It's been almost a year since the military, humanitarian, and political disaster created by Biden's botched withdrawal from Afghanistan. https://t.co/qJJmqWsbXt
— Don Belda ✝🇺🇸 (@dbelda56) July 25, 2022
Not only is the administration sending money overseas nearly one year after the botched withdrawal, but they refuse to give access to auditors to investigate exactly what has been going on.
In the last two decades, the United States as spent nearly $146 billion on Afghanistan reconstruction and it seems billions more continue to be spent by the Biden administration, who are blocking federal auditors from conducting their congressionally mandated job of investigation where the money is going.
When Biden forced the U.S. military to surrender to the Taliban terrorists in August of 2021, he also armed the Taliban with nearly $80 billion in U.S. weapons and left thousands of Americans stranded, fending for themselves.
Instead of destroying the equipment before leaving Afghanistan, the Biden administration decided to leave it all to the Taliban, thus giving them more power.
— Unaffiliated Voter (@WayneDupreeShow) July 26, 2022
A more complete list of what was left behind was created with public information and help from other intelligence sources. Below is the list of just some of the left behind equipment that is now controlled by the Taliban:
2,000 armored vehicles, including Humvees and MRAP’s;
75,989 total vehicles: FMTV, M35, Ford Rangers, Ford F350, Ford Vans, Toyota Pickups, armored security vehicles, etc.;
45 UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters;
50 MD530G Scout Attack choppers;
ScanEagle military drones;
30 military version cessnas;
29 Brazilian made A-29 super Tocano ground attack aircraft;
208+ aircraft total; and
At least 600,000+ small arms M16, M29, SAWs, M24 sniper systems, 50 calibers, 1,395 M203 grenade launchers, M134 mini gun, 20mm Gatling guns and ammunition.
According to Judicial Watch:
“For months the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) has been trying to investigate the abrupt collapse of the U.S.-backed government in Afghanistan, if the State Department is complying with laws and regulations prohibiting the transfer of funds to the Taliban, and ongoing humanitarian programs supporting the Afghan people.”
It seems that the State Department and its offshoot, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), refuse to cooperate as required by law.
The sudden refusal to cooperate is particularly surprising after more than a decade of cooperation. Head of SIGAR, John F. Sopko, writes:
“Billions of dollars have been spent in Afghanistan and billions more continue to be spent. Congress and American taxpayers deserve to know why the Afghan government collapsed after all that assistance, where the money went, and how taxpayer money is now being spent in Afghanistan.”
“The fact that the State and USAID would obstruct such oversight work, particularly after the Taliban’s seizure of governmental power in Afghanistan, is unprecedented. Given the express prohibition against State and USAID officials preventing SIGAR from conducting its oversight work, it is also illegal.”
Thirteen brave service members died needlessly in your botched withdrawal from Afghanistan. You should've followed Trump's plan. Instead you armed the Taliban w/ American weapons & are leaving our border wide open.
Please stop acting like you care about America and her people. pic.twitter.com/aXR991xnA1
— RinaldoAndMe 🇺🇸 (@RinaldoAndMe) July 20, 2022
Biden’s botched withdrawal from Afghanistan was the worst surrender in United States history.
It may have also been the worst foreign policy move in United States history and is yet another example of the purposeful destruction of the United States under Joe Biden.
Reportedly, USAID has a controversial past and has been allegedly connected to illegals being transported to the United States. It is just one of the many organizations that need to be fully audited under the Biden administration.
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Report: Biden administration guts immigration rules, moves to make it easier for illegal immigrants to become citizens
July 8th, 2022
WASHINGTON, DC – A new policy was recently announced from the Biden Administration which makes it easier for those who illegally sneak into the country to become full-fledged legal citizens.
The move erases the former ten year wait requirement which had no doubt discouraged illegal immigration.
Immigration’s ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’: Biden’s new DHS Policy makes illegal activity ‘irrelevant’ https://t.co/r9NA8OUL6D
— Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) July 7, 2022
Formerly, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services would have denied any application for citizenship to those that had illegally entered the country under what was called the three-year/10 rule.
That rule meant anyone who did not have any type of legal status to be in the country for at least six months but less than a year had to leave the country and await three years before trying to come back legally.
Those who had been in the country illegal for over a year were forced to wait ten years before returning to the United States.
Emilio Gonzalez, who headed the USCIS under former Republican President George W. Bush, equated the move to erase the ten year requirement to that of former Democratic President Bill Clinton’s “don’t ask don’t tell policy.”
That policy refers to President Clinton’s way around allowing homosexuals in the military during the 90’s when being gay at that time would dismissal from the service.
“We won’t ask you where you’ve been during your inadmissible period, and you don’t tell us. It’s sheer craziness.”
The new policy will allow anyone who has entered the country legally or illegally to apply for citizenship and admission into the country regardless of the circumstances. An excerpt of their policy states:
“Noncitizen’s location during the statutory 3-year or 10-year period and the noncitizen’s manner of return to the United States during the statutory 3-year or 10-year period are irrelevant for purposes of determining inadmissibility.”
The Homeland Security Department’s citizenship agency has admitted a new policy makes illegal immigration behavior for those trying to enter and reenter the United states “irrelevant.” The Washington Times reports…https://t.co/4tIUX0ly35
— ❌Paul Baumgartner❌ 68% Adjudicated (@WatchnDaWorld) July 8, 2022
While some have equated the recently reformed policy racist, others would not that it acted as a deterrent to those who wanted to illegally enter the country and jump ahead of those that were legally attempting to become U.S. citizens.
Now, with that barrier removed, some fear that scores of those who may have thought twice about coming into the country illegally will now believe that they can do so without fear of being deported or being sent to the back of the line in terms of immigrating.
This move comes at a time when multiple counties in the State of Texas are planning on declaring a state of emergency due to the mass amounts of those entering the country illegally.
The reports of 239,000 illegal alien encounters in May of this year has caused some in Texas and Arizona to refer to the issue as an invasion.
The term invasion in reference to the southern border is not really new as the Attorney General for Arizona came out with a legal opinion on the matter in February of this year. He said:
“The violence and lawlessness at the border caused by transnational cartels and gangs satisfies the definition of an ‘invasion’ under the U.S. Constitution, and Arizona therefore has the power to defend itself from the invasion under the Governor’s authority as Commander-in-Chief. An actual invasion permits the State to engage in defensive actions within its own territory at or near its border.”
Something that former acting Deputy Department of Homeland Security Secretary Ken Cuccinelli not only agrees with, but is urging governors along the southern border to follow suit. Cuccinelli spoke to Fox News about the issue in saying:
“The key here is you’ve got the first legal ruling that the southern border situation is an invasion. One, that’s obviously very significant and two it’s going to – as it should – put enormous pressure on [Texas] Governor Abbott to adopt that position themselves and to respond accordingly.”
Suspects in thwarted mass casualty event were allegedly illegal immigrants that had previously been deported
RICHMOND, VA – A new report is making headlines about the thwarted mass casualty event in Richmond, Virginia that was stopped on the 4th of July.
The new information, according to police, is that the two suspected assailants were illegal aliens…and one of them had been deported multiple times.
Word of the potential mass shooting was overheard by a good Samaritan and thankfully reported to police in time to be able to stop it. Richmond Police Chief Gerald Smith reported at a news conference that the tip saved countless lives:
“One phone call saved numerous lives on the Fourth of July.”
Investigators with the Richmond Police Department, US Department of Homeland Security, and the FBI responded to a residence that the two suspects shared in the 3100 block of Colombia Street. Once at the residence, someone allegedly allowed them to enter where they observed two rifles, a handgun, and 200 rounds of ammunition.
Police arrested the first suspect, Julio Alvarado-Dubon, who was at the residence, for being an illegal alien in possession of a firearm.
The second suspect in the case, Rolman Balacercel, was surveilled until police had enough probable cause to take him into custody. He was also charged with being an illegal alien in possession of a firearm.
While this mass shooting was stopped before it started thanks to someone overhearing a conversation, it should be noted that the two should have never been in the country in the first place.
One of the suspects, Alvarado-Dubon, was in the country from Guatemala on an expired visa.
One of the two, who was not identified, had been deported from the United States several times before the alleged planning of the attack.
If federal authorities were to have enforced current immigration laws, neither of these suspects would have been in the country in the first place, something that Police Chief Smith notes as being “frustrating.”
While the case is still under investigation, it is unknown if there will be more charges coming or if the two will remain in custody. If they are released from custody before any court hearings, hopefully, the authorities will be able to keep tabs on them before they can plan…or carry out an attack.
Chief Smith noted how one person was able to save the lives of countless people who were going to attend the 4th of July celebration.
“A hero citizen picked up the phone and overheard a conversation there was a mass shooting being planned here in the city of Richmond, Virginia. There’s no telling how many lives this citizen hero saved from one phone call.”
Authorities at this time have yet to determine a motive for the alleged planned attack. Chief Smith said:
“They were planning to actually shoot up our Fourth of July celebration. Okay? We know what their intent is, but we don’t have a motive.”
NBC12 was able to interview one of the people, Stephanie Lynch, who attended the Fourth of July event and is thankful the attack was stopped before it happened. She told them:
“We, any number of my community members, my neighbors, my friends, my family could have been victimized in a mass shooting.”
Republican Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin weighed in on the stopped mass shooting on Twitter by posting:
“I want to thank and applaud the hero in Virginia that stopped a potential massacre by alerting our brave Richmond Police Department Officers that work tirelessly every day to protect our communities. It’s a great reminder that if you see something, say something to your local PD.”
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