Chilling testimony sent the White House into complete chaos

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The clock is ticking on Joe Biden’s presidency. But now his time may be up.

And this chilling testimony sent the White House into complete chaos.

Two years ago thirteen U.S. soldiers were killed during an ISIS attack, stemming from the botched evacuation of Kabul, Afghanistan.

President Biden received a lot of criticism – deservedly so – for his administration’s handling of the evacuation.

Now, after two years have passed, families of the American troops have decided to speak out in front of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

Jaclyn Schmitz, whose son was killed in the ISIS attack, said, “What I still struggle with most is how this was all avoidable, and [with] the continued lack of information, help and accountability and justice from the government.”

“We want answers. We need answers. And we expect those answers” Darin Hoover said, a father of another fallen soldier in the attack.

Many of the family members who spoke had the same goal.

And that goal was to find answers and hold Joe Biden accountable for his failure in handling the crisis.

“I want to know why this current administration is unable to take responsibility for their actions in the days, the weeks, and the months leading up to this fatal fateful day” Hoover continued.

Republican members of the U.S. House have come out in support of the deceased troops and their families, and are looking to take action against Biden.

“I apologize on behalf of our government, especially the executive branch for it, not being candid with you and engaging in what I consider to be a gross cover-up,” said Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ).

“There needs to be a truly independent investigation into all of the very valid questions you have asked and my colleagues have put forward in there with regards to our concerns as well.”

Brian Mast, a Republican congressman from Florida also took aim at the President’s mismanagement of the evacuation.

“We know for a fact that there was a failing to apply any common sense to any level of planning that you could say took place. They operated on a mentality to count on the best possible circumstances, not calculate for the worst-case scenario at all.”

Finally, the families blasted Joe Biden for failing to publicly read the names of the thirteen soldiers who were killed.

“In a poignant moment during the hearing, Rep. Ann Wagner (R-Mo.) through tears asked each of the families’ representatives to state their loved ones’ name and list a few of their attributes, since Biden had not” the New York Post reported.

The Biden administration needs to be held responsible for the failures in Kabul.

And these families are going to make sure they will.

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