How bad does it need to get before Joe Biden and the Democrats learn that they’re playing with fire?
Does America need to experience another 9/11? Do more people have to die before Biden realizes that importing hoards of migrants from antithetical cultures will have grave consequences?
Not to mention the rampant anti-American hatred throughout the Middle East, most notably in Afghanistan.
As a part of Joe Biden’s massive resettlement operation, at least 10 Afghans flown to the United States have been detained by federal authorities after having been deemed “national security risks,”
Following U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, Biden has set a goal to bring at least 95,000 Afghans to the U.S. for resettlement across 46 states — an operation approved by Democrats and 49 Republicans that is costing American taxpayers about $6.4 billion.
Ten evacuees who made it to the U.S. have been detained because they are national security risks, an administration official source told GOP lawmakers this week. According to the briefing, it wasn’t clear how the risk level was determined, but that the detainees were on the terrorist watch list.
Afghans who were flagged in the databases for possible links to terrorism or crime have been referred to the Federal Bureau of Investigation or other federal officials for interviews and checks to determine whether they pose a national security threat to the U.S. Nonetheless, they are still in the country, and the likelihood of deporting them is unlikely in Biden’s “sympathetic” America.
Agents who worked on screening Afghans for entry to the U.S. admit that they were not trained in identifying fraudulent visas, green cards, and passports. According to reports, there were several Afghans who were traveling to the U.S. with fake passports.
For months, conservative outlets have monitored potential fraud in Biden’s Afghan resettlement operation. In September, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) admitted that Afghans “flagged for concern” have sought to use the resettlement operation as a way to get to the U.S.
Republican Reps. Andy Biggs, Tom Tiffany, and Senator Chuck Grassley have demanded information about criminal records on Afghans resettled to numerous U.S. military bases across the country.
The Biden administration has denied their requests.
In addition to potential crime and terrorism, the Afghan migrants have brought with them multiple viruses and diseases thought to be completely eradicated in the United States.
Seems ideal while in the midst of a pandemic.
Author: Asa McCue