A Staggering Amount Of Afghans Seeking Settlement In USA ‘Flagged’ By Watch Lists
A shocking amount of Afghans that have been evacuated from Afghanistan seeking to settle inside the United States have been “flagged” by Defense Department terrorism watch lists.
As the debacle in Afghanistan continues Joe Biden is planning on flooding the country with unvetted refugees. Officials inside the Pentagon are blowing the whistle that the vetting and screening process has found at least 100 Afghans on terror watch lists.
From Breitbart News:
An official, involved with the vetting and screening process taking place in third safe countries for Afghans seeking resettlement in the U.S., told Defense One that “up to 100 of the 7,000 Afghans evacuated as prospective recipients” of
Special Immigrant Visas (SIVs have been “flagged” as “potential matches to intelligence agency watch lists.”
Another official said that in “most cases” the Afghans were “cleared by follow-on screening” for resettlement in the U.S.
American officials on the ground in third safe countries have complained that they are using outdated equipment and they don’t have enough man power to adequately process the amount of people they are being asked to.
Despite the security risk Biden is allowing Afghans still in the application phase of their processing to be allowed on US soil. Refugees will be relocated to Fort Bliss in Texas, Fort Lee in Virginia, For McCoy in Wisconsin, and Fort Dix in New Jersey.
The news broke on the same day US forces and civilians came under attack in Afghanistan.
Incredible words from @HarrisFaulkner on the images of the dead & injured: “I don’t want this to go by like wallpaper. These are human beings who have been harmed…We see human carnage, we see human pain & our hearts cannot turn away from that…This is the human toll of hate.” pic.twitter.com/00pUopIQll
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) August 26, 2021
These are the first Afghanistan KIAs since Feb. 2020. It’s one of the deadliest days for U.S. troops of the 20-year conflict, only surpassed by Operation Red Wings (19 KIA) and the downing of Extortion 17 (30 KIA).
— Meghann Myers (@Meghann_MT) August 26, 2021