May 23, 2022

Biden allowed unvetted Afghans into U.S.

A report by the Department of Defense’s (DOD) Inspector General has revealed that President Joe Biden allowed Afghans into the U.S. without proper vetting who have since disappeared within the country.

The report, released last week, showed that Afghans were not vetted through the National Counter-Terrorism Center (NCTC) database.

“As of November 2, 2021, NGIC personnel had identified 50 Afghan personnel in the United States with information in DOD records that would indicate potentially significant security concerns,” the report said.

“Specifically, NGIC personnel stated that they could not locate some Afghan evacuees when attempting to report derogatory information to the DOD and U.S. Government agencies supporting [U.S.] safe havens,” it added.

More than 74,000 Afghans have resettled in 46 states since coming to America during the military’s withdrawal in August 2021.

More than $13.4 billion has been approved by Congress in two separate bills to fund the resettlement, according to Breitbart News.

The report reveals what some have previously feared, that radicalized Afghans would live in our own communities, potentially causing acts of terror in our own nation.

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