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The Biden administration told refugee organizations to prepare for the arrival of up to 50,000 Afghans without visas, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.

Nine State Department-contracted nonprofits that resettle refugees in the U.S. are trying to recruit more staff and volunteers to help process arriving Afghans, according to the WSJ. Some of the organizations said they haven’t been told how many refugees to expect or when they might arrive.

“We’re going to make it work, no matter how difficult, but I’d be lying to you if I said we aren’t concerned,” HIAS nonprofit President Mark Hetfield told the WSJ.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/20...fghan-evacuation-flight-potential-terrorists/A convicted rapist, who was already deported as a “refugee” in 2016, ended up at an airport in Washington D.C. after being evacuated from Afghanistan with no documentation.

It seems that he will remain in our country due to the power of parole, special permission that is supposed to be reserved for exceptional humanitarian cases.

This is just one rapist that was discovered. How many convicted rapists and terrorists on watchlists slipped through the gaping holes?

Of the more than 120,000 evacuated, only 5% or less were Americans. The other Americans were left stranded in Terror-led Afghanistan.

The Washington Post reported:
A man who had been convicted of rape and deported from the U.S. was allowed to board an Afghan evacuation flight and reach America, law enforcement sources say.
When American citizens were having trouble catching flights out of Kabul, Ghader Heydari made it on an Ethiopian Airlines charter flight for evacuees.

Border officials flagged the 47-year-old on his arrival at Washington Dulles International Airport. They appear to be the first to have spotted his criminal and immigration history and derailed his entry.

They are bringing far too many people in far too quickly to be able to effectively vet them,” said Ken Cuccinelli, a deputy secretary at Homeland Security in the Trump administration.

Heydari’s exact path to entry is not clear, though it’s unlikely he holds a Special Immigrant Visa. Those were reserved for Afghans who provided significant support for the U.S. in the war effort.

It’s also not likely he is a refugee, given his immigration history.

That leaves parole, a power the homeland security secretary has to grant admission to the U.S. in exceptional humanitarian cases. Most Afghans evacuated to the U.S. appear to be parolees rather than having official immigration status.

The Times has reached out for comment from the Department of Homeland Security and Customs and Border Protection, the agency that mans the ports of entry, including Dulles.

A senior administration official briefing reporters last week said security checks were supposed to be completed outside the U.S.

“That happens at the transit hubs, and it happens before individuals are allowed into the United States,” the official said. “That’s, in particular, with the biometric and biographic security screenings that our colleagues in the intelligence community and law enforcement and other counterterrorism components of our government are doing.

So that is where we are doing that work to ensure that however it is — whatever is happening on the ground at HKIA, before individuals are allowed into the United States, they receive that security vetting,” the official said, using the acronym for Hamid Karzai International Airport.

Either that process wasn’t followed in the case of Heydari or his rape conviction and deportation weren’t enough to keep him off the evacuee flight.

Heydari came to the U.S. as a refugee sometime in the previous century and was granted a green card in 2000.

A man whose name and age match Heydari‘s pleaded guilty to rape in Ada County, Idaho, in 2010. He served more than five years in a state prison and was released on supervision in December 2015
, according to state records.

He was ordered deported by an immigration judge in 2016 and was removed in 2017.

When Heydari arrived in the U.S. on the evacuation flight, officials tried to persuade him to cancel his request to enter, formally known as withdrawal of application for admission, but he appears to have refused.

The U.S. ended its military mission Monday after evacuating more than 116,000 people since Aug. 14. Only a tiny fraction — 6,000 to 7,000 — were Americans. Hundreds of Americans who wanted to leave were stranded as the final flight departed, though U.S. officials said they had plans to help them.

Many of the evacuees were Afghans. Some, like Heydari, have been airlifted to the U.S. Others were taken to third countries for more processing.

Security analysts have warned of the danger involved with the massive airlift of people from Afghanistan to the U.S. and holes in vetting.

The airlift was billed as a chance to get Afghans who assisted the U.S. war effort out of the country as part of a promise for their help. Those Afghans are supposed to be eligible for the Special Immigrant Visa.

But the airlift turned into a free-for-all. Relatively few Afghans brought to the U.S. have been approved for SIVs or cleared as refugees. Most appear to have been entered under Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’ power of parole, special permission that is supposed to be reserved for exceptional humanitarian cases.

Rep. Thomas P. Tiffany, Wisconsin Republican, toured Fort McCoy in his home state on Friday. Of the 2,000 Afghans being held there, not a single one was an SIV holder, he said.

“I still do not have a clear idea of the vetting process. They say that people are fully vetted, but we ask what does that mean? We take biometric data, those type of things, but I said what do you tie it back to?”
Mr. Tiffany told The Washington Times.

Given that the Afghan government has fallen and the Taliban are now in charge, it’s not clear what access the U.S. has to verify records.

“We want to know what people’s history is, and I get the sense they’re just pushing these people through,” Mr. Tiffany said.

A lack of information was the same issue the U.S. faced during the Obama years when the administration vowed to welcome tens of thousands of Syrians escaping their country’s civil war but struggled to vet them with a government the U.S. was trying to topple.
Authorities have spotted some potential security risks among the Afghan evacuees.
More than 100 prospective SIV recipients were flagged as potential matches to names on U.S. intelligence watch lists, Defense One reported.
One man evacuated from Kabul has potential ties to the Islamic State group. That person was evacuated from Afghanistan to another country to undergo vetting. Unlike Heydari, he was not brought onto U.S. soil.
Donald Trump Jr. shared the article on Twitter with this message.
Looks like they’re really vetting the hell out of these people. I’m sure they’ll love living in your towns, paid for by your tax dollars. Gret job Democrats.
Convicted rapist reached the U.S. on Afghan evacuation flight – Washington Times

The Gateway Pundit reported last week that, at least 100 evacuees out of thousands who fled the country are currently on the U.S. terror watch list and at least one evacuee has ties to ISIS.
Up to 100 Afghan Evacuees Are on US Terror Watch List – At Least One Has Ties to ISIS

These unvetted “refugees” are terrorists and criminals, and some have already been deported for their lewd and violent behavior.

President Trump says that this level of incompetence and destruction will lead to another 9/11 attack that we need to be prepared for.
MUST SEE: President Trump on the Possibility of Another 9-11-Style Attack: “As Sure As You’re Sitting There, You’re Gonna Have It” (VIDEO)

This is all on our leadership. They actually trusted the Taliban to vet evacuees and safely evacuate Americans. Instead, The Taliban blocked Americans and pushed extremists to the front.

The Democrats are on a mission to destroy America.
 
https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/20...ghts-pushed-people-checkpoints-instead-video/
Several veterans and intelligence operatives are still currently in Afghanistan working to get US citizens and Afghan allies out of the country. This is taking place after Joe Biden stranded hundreds if not thousands of American citizens in Afghanistan when the military pulled out of the country on Monday.

Security contractor and intelligence analyst George McMillan joined John Bachman on Newsmax on Tuesday to discuss Joe Biden’s retreat from Afghanistan.

According to McMillan, the Taliban were not allowing Americans to enter the perimeter of the Kabul Airport. Hundreds of Americans and Afghan allies were turned away or beaten by the Taliban. McMillan then told Newsmax that the Taliban allowed their people inside the perimeter to catch airplanes out of the country.

The Biden regime on Monday bragged about the 120,000 Afghans they evacuated the past two weeks. Only 6,000 were Americans. Now we have tens of thousands of Afghans without papers, who never worked for the US in Afghanistan, coming to the US.

The Biden administration continues to impress.

https://rumble.com/vlx0b3-afghan-an...icans-from-kabul-flights-pushed-their-pe.html
 
I've been talking about the dangers of bringing in "refugees" from the middle east for a long time. But most Americans are too soft harted to look beyond their compassion and their need to save the world. Everyone of these refugees has a sob story, in fact most have a sob story pre written for them by middle east (muzlim) activists and advocates. Thats why their stories all sound the same.
It doesn't do any good, but don't let them in!!!
 
This is very disturbing!! We are being invaded thur our southern boarders and now this! Now we can expect the Taliban all across the world. Is that why the first picture we saw of those being rescued were all young Afganistans who would be very capable of fighting?

We as a country are in trouble like every other country that accepts these refugees with open arms.
 
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This is very disturbing!! We are being invaded thur our southern boarders and now this! Now we can expect the Taliban all across the world. Is that why the first picture we saw of those being rescued we all young Afganistans who would be very capable of fighting?

We as a country are in trouble like every other country that accepts these refugees with open arms.
Thats right. They are mostly young fighting men that are coming. I dont know why nobody is asking the question; why don't they stay there and fight for their own country? Cowards, or terrorists? Either way they can NEVER be trusted. I had some Afghan employees one time that I caught building a truck bomb in one of my shops. These were supposed to be "good" Afghans.
If we could ever elect a good America first president again, this problem would be extremely easy to fix. Just cut off all funding to refugees and illegal aliens. They'd all self deport.
 
When I came home from work today, hunny tells me that we are going to be sending them money now. I haven't seen an article to back it up yet. BUT WE ARE GOING TO BE GIVING THE TALIBAN HARD WORKING AMERICAN MONEY? Is this really what my taxes are going to after going full time? This pisses me off!!
 
When I came home from work today, hunny tells me that we are going to be sending them money now. I haven't seen an article to back it up yet. BUT WE ARE GOING TO BE GIVING THE TALIBAN HARD WORKING AMERICAN MONEY? Is this really what my taxes are going to after going full time? This pisses me off!!
That's right. Billions of dollars will be going to the Taliban in the name of "aid". No doubt we'll be spending billions more for rebuilding that shythole. The Chinese will appreciate our Afghan "infrastructure" projects. After all, the Chinese will be extracting needed resources from there. While we spend the next generations future to help them.
 
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https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/20...llegals-us-using-non-profits-place-around-us/
The Biden administration told refugee organizations to prepare for the arrival of up to 50,000 Afghans without visas, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.

Nine State Department-contracted nonprofits that resettle refugees in the U.S. are trying to recruit more staff and volunteers to help process arriving Afghans, according to the WSJ. Some of the organizations said they haven’t been told how many refugees to expect or when they might arrive.

“We’re going to make it work, no matter how difficult, but I’d be lying to you if I said we aren’t concerned,” HIAS nonprofit President Mark Hetfield told the WSJ.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/20...fghan-evacuation-flight-potential-terrorists/A convicted rapist, who was already deported as a “refugee” in 2016, ended up at an airport in Washington D.C. after being evacuated from Afghanistan with no documentation.

It seems that he will remain in our country due to the power of parole, special permission that is supposed to be reserved for exceptional humanitarian cases.

This is just one rapist that was discovered. How many convicted rapists and terrorists on watchlists slipped through the gaping holes?

Of the more than 120,000 evacuated, only 5% or less were Americans. The other Americans were left stranded in Terror-led Afghanistan.

The Washington Post reported:

When American citizens were having trouble catching flights out of Kabul, Ghader Heydari made it on an Ethiopian Airlines charter flight for evacuees.

Border officials flagged the 47-year-old on his arrival at Washington Dulles International Airport. They appear to be the first to have spotted his criminal and immigration history and derailed his entry.

They are bringing far too many people in far too quickly to be able to effectively vet them,” said Ken Cuccinelli, a deputy secretary at Homeland Security in the Trump administration.

Heydari’s exact path to entry is not clear, though it’s unlikely he holds a Special Immigrant Visa. Those were reserved for Afghans who provided significant support for the U.S. in the war effort.

It’s also not likely he is a refugee, given his immigration history.

That leaves parole, a power the homeland security secretary has to grant admission to the U.S. in exceptional humanitarian cases. Most Afghans evacuated to the U.S. appear to be parolees rather than having official immigration status.

The Times has reached out for comment from the Department of Homeland Security and Customs and Border Protection, the agency that mans the ports of entry, including Dulles.

A senior administration official briefing reporters last week said security checks were supposed to be completed outside the U.S.

“That happens at the transit hubs, and it happens before individuals are allowed into the United States,” the official said. “That’s, in particular, with the biometric and biographic security screenings that our colleagues in the intelligence community and law enforcement and other counterterrorism components of our government are doing.

So that is where we are doing that work to ensure that however it is — whatever is happening on the ground at HKIA, before individuals are allowed into the United States, they receive that security vetting,” the official said, using the acronym for Hamid Karzai International Airport.

Either that process wasn’t followed in the case of Heydari or his rape conviction and deportation weren’t enough to keep him off the evacuee flight.

Heydari came to the U.S. as a refugee sometime in the previous century and was granted a green card in 2000.

A man whose name and age match Heydari‘s pleaded guilty to rape in Ada County, Idaho, in 2010. He served more than five years in a state prison and was released on supervision in December 2015
, according to state records.

He was ordered deported by an immigration judge in 2016 and was removed in 2017.

When Heydari arrived in the U.S. on the evacuation flight, officials tried to persuade him to cancel his request to enter, formally known as withdrawal of application for admission, but he appears to have refused.

The U.S. ended its military mission Monday after evacuating more than 116,000 people since Aug. 14. Only a tiny fraction — 6,000 to 7,000 — were Americans. Hundreds of Americans who wanted to leave were stranded as the final flight departed, though U.S. officials said they had plans to help them.

Many of the evacuees were Afghans. Some, like Heydari, have been airlifted to the U.S. Others were taken to third countries for more processing.

Security analysts have warned of the danger involved with the massive airlift of people from Afghanistan to the U.S. and holes in vetting.

The airlift was billed as a chance to get Afghans who assisted the U.S. war effort out of the country as part of a promise for their help. Those Afghans are supposed to be eligible for the Special Immigrant Visa.

But the airlift turned into a free-for-all. Relatively few Afghans brought to the U.S. have been approved for SIVs or cleared as refugees. Most appear to have been entered under Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’ power of parole, special permission that is supposed to be reserved for exceptional humanitarian cases.

Rep. Thomas P. Tiffany, Wisconsin Republican, toured Fort McCoy in his home state on Friday. Of the 2,000 Afghans being held there, not a single one was an SIV holder, he said.

“I still do not have a clear idea of the vetting process. They say that people are fully vetted, but we ask what does that mean? We take biometric data, those type of things, but I said what do you tie it back to?”
Mr. Tiffany told The Washington Times.

Given that the Afghan government has fallen and the Taliban are now in charge, it’s not clear what access the U.S. has to verify records.

“We want to know what people’s history is, and I get the sense they’re just pushing these people through,” Mr. Tiffany said.

A lack of information was the same issue the U.S. faced during the Obama years when the administration vowed to welcome tens of thousands of Syrians escaping their country’s civil war but struggled to vet them with a government the U.S. was trying to topple.

Donald Trump Jr. shared the article on Twitter with this message.
Looks like they’re really vetting the hell out of these people. I’m sure they’ll love living in your towns, paid for by your tax dollars. Gret job Democrats.


The Gateway Pundit reported last week that, at least 100 evacuees out of thousands who fled the country are currently on the U.S. terror watch list and at least one evacuee has ties to ISIS.
Up to 100 Afghan Evacuees Are on US Terror Watch List – At Least One Has Ties to ISIS

These unvetted “refugees” are terrorists and criminals, and some have already been deported for their lewd and violent behavior.

President Trump says that this level of incompetence and destruction will lead to another 9/11 attack that we need to be prepared for.
MUST SEE: President Trump on the Possibility of Another 9-11-Style Attack: “As Sure As You’re Sitting There, You’re Gonna Have It” (VIDEO)

This is all on our leadership. They actually trusted the Taliban to vet evacuees and safely evacuate Americans. Instead, The Taliban blocked Americans and pushed extremists to the front.

The Democrats are on a mission to destroy America.

They don't care. Whatever gets more votes.
 
Biden did not do an evacuation policy, this was all Biden Immigration Policy. No Afghans. They did not serve. They were paid and took the money, we owe them nothing. Under no circumstances should they ever be allowed in the US.
what about the interpreters who helped American forces? they are now under a death sentence if found by the Taliban .
 

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