President Biden Resumes Drone War in Somalia, Dropping Hellfire Missiles on the African Country

President-imposed Joe Biden has resumed the drone war in Somalia, something that was a point of personal pride for former president Barack Hussein Obama under whom he served.

Biden shelled Somalia with drone missile attacks supposedly to stop the terrorists. They slammed Qeycad, Galmudug with hellfire under the pretenses of targeting the al-Shabaab militant group.

Pentagon spokesperson Cindi King said U.S. forces had been “conducting a remote advise and assist mission in support of designated Somali partner forces” but there were no boots on the ground in the region. The Pentagon claims without providing any evidence that the attack “destroyed al Shabaab fighters and weapons with zero civilian casualties.” 

The Pentagon also drone bombed Somalia last week as well.

“The Department of Defense can confirm that in coordination with the Federal Government of Somalia, US Africa Command forces conducted one airstrike against al-Shabaab in the vicinity of Galkayo, Somalia, today,” Pentagon spokeswoman Cynthia King said, also claiming that the attack had no civilian casualties

Liberty Conservative News has reported on how Biden is pretending that he is reducing the U.S. military footprint across the Middle East but is in actuality keeping the bombs dropping as he attempts to fool the public into thinking he is a peace president:

The U.S. is continuing to bomb Afghanistan even with the supposed troop withdrawal date looming ahead.

The Pentagon launched several air strikes earlier this week against the Taliban in order to help the fledgling Afghan government that is widely expected to collapse when the U.S. abdicates the region.

Pentagon press secretary John Kirby was vague on the details when pressed by reporters. He said: “In the last several days we have acted, through airstrikes, to support the [Afghan national defense and security forces], but I won’t get into technical details of those strikes.”

The troops are supposed to be removed from the country by Aug. 31, but the Biden regime has refused to clarify whether or not bombing campaigns will continue after that scheduled date.

“A significant amount of territory has been seized over the course of six, eight, 10 months by the Taliban, so momentum appears to be — strategic momentum appears to be — sort of with the Taliban,” said Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

The Taliban’s coming dominance of Afghanistan after U.S. troops pull out is being used as an excuse to keep a presence in the region permanently.”

Biden is the consummate empire politician, serving the military-industrial complex dutifully for many decades as a Washington D.C. insider. The defense contractors are getting great return on investment for supporting him mightily in last year’s dubious election.