Sam Faddis, former CIA agent, talks to guest host Peter Navarro about the one-year anniversary of the disastrous withdrawal of U.S. forces from Kabul.
“There needs to be an accounting for the disaster that happened a year ago… The immediate danger is this… as much as would like it to, Afghanistan did not go away. It’s a terrorism superstate now… We’re talking about releasing to them $7 billion in frozen funds. The Taliban and al-Qaida are virtually indistinguishable…. The bottom line is we’re gonna get hit. People are gonna die.”