March 16, 2024

Biden Admin Reportedly Blocking Privately Funded Evacuations From Haiti

It's getting serious.

Nearly 40 Americans are trapped in Haiti.

Mob boss Jimmy "Barbeque" Cherizier has become so violent that the airport has now been shut down to any public use.

Now, the CEO of Project DYNAMO, an international rescue organization, Bryan Stern has stepped in to bring stranded Americans home.

However, there’s just one thing standing in Project DYNAMO’s way, and it’s not "Barbeque," it's President Joe Biden.

Yes, you read that right.

President Joe Biden refuses to rescue the Americans trapped in Haiti.

Stern has given the Daily Mail a quote with new details about what is going on.

“The U.S. government won't use helicopters to get people out but there but there there is an argument to be made that they should assist or help non-profits that have to do it,” Stern said.

He did not stop there.

Stern also talked about the difficulties they are facing trying to rescue the Americans.

“We are trying to rescue people sheltering in place in Port-au-Prince with stacks of bodies outside the front door. The gangs are focused on the population zones, so the risk profile of those we are attempting to rescue is based on location,” Stern said.

However, there is one small bastion of hope still remaining -- the U.S. embassy.

‘There is a landing zone right in front of the U.S. embassy, but at this time we are denied because we're not government but surely the U.S. government could use their own helicopters and landing zones to bring U.S. citizens out? It's not necessarily a bad thing or bad decision that they don't want to put U.S. troops at risk and do not to evacuate Americans, but they should therefore assist other efforts to do so,” Stern continued.

In a nutshell, Biden can pull his trapped citizens out of the danger zone, but he is refusing to do so.

Stern says he is not giving up on his attempt to find a way to rescue the Americans in Haiti.

"As long as we can operate, we will continue to operate even with no assistance from the federal government, financially or otherwise,” Stern said.

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