The hits just keep coming in terms of the fallout from Biden’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan.
With no presence in the area, ISIS is growing again.
The Taliban has failed to control its fellow terrorist organization, and now U.S. officials believe that we will start to see an increase in ISIS attacks again very soon.
One of the biggest problems with Joe Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal was no U.S. footprint in the area at all.
This lack of oversight in the area has allowed ISIS to recover and grow again.
According to U.S. Central Command’s General Kenneth McKenzie, it is now just a matter of time before we see a significant uptick in ISIS activity.
McKenzie was on the Hill this week to brief the Senate Armed Services Committee.
He stated, “The Taliban is attempting to maintain pressure on ISIS. They’re finding it difficult to do so.”
He continued, “We’re coming out of the winter; traditionally this would now begin the fighting season.
“It is my expectation that ISIS attacks will ramp up in Afghanistan as we go into the summer.”
This is something that was fairly predictable after the mess that Biden created during the withdrawal.
Some experts believe the botched withdrawal and the idea of terrorists now having a safe haven in Afghanistan will bring a terror attack back to our shores in the near future.
Source: Fox News