Military Dogs Biden Abandoned In Afghanistan Now Face ‘Death Or Worse,’ Warns Animal Welfare Group


The Biden regime left behind its contracted working dogs in Afghanistan to “die or worse” according to an animal welfare group concerned with the abandonment of hundreds or thousands of military dogs.

“American citizens and Afghan allies weren’t all the Biden administration left behind in its retreat from Afghanistan. The U.S. military abandoned its contracted working dogs, according to a statement Monday night by a major animal-welfare group,” reported the Washington Times.

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The move is effectively a death sentence for the loyal canine heroes, experts have said. “These brave dogs do the same dangerous, lifesaving work as our military working dogs, and deserved a far better fate than the one to which they have been condemned,” said Robin R. Ganzert, American Humane’s president and CEO. “It sickens us to sit idly by and watch these brave dogs who valiantly served our country be put to death or worse.”

“We call on Congress to take action to classify contract working dogs on the same level as military working dogs. Failure to do anything less, is a failure of humanity and a condemnation of us all,” said Ms. Ganzert.

In related news, President Donald Trump made an appearance on One America News Network for a sit down interview with Real America host Dan Ball to discuss the state of America when he was in office compared to how things are now under Joe Biden. The two discussed Biden’s Afghanistan Disaster, Biden’s Border Crisis, and the possibility of another 9/11-style attack occurring on US soil in the near to distant future.

When Ball asked President Trump if he believed that the crises could result in another devastating terror attack against America, the former President responded in the affirmative. “Well, you’re gonna have it, you’re gonna have it. As sure as you’re sitting there, you’re gonna have it,” said President Trump, National File previously reported.