Daniel Bobinski says Afghanistan issue ”fiasco beyond compare” – Brighteon.TV
By Ramon Tomey // Sep 10, 2021

Author and conservative personality Daniel Bobinski dubbed the "chaotic" evacuation of U.S. military forces in Afghanistan a "fiasco beyond compare." He also talked about how the mainstream media concealed truth about the Biden administration's handling of the matter in his program The Voice of Conservative Values (TVOCV). Bobinski was joined by Wendi Strauch Mahoney from Uncover DC in the show's Sept. 2 edition on Brighteon.TV.


He began his program by quoting former President John Adams. The second U.S. president who succeeded George Washington wrote in 1798 that avarice would be the downfall of the country. "The quest for money … and the quest for wealth" would precede the nation's collapse, Bobinski said. He added that the Constitution was not set up to stop this pursuit of wealth at the expense of others.

Bobinski continued: "We have companies that are trying to stop people from speaking truth because they want their wealth. [There] are people who [got] canceled because of all of that." He mentioned the Health Ranger Mike Adams as one example of those canceled by big companies. Adams was banned from YouTube in 2014, which led to the creation of the Brighteon Network – which Brighteon.tv is a part of.

He then continued that TVOCV viewers can look forward to "in-depth stuff … [with] a little more truth" as the Brighteon.tv program was not constrained by Federal Communications Commission rules compared to a radio program.

"The key is always to focus on the truth. Jesus said He is the Way, the Truth and the Life, no one comes to the Father but by Him. So therefore, we want to seek the truth. As I said, a lot of organizations out there don't want us to know the truth," Bobinski said.

Bobinski talks Afghanistan with an Uncover DC journalist

Bobinski remarked that TVOCV will see investigative journalists from Uncover DC in the program sharing their thoughts on the latest issues. He then welcomed Mahoney, who proceeded to talk about the U.S. military's chaotic evacuation from Afghanistan.

Mahoney cited an article she wrote for the website regarding the evacuation. Her article noted that of the 122,000 people evacuated from the country, 5,400 of the evacuees were Americans. "The situation on the ground there has [not] been, by any means, a perfect one," she said.

The Uncover DC journalist acknowledged that many people have been pointing their fingers at President Joe Biden and his administration for the botched evacuation in Afghanistan. Mahoney continued: "I think the distinction here is that everybody wanted to get out of Afghanistan, everybody wanted to get out of there. But it was the way that he did it. I think that's what people are quarreling [about] at this point." (Related: Steel Truth: Ann Vandersteel talks Afghanistan and vaccines – Brighteon.TV.)

Mahoney pointed out two issues about the Biden administration's response to the Afghanistan situation. First, she mentioned that administration chose to protect the Hamid Karzai International Airport in the capital Kabul – leaving the Bagram Air Base unprotected. The airfield fell to looters before security personnel managed to evict them, the New York Post reported.

Second, she mentioned that the administration was prioritizing the special immigrant visas (SIVs) for Afghan refugees – including those who served the U.S. government for two decades. These refugees were seemingly prioritized at the expense of military personnel who claimed the current administration did not give them enough focus.

Going back to the first point, Mahoney noted that the U.S. left lots of military equipment behind at the Bagram. She commented that these items left behind by the fleeing forces should have been decommissioned to avoid them falling into enemy hands.

Bobinski agreed with her, saying: "Basically, our enemies have access to all our equipment. [They] can look at how things operate, look at the safeties and how to disarm them and how to disable our aircraft and our weaponry. This is just a fiasco beyond compare." (Related: Taliban seized billions worth of US weapons in Afghanistan… was it all staged on purpose?)

The TVOCV host then asked Mahoney if the rumors of the Afghanistan evacuation being planned were true. She confirmed hearing about the rumors but was only able to confirm that the Biden administration had planned the move for some time now. Mahoney said the administration started planning for the evacuation and the issuance of SIVs for Afghans back in April 2021.

Bobinski pointed out the silence of mainstream media outlets regarding these issues. "I'm surprised that the … traditional media out there hasn't been more vocal. If … [former] President [Donald] Trump would have done this, there would have been non-stop pounding of the drums. The timpani would have been slamming, and we'd have been hearing it from coast to coast, you know, at 120 decibels."

Watch the full TVOCV episode with Bobinski and Mahoney by clicking here.

Honest.news has more articles about the Afghanistan situation that the mainstream media refuses to report.

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