There Is A BIG Problem With Some Of These Afghan Refugees

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I am all for helping people.

We promised these people we would help them, and most people are good people. The problem isn’t in most people though, the problem is almost never in most people.

The problem is in some people, a tiny minority of people, but we all know that Biden’s administration intends to import exactly that type of person among the waves of good, innocent people.

This is what I have been trying to point out about the coming Afghan refugee crisis.

Now we have reports coming in of roughly 100 Afghan refugees who have already been flagged as having ties to terrorist organizations and activities.

What happened to rigorously vetting Afghan refugees? What happened to the promises Biden, Kirby, Psaki, Binken, and the entire senior military leadership gave us on this issue?

Make sure you remember this, so when they try to throw claims of xenophobia against you this fall and next spring you can come ready with the facts.

Again, there is nothing wrong with helping people, but we all know this administration isn’t here to help anybody……

Take a look:


NBC News sounded the alarm:

Of more than 30,000 evacuees from Afghanistan to the U.S., about 10,000 needed additional screening as of Friday, said the sources, and of those about 100 were flagged for possible ties to the Taliban or terror groups. Two of those 100 raised enough concern for additional review.

Other evacuees who are currently being evaluated in the D.C. area were found to have been deported from the U.S. previously for past criminal offenses, said two sources briefed on the data. The Department of Homeland Security is now deciding what to do with the individuals.


This report from Fox News points out:

“A lot of people were moved very quickly and the intelligence community has been working hard to evaluate whether any of them pose a threat,” said a senior federal law enforcement official, according to the report. “Some of the vetting occurs while they are overseas, and some of it occurs here … We are not going to allow people to intentionally be released into the community if they have unresolved derogatory information.”

Other Afghans who fled to America and who raise security concerns will also be sent to Kosovo, according to the sources, who said evaluations are currently underway in the Washington, D.C. area after some evacuees were found to have been previously deported from the U.S. for past criminal offenses.

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