9/11 taught him nothing: Biden allows “not fully vetted” Afghans into US, “pose risk” to national security


WASHINGTON, DC- The legacy of the Biden administration may not only settle on record inflation, weaponizing the Department of Justice against political opponents, skyrocketing crime, and a nation divided as not seen in 160 years.

It may also be judged by the administration’s debacle involving the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan and the resulting “refugee crisis.”

As bad as leaving billions of dollars in military equipment behind during its hasty withdrawal last year, a new bombshell report, Breitbart News reports, accuses the Biden administration of allowing “unvetted” Afghan nationals across the United States after relocating them to this country.

That comes according to the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General’s report.

After the US withdrew troops from Afghanistan in August 2021 (aside from those killed during a terrorist attack who never made it out alive), Biden had the “brilliant” idea to open a “humanitarian parole” pipeline, which resulted in over 86,000 Afghans being settled throughout the United States. The problem? Many were not screened or interviewed in person.

Uh oh.

Moreover, the new IG report reports the Biden administration had “admitted or paroled” thousands of Afghans “who were not fully vetted” before their arrival in the United States, who therefore may “pose a risk to national security” as a result.

These people hate America (not the Afghans, the Biden administration).

According to the report, with emphasis added:

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.

We attribute DHS challenges to not having: (1) a list of Afghan evacuees who were unable to provide sufficient identification documents; (2) a contingency plan to support similar emergency situations; and (3) standardized policies. 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.

In January 2022, we issued DHS a Notice of Findings and Recommendations document notifying the Department of the urgent need to take action to address security risks of evacuees from Afghanistan who were admitted or paroled into the United States without sufficient identification documents to ensure proper screening and vetting.

Investigators within the DHS IG’s office determined that Biden’s DHS “did not always have critical data to properly screen, vet, or inspect Afghan evacuees arriving as part” of the massive Afghan resettlement operation.

The report further noted that some of the information used in federal databases for the purposes of vetting Afghans “such as name, DOB< identification number, and travel document data, was inaccurate, incomplete, or missing.”

It has been reported that at least two Afghans in particular who were resettled inside the United States by the Biden administration were later found to be national security threats with ties to terrorism, Breitbart reports. One of those was deported already, while the other one is currently in deportation proceedings according to DHS officials.

The Biden administration’s DHS played fast and loose with national security during the Afghan resettlement operation, allowing Afghans into the US without providing proper IDs, but only if they had no “derogatory information” tied to their purported identities, according to the report.

The issue is that not all identities were able to be confirmed. Moreover, the DHS didn’t keep a record of Afghans who failed to provide proper identification but were admitted into the US anyway.

“According to internal DHS reports, CBP admitted or paroled dozens of evacuees with derogatory information into the country,” the report notes.

Joseph V. Cuffari, the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General made two recommendations to clean up the agency’s vetting procedures, however feckless DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who will hopefully be impeached when Republicans gain control of the House, “did not concur” with his recommendations, while defending the feckless and incompetent manner in which the department vetted Afghans.

The report comes on the heels of a number of concerns expressed about the Biden administration’s inept handling of the southern border, and also its failure to properly vet Afghan refugees who have been resettled throughout the United States.

This past February, a Department of Defense (DoD) Inspector General report also showed that Biden’s agencies had failed to properly vet Afghans arriving in the US, and noted that some 50 Afghans had been flagged for “significant security concerns” after they were resettled here.

The report noted that of the unvetted Afghans flagged for possible terrorist ties, most have disappeared into American communities. How’s that for making you feel comfortable on the 21st anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks?

The report said that as of September 17, 2021, only three of 31 Afghans identified as having specific “derogatory information” could be found.

This meshes with a recent Project Veritas report that alleged the administration resettled Afghans listed on the government’s “Terrorism Watch List” throughout the U.S.

Breitbart reported that last month, a whistleblower alleged the Biden administration resettled nearly 400 Afghans throughout the United States who are listed in federal databases as “potential threats to national security.”

Not surprisingly, the Biden administration has watered down requirements for entry into the U.S. For example in June, DHS said that Afghans who “provided…limited material support” to terrorist organizations still qualified for resettlement in the U.S.

Sleep well America.

It is estimated that resettlement of foreign refugees costs the American taxpayers about $9 billion every five years, research has shown, while each refugee costs taxpayers about $133,000 over the course of their lives. Within five years, it is estimated that somewhere around 16 percent of admitted refugees will require public housing assistance paid for by…you guessed it…the American taxpayers.


For more on the Afghan refugee “problem,” we invite you to read a piece we published earlier this year:


WASHINGTON, D.C.- According to a report from Breitbart News, Joe Biden is allegedly hiding information on the more than 75,000 Afghans his administration has brought to the United States since August 2021.

On December 16th, 2021, Senators Ron Johnson (R-WI), Josh Hawley (R-MO), and Rick Scott (R-FL) sent a letter to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Secretary of State Antony Blinken inquiring about such information related to the thousands of Afghans whom Biden has flown to the United States over the last five months.

In their letter, the Senators wrote, in part:

“During a nonpublic briefing before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, it was made clear that not all security and vetting measures have been taken to ensure the safety of our homeland … We write today to request information about how your agencies are vetting/screening these individuals.”

As of January 3, Johnson’s office told Breitbart News that they have yet to get a response from the administration about their inquiry, despite requesting that the information be made available to them by December 30th.

In their letter, the Senator’s wrote:

“It is beyond unacceptable that several months after President Biden’s disastrous and deadly withdrawal we still do not have a full account of all the Americans who are still trapped in Afghanistan or a full account of the Afghans who were evacuated to the U.S.”

The letter added:

“I urge you to immediately address the lack of transparency regarding this evacuation and resettlement operation and be straightforward with the American people.”

Mayorkas himself admitted that the vetting procedures for Afghans arriving in the United States are minimal.

During a congressional hearing in November 2021, he said:

“We are not conducting in-person, refugee interviews of 100 percent [of] individuals.”

The Senators asked Mayorkas and Blinken to provide the number of Afghans connected to derogatory information, interviewed in-person, put into secondary screening proceedings, arrested once in the U.S., deported from the U.S., put into deportation proceedings, and send back to a third country for further vetting.

The Biden administration has failed to say just how Afghans are being screened and vetted, putting the country in grave danger.

Reportedly, following an inquiry by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), Biden concealed the number of Afghans who were able to arrive in the United States despite being on the “No Fly List”.

9/11 taught him nothing: Biden allows "not fully vetted" Afghans into US, "pose risk" to national security

The Senators also asked for information related to the identifying documents of Afghans, such as the number of Afghans who arrived in the United States with no ID and how many arrived with only a birth certificate or other travel documents that would typically be insufficient for foreign nationals to come to the United States.

According to reports, Biden has resettled more than 52,000 Afghans in American communities since August 2021 while another 22,500 Afghans remain at U.S. military bases that have since been transformed into refugee camps.

Most are arriving on humanitarian parole, a visa-less category for anyone claiming to be facing persecution, while a few are Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) holders.

According to data, refugee resettlement costs American taxpayers nearly $9 billion every five years and each refugee costs taxpayers about $133,000 over the course of their lifetime.

It is reported that within five years, an estimated 16 percent of all refugees admitted to the U.S. will need housing assistance paid for by American taxpayers.

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Funding terrorists? Biden administration reportedly wants to release money to the Taliban

December 26th, 2021

WASHINGTON, DC – Recent news reports from Khaama Press, an Afghanistan News Agency, reported that the Biden Administration was considering unfreezing Afghanistan’s financial assets so that they could be accessed by the known terrorist group that overtook the country, the Taliban.


Afghanistan had its assets frozen by the United States when it became clear that the country would fall. The reason was to prevent the Taliban from ever getting access to those funds and potentially funding more terrorist activities.

However, that could all change if a report published by the Khaama Press is at all accurate.

On December 21st, the media group published a report that they had allegedly learned from the BBC that an unnamed United States official reported the Biden Administration is prepared to release at least a portion of the frozen assets.

According to the Khaama Press:

“The [BBC] source has said that the US administration has held a meeting in which easing sanctions on Afghanistan has been discussed in order to allow international aid organizations to deliver humanitarian aids to Afghanistan.”

They note that the news of this supposed release of financial aid comes at the heels of an OIC session on Afghanistan that had ended in Islamabad where it was decided that humanitarian aids would be sent to the country immediately to “prevent the economic collapse of the country.”

They note that the news came as the US Special Representative to Afghanistan, Thomas West, allegedly met in private with the Taliban’s foreign minister, Amir Khan Motaq, a report that cannot be confirmed.

While this news cannot be independently verified in any manner, it is interesting to note that the State Department spokesman, Ned Price, spoke to reporters about the terrorist country on December 20th. Price said:

“When it comes to humanitarian assistance, the United States is the global leader…We have provided, since August, $208 million alone, we provided nearly $475 million over the course of this year.

We have taken other steps as a government to do what we can to facilitate the provision of additional humanitarian assistance to the Afghan people.

“We are working with various UN bodies, including the UNDP, to find creative ways that we can infuse not only humanitarian aid but also liquidity into the Afghan economy…Thomas West was recently in Pakistan, where he attended a meeting of the OIC.

And the OIC recently announced in the context of that meeting the establishment of a trust fund, which will provide another important tool to provide money to the people of Afghanistan.”

While providing humanitarian aid to the people of Afghanistan that are subjected to the violent and bloody rule of the terrorist organization, the Taliban, seems noble… how is it that the United States and other countries plan on ensuring the people, not the terrorists, receive the money?

An even better question would be how does any country that provides financial assistance to the terrorist organization ensure that those funds are not used to fund terrorist activities?

Of course, the questions are rhetorical in nature as they most likely will never be asked by political leaders of any country. However, that has not stopped progressives and Democrats from calling on the Biden Administration to release the funds.

Democratic leaders, Pramila Jayapal, Jamaal Bowman, Ayanna Pressley, Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and Cori Bush authored a letter to Democratic President Joe Biden urging for the release of funds to the terrorist organization.

The letter states in part:

“As you transition into a new phase of our relationship with the country and people of Afghanistan, we stand with American allies and humanitarian experts in urging the United States to avoid harsh economic measures that will directly harm Afghan families and children.

This means conscientiously but urgently modifying current U.S. policy regarding the freeze of Afghanistan’s foreign reserves and ongoing sanctions.”

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Report: Afghan refugees under Biden get free food, housing, $2275, but questionable vetting

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Under the Biden administration, thousands of Afghans transported to the United States are receiving free food, housing, and $2,275 in federal aid, along with questionable vetting.

According to the Washington Post, as Afghan refugee families are moved from temporary housing and care on military bases to cities throughout the United States, resettlement agencies are struggling to keep up with the volume of families waiting for permanent housing and additional aid.


KTRH NewsRadio reports that the White House has provided a “loose” estimate of 95,000 Afghans total coming into the United States.

The Washington Post notes:

“Federal officials say they are working to spread the evacuees to different parts of the country as they begin to shut down the temporary housing camps at seven military bases that are still home to 34,000 Afghans.

“The process is expected to be completed by mid-February.”

In some areas of the country, Oklahoma for instance, resettled refugees are being offered “free housing” to relocate there.

The Post adds:

“The evacuees are each entitled to receive $2,275 in federal support that is meant to cover housing costs, job training and other expenses over a three-month period once they are matched with a resettlement agency.”

Funding for such expenses is covered nationally by massive dollar amounts earmarked for Afghan refugees.

As we previously reported, Congress has now authorized a total of $13.3 billion for the Biden administration to settle Afghans in the United States.

Other areas of the country are working on additional local funding for Afghan refugees.

For example, according to Breitbart, New York taxpayers will be covering at least $5 million in relocation expenses, after Governor Kathy Hochul (D) earmarked an additional $2 million for that purpose.


Also for example, in Oregon, Yahoo News reports that SB5561, passed on December 13, 2021, will “support Afghan individuals and families with housing, education, legal aid, job training and culturally-specific support as they settle in the state.”

The news outlet goes on to note:

“Of that $18 million, $5.25 million has been earmarked for short-term food and shelter, $2.9 million will support case management services, $5.9 million will be for rental assistance and $2.89 million is for immigration and legal services.

“An additional $807,600 will be available for culturally specific assistance and interpretation classes.”

These costly efforts are not without criticism, especially given the question of vetting, or possible lack thereof, of these Afghan refugees.

According to Breitbart, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas testified during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing that “not all” of the thousands of Afghan refugees entering the country have been interviewed by federal law enforcement, even though that is “standard vetting protocol.”

Ira Mehlman, spokesperson for the Federation for American Immigration Reform, recently told KTRH NewsRadio:

“We need to be concerned about the fact we really don’t know who is has gotten out of Afghanistan. And at the same time, we need to be doubly concerned about the growing humanitarian crisis in that country.”

He added:

“We have no idea for the most part who those people are.”

Mehlman continued:

”Most of them no doubt are just decent people who understandably wanted to get out of there. But as we’ve learned at a very high cost, it only takes a few people to cause an awful lot of trouble.”

In an exclusive interview with Breitbart, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton echoed these sentiments.

Noting that the “federal government has not shared its vetting procedures with Texas,” Paxton told Alex Marlow:

“We don’t have any confidence in the Biden administration [to vet Afghan migrants].”


He continued:

“When you look at the border and how they’re just inviting people to come across … obviously the cartels are involved in every transaction, because you have to pay them to get across the border….

“We’ve got the Biden administration helping the cartels, helping them import drugs, helping them import COVID into our state, helping them import sex trafficking and other human trafficking…. and yet here we are with the Afghan refugees.”

Paxton went on to say:

“I don’t know that we’ll vet [Afghan refugees] at all. I think it’ll just be whatever the federal government says they’ve done. We won’t really know if it’s true.

“We won’t even know if they’ve done anything, and so, they’ll be dropped wherever the federal government wants to drop them, and they’ll disappear into our society.

“We’ll never know, until something bad happens, if we have a terrorist.”

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