Vandersteel opened her show by giving an update on the situation in Afghanistan. She mentioned how President Joe Biden reached out to Russian President Vladimir Putin for assistance. Vandersteel criticized how the Biden administration was now yielding to the "red line in the sand" made by the Taliban. This was confirmed by a statement from the president that evacuations of U.S. personnel were "unlikely" to finish by Aug. 31.
Other countries such as France and Italy also got in touch with Putin regarding the situation in the country bordering south and central Asia. Reuters reported that Putin, French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi talked about Afghanistan during separate phone calls made on Aug. 19. Both countries confirmed the talks with Putin in separate statements, adding that the conversations centered on ensuring the rights of Afghans are respected.
Mills then joined the conversation, calling the exodus of U.S. troops in Kabul "disgraceful." The retired colonel added: "We have never abandoned so many Americans behind enemy lines since … the surrender of the Bataan Peninsula in World War II." He also lamented how the U.S. left behind billions of dollars of military equipment such as small arms, ammunition, night-vision goggles, planes and tanks for the Taliban.
The retired colonel also warned that China, which shares a border with Afghanistan, could use the equipment left behind by U.S. forces for its own nefarious ends. Referencing the light aircraft such as helicopters abandoned by American forces, he said: "I'm very concerned that those will be used essentially in a deception operation, [or in] an invasion of Taiwan."
Vandersteel also welcomed former Pfizer employee Karen Kingston to talk about the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Kingston expressed her clear disappointment over the approval of the New York-based company's Comirnaty vaccine, which was linked to a number of adverse reactions. However, she mentioned that the full approval granted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) opened up the company to legal action.
"We were all taken aback [by the full FDA approval], and [we] probably felt our hearts sink a little bit. But when it comes to actually prosecuting Pfizer, BioNTech and the FDA, it's a lot easier for attorneys to prosecute them. [It's] very easy to prove that they've broken [the rule on] false or misleading labeling," Kingston told Vandersteel.
Aside from this, the former Pfizer employee said the onus is on the New York-based vaccine maker to prove that there is minimal risk when the Comirnaty vaccine is mandated. However, this did not appear to be the case as the BNT162b2 shot was linked to cardiac inflammation.
Kingston also shared the stories of pregnant women who experienced miscarriages after they got inoculated with Comirnaty. "Speaking from just anecdotal evidence … I have at least four text messages of four different friends with daughters who were pregnant, and all lost their [babies.] Three of the four [babies died] during the fourth month of their pregnancy, and one of them within weeks of being pregnant. All the mothers had all received the [Comirnaty] vaccine," she said.
Kingston's Aug. 24 Steel Truth appearance was not the first time she openly criticized the Comirnaty vaccine from Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech. In a prior interview with podcast host Stew Peters, she confirmed that the Comirnaty vaccine contained dangerous graphene oxide. "One hundred percent it is, and it's irrefutable," Kingston told Peters.
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