Fox News host Pete Hegseth ripped the Biden administration’s failed “over-the-horizon” counterterrorism strategy on “The Faulkner Focus” Monday after the Pentagon admitted August’s U.S. drone strike concentrating on ISIS-Okay members in Afghanistan killed civilians in its place.

SENDING DRONES THOUSANDS OF MILES AWAY WITHOUT PROPER INTELLIGENCE ISN’T GOOD ENOUGH: REP. WALTZ

PETE HEGSETH: I’ll give an entire lot of deference to our navy in nearly each state of affairs, which means the intentions of that drone operator, the intentions of these making an attempt to uncover ISIS bombers primarily based completely on regardless of intelligence we had, these had been righteous intentions, that that they had been making an attempt to keep Americans there protected. And I do not suppose there was ever an intent to kill civilians. And I do not put that on Joe Biden or General McKenzie or General Milley. What I do put – what I do positioned on them, although, are the circumstances that they willfully created, which created an over-the-horizon performance that was totally inadequate and led to any such tragic state of affairs occurring. That’s on them and there is been no accountability for it. 

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