Biden’s Middle East Coverup Has American Military Families Ready To Snap

Mark Schmitz, who is the father of Lance Corporal Jared Schmitz, who was killed during the Kabul airport attack in 2021, claimed on this week’s episode of Fox New’s “The Story” that he still hasn’t received any information regarding whether or not the Kabul suicide bomber could possibly have been neutralized before the attack occurred and that the Biden administration is hiding evidence on the subject.

After showing a video of Sergeant Tyler Vargas-Andrews speaking about how he couldn’t stop the attack, presenter Martha MacCallum asked him, “Did you ever find out why that didn’t work?”

Schmitz said, “So far, nothing. In fact, I have been asking for copies of the video on his gun scope’s SD card. That would ultimately have been written down, and they could have used it as proof that this person was or wasn’t the bomber. Individuals are saying that that card was actually ‘lost.’ So now I’m not sure what the truth is. No one seems to be able to give us an upfront response. Michael McCaul, a Republican from Texas, has been doing an excellent job. I’m really excited about seeing him as well as spending time with the members of his committee along with some of the additional congressmen who are there to support us. There is help for us. I just wish everyone had done it.”

Author: Scott Dowdy

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