Mike Edwards talks about how he and other private citizens in the United States are using their expertise to rescue Afghan allies.
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The U.S. government and broader civil society have a national security obligation to do more for high-risk Afghan refugees.
Founder of Project Exodus Relief, Mike Edwards, joins Sebastian Gorka in his program, America First, for a discussion of the current Afghanistan disaster.
There are many organizations helping Afghans in need. But few do what we can.
We are a group of veterans that work together to gather intelligence on what the bad guys are doing and keep our people away from them.
Our Afghan aid group, Project Exodus Relief, is committed to try our best to evacuate even those that are hardest to rescue.
We are standing determined in our rescue efforts in Afghanistan, but we cannot do it alone.
Since the fall of Kabul on 15 August 2021, several thousands of American citizens and at-risk Afghans remain in hiding.
When the last United States troops left Afghanistan on August 31, 2021 it ended a 20-year war in the region.…