Moore Blasts Military’s Kabul Civilian Drone Strike Apology

Moore Blasts Military’s Kabul Civilian Drone Strike Apology

September 18, 2021

Friday on Twitter, documentary propagandist Michael Moore blasted head of U.S. Central Command Gen. Kenneth McKenzie’s apology for the drone strike late last month in Kabul, Afghanistan, which killed ten civilians, including at least seven children.

“The strike was a tragic mistake,” Gen. McKenzie told reporters.

“General McKenzie’s long build-up just now of justifying & rationalizing and finally admitting his ‘mistake’ — his massacre of 7 children — sounded like a million guys saying, ‘Hey, I mean, she was wearing a miniskirt! No bra! It’s clear she was looking for some action!’” Moore tweeted. “Bastards,” he added.

U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin apologized to the relatives of those killed in the drone strike, stating, “I offer my deepest condolences to surviving family members of those who were killed… We apologize, and we will endeavor to learn from this horrible mistake.”

The disastrous droning was just one of many ways in which the Biden administration bungled the Afghanistan withdrawal.

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