Tucker Carlson Shreds Gen Milley: Reveals Why WH Won't Fire Him
Fox News' Tucker Carlson ripped into General Mark Milley for 'killing a bunch of kids' and 'lying about it'. Carlson was referring to the failed drone strike in Kabul that was supposed to be an ISIS-K fighter. Shortly after reports from Afghanistan claimed that the US had killed an aid worker and his innocent family.
When people later asked just who was killed, the White House and liberal media deemed it successful and refused to release more information.
Now, the White House has been forced to admit that the strike did not kill an ISIS-K fighter and it was, in fact, the aid worker and a car full of innocent people, including children.
"We had very good Intelligence. Luckily, the same kind of Intelligence that led us to believe that German educated Saudis would never fly airplanes into the World Trade Centers or The Pentagon or a field in Pennsylvania," Tucker said. "The Intelligence that told us the Berlin Wall wasn’t about to fall, the Intelligence had told us it was fine to give up Bagram Air Base because Kabul was safe. The government would stand that Intelligence."
Adding, "So the drone strike of August 29th that killed a car full of children underwent and we’re quoting, “The same level of rigor that we have done for years.” Well, that’s not very reassuring, is it?"
"But you will not find a more revealing statement about our Pentagon leaders. It explains why no one has been punished for this disaster," he continued.
Tucker revealed why he believes the White House won't hold Milley accountable:
"If you fire Mark Milley for killing a bunch of kids unintentionally and then lying about it, maybe the accountability chain will start. Maybe they don’t want to fire whoever left hundreds of American citizens behind in Afghanistan and lied about that. So you can’t start firing people just because they’re terrible at their jobs, obviously. So you can’t fire anyone. That’s the rule."
According to NPR the family of the victims wants accountability and compensation:
"Emal Ahmadi, whose 3-year-old daughter Malika was killed on Aug. 29, when the U.S. hellfire missile struck his elder brother's car, told The Associated Press on Saturday that the family demands Washington investigate who fired the drone and punish the military personnel responsible for the strike.