.

Comprised of American veterans and ad hoc groups of current and former US special operators, intelligence officers, aid workers and others experienced in the field, "Operation Pineapple Express" was a highly-coordinated week-long effort to run dozens of covert missions throughout Taliban-controlled Kabul.

One of member of "Task Force Pineapple," combat-wounded former Navy Seal Jason Redman, expressed deep frustration "that our own government didn't do this. We did what we should do, as Americans."

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