Remember when Joe Biden and all his top officials assured us that Afghan refugees were being appropriately vetted?
Yeah, well, that was all a lie.
Biden’s own DHS Inspector General issued a report, but that is far from the worst of it.
Taking Short Cuts
According to the IG report, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was not vetting Afghan evacuees properly.
This is contrary to what Secretary Mayorkas, Joe Biden, Secretary Austin, General Milley, and a host of other officials have stated.
The report found that Customs and Border Protection (CBP) “did not always have critical data to properly screen, vet, or inspect the evacuees.
“We determined some information used to vet evacuees through U.S. Government databases, such as name, date of birth, identification number, and travel document data, was inaccurate, incomplete, or missing.
“We also determined CBP admitted or paroled evacuees who were not fully vetted into the United States.
“As a result, DHS may have admitted or paroled individuals into the United States who pose a risk to national security and the safety of local communities.”
The report further states, “CBP’s use of incomplete or inaccurate data would not have yielded positive matches from intelligence databases if the individuals had derogatory records under a different name or DOB.
“Therefore, DHS and CBP cannot be sure they properly screened, vetted, and inspected all evacuees.
“We found they paroled at least two individuals into the United States who may have posed a risk to national security and the safety of local communities and may have admitted or paroled more individuals of concern.”
There is a LOT more coming out about this, as we are verifying whistleblower reports on the matter to provide more detail.
DHS, as expected, pushed back on the report, stating, “The rigorous and multi-layered screening and vetting process established by the U.S. government begins overseas and is conducted by intelligence, law enforcement, and counterterrorism officials from across the U.S. Government — including from the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, and State; Federal Bureau of Investigation; National Counterterrorism Center; and other Intelligence Community partners — for all Afghan nationals arriving in the United States through OAW. Afghan nationals who did not clear these checks were not permitted to travel to the United States as part of OAW.”
This is far from over and could be the beginning of the end of this administration.
Joe Biden thought he had buried this fiasco, as the media largely left him off the hook for leaving Americans behind enemy lines.
If we have terrorists roaming freely around the United States, well, that will be the end of Joe Biden and anyone associated with this administration.