Jeanine Pirro Slams 'Liar–in–Chief' Joe Biden Over Kabul Strike: 'Heads Must Roll'

Fox News host Jeanine Pirro branded President Joe Biden the "liar-in-chief" over an errant drone strike in Afghanistan that killed 10 civilians.

U.S. officials initially claimed the August 29 strike had targeted a militant affiliated with ISIS-K and eliminated an imminent threat to soldiers posted at Kabul's airport, in the aftermath of a devastating suicide bombing by the terror group that killed 169 Afghans and 13 U.S. service members.

However, reports revealed the strike actually killed 10 civilians, including seven children. The New York Times identified the driver of the vehicle targeted in the strike as 43-year-old Zemari Ahmadi, a longtime employee of a U.S. aid group.

The botched strike prompted criticism from both Democrats and Republicans.

On Saturday, Pirro began her show, Justice with Judge Jeanine, by condemning the "lying fools" in the Biden administration over the strike, as well as the withdrawal from Afghanistan following the Taliban's takeover.

"Today, the United States of America stands guilty of killing 10 civilians, including an Afghan working for a U.S. aid group carrying water, who wanted to become an American citizen, along with seven innocent children," she said in her opening monologue.

"As if this fact is not tragic enough, the Biden administration lied to us and the world, claiming that by killing these so-called ISIS terrorists with their drone, they were preventing future attacks. That was a lie.

"The ramifications of their actions and the following cover-up that they all perpetuated in lock step will forever leave a stain on America."

Pirro said Biden, his generals, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Secretary of State Antony Blinken "are the real threat to America."

"They have repeatedly shown both us and the world that they are incompetent incoherent ignorant and capable of lying as easily as they are talking about the weather," she said.

Concluding her opening monologue, she added: "Every single one of you should be fired, or resign. You are all an embarrassment to America. Heads must roll!"

On Friday, Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, head of U.S. Central Command, admitted the strike had been "a tragic mistake."

"This strike was taken in the earnest belief that it would prevent an imminent threat to our forces and the evacuees at the airport, but it was a mistake and I offer my sincere apology," McKenzie said.

McKenzie also said the U.S. is considering making reparation payments to the family of the victims.

The White House has been contacted for comment.

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U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the end of the war in Afghanistan in the State Dining Room at the White House on August 31, 2021 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images