Pentagon rankled by congressmens’ stunt, arriving in Kabul uninvited (Full show)

The following video is brought to you courtesy of the RT America YouTube Channel. Click the video below to watch it now.

Representatives Moulton (Massachusetts-D) and Peter Meijer (Michigan-R) essentially snuck into Afghanistan on a chartered flight, surprising and embarrassing the Pentagon. The stunt also delayed the evacuation of two refugees and diverted time from the mission. In the meantime, guards and personnel have left the US embassy eerily vacant. The US retains a small military presence in the form of elite special forces teams, who completed a daring helicopter operation in Kabul. Rick Sanchez examines the ugly picture facing the US military as it continues its withdrawal from Afghanistan. (00:18)

Shoes, litter, spent teargas canisters, scarves and bullet casings are strewn amid the dense, towering barbed wire with which NATO sought to control the chaos of the botched evacuation at Kabul’s airport. NATO troops and Taliban exchanged fire as desperate people stampeded the airport. RT’s Murad Gazdiev vividly describes the incredibly hectic situation from near the scene. Things have become marginally quieter in recent days, but the situation remains dire for those left in the city. Planes continue to arrive from Afghanistan to Virginia. (05:07)

RT America’s Sayeh Tavangar reports on-site as flights arrive in Virginia from Afghanistan. The ongoing evacuation flights reached new heights on Wednesday, with thousands of refugees arriving in Virginia from Afghanistan. Then author shares his insights on the US legacy of failure in Afghanistan. Then author Ray McGinnis shares his insights. (08:36)

Mexico is suing 10 US gun manufacturers in Massachusetts federal court. The suit alleges that these companies wantonly profit by fatal gun violence in the country by knowingly arming the drug cartels that plague the country. Legal correspondent Mollye Barrows explains. (16:33)

Prof. Edward Slingerland Canadian-American scholar and author of “Drunk: How We Sipped, Danced and Stumbled Our Way to Civilization” joins Rick Sanchez to talk about the crucial role that alcohol plays in the development of civilization by enhancing creativity and cooperation. He argues that alcohol’s ease of production and dosing and its predictability has made it “king of the intoxicants.” (21:50)

Watch Full Episode Portable.TV

#QuestionMore #RTAmerica #TheNewsWithRickSanchez #Afghanistan

Get exclusive content and watch full episodes now by downloading the Portable.TV app:


Check out our other shows!

NO show does it like this. It’s TIME TO DO NEWS AGAIN with Rick Sanchez
News with Rick Sanchez:

It’s her take on all things political and she presents ALL the angles: News.Views.Hughes with Scottie Nell Hughes, NVH:

What’s your NEWS IQ? Give us 30 minutes, and we’ll take you across the globe! In Question with Manila Chan, IQ:

Steve Malzberg sinks his teeth into the slander, hypocrisy, bias and lies of MSM. MMM…Delicious! Eat The Press:

Candid conversations with the most outspoken guy in Hollywood! Dennis Miller + One!
Dennis Miller Plus One:

Let our TV time-machine bring you the week’s highlights and a closer look at the BIGGEST stories, Just Press Play:

Author and social critic Chris Hedges conducts fascinating in-depth interviews with the fiercest critics of the establishment. Watch all episodes at

Yep, it’s Gov. Jesse Ventura and you’re living in his WORLD! Come along for the ride.
The World According To Jesse:

They’re watching you. Are you watching them? Are you WATCHING THE HAWKS?
Watching The Hawks:

Follow the twists and turns of the global economy with Boom Bust, the one business show you can’t afford to miss. Boom Bust:

Do you keep missing the forest for the trees? Let Holland Cooke show you the Big Picture, The Big Picture:”

RT America

RT America

Leave a Reply

Recent Posts