The US State Department needs to help groups like ours, Project Exodus Relief, to evacuate the American citizens left behind. We also have hundreds, if not thousands of Afghan allies and high-risk targets stranded behind in Afghanistan. They are living in the worst of conditions, always in hiding and in fear for their lives. Mike Edwards goes on the Stinchfield Newsmax show to discuss with Heather Childers this terrible crisis and how we are helping keep people fed and safe in Afghanistan.

State Dept No Longer Helping Evacuate Those Left In Afghanistan

Skip to minute 36:00 for the segment on Afghanistan

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  • Why is Afghanistan so much worse than Ukraine?
    The situation in Afghanistan is much worse than Ukraine for many reasons. Not only has it been going on longer, but the situation is more dire as well.
  • The ‘New Normal’ for Afghan Allies in Afghanistan
    They have been trapped in a safe house room all day, every day… for several months. Because to their condition, they are unable to accomplish anything, including work or provide for their families.
  • What is it about Afghanistan that is so much worse than Ukraine?
    Every politician in the United States is wearing a lapel button with the Ukrainian flag on it, and citizens are shunned for not changing their social media profile images to the Ukrainian flag. The United States government has committed more than $13.6 billion USD to humanitarian relief efforts in Ukraine. The majority of NATO countries
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