(FixThisNation.com) – On Friday, three high-profile United States veterans called out the Biden administration for a pattern of Americans being left behind following the recent reports about the ongoing crisis in Sudan.
Bryan Stern, the co-founder of Project Dynamo, told Fox News that his private military contractors would be helping with the evacuation of an estimated 16,000 Americans trapped in Sudan amidst the civil war. He added that in the last 18 months, Project Dynamo has operated in three different locations following the closure of the U.S. embassy Americans were left behind. As he pointed out they were in Afghanistan, then Ukraine, and now they would be operating in Sudan.
Stern appeared in the segment on “Fox & Friends” along with Shadow Warriors Project founder Mark Geist and Mighty Oaks Foundation founder Chad Robichaux.
He added that this “pattern or tactic just sends such a terrible message” to the world and that Americans who end up stuck in war zones are left in “very terrible circumstances.”
Stern’s comments arrived only days after the State Department issued a security alert about the situation in Khartoum, Sudan’s capital. The airport in the city has now been closed which blocks any evacuation plans.
While the U.S. embassy was evacuated days earlier with the assistance of SEAL Team 6 and Army Special Forces, there are still thousands of aid workers and Sudanese Americans who are unable to leave the country.
Geist, who served on the Annex Security Team during the Battle of Benghazi, claimed that the White House was calling the Americans stuck in Sudan “dual citizens” so as to “downplay the importance.”
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