65 Afghan Suspected Terrorists Let Into the US

The Daily Mail
Article Source: The Daily Mail

Article Source: The Daily Mail

NBC News video screenshot of chaotic withdrawal scene at Kabul airport August, 2021
  • Over 65 terrorists identified as “national security risks” were allowed into the U.S. in the 12 months after the catastrophic withdrawal from Afghanistan.
  • Some of these individuals included militants who left fingerprints on improvised explosive devices (IEDs) intended to kill Americans in Afghanistan, and a prisoner freed by the Taliban.
  • The Biden administration’s flawed vetting process and severe staff shortages were cited as reasons for allowing these individuals into the U.S., with around 70 percent of those evacuated from Afghanistan not being American citizens, green card holders, or part of the Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) program.  
  • new book has just been published on the disastrous withdrawal, based on hundreds of interviews with servicemembers, senior intelligence officials, high-ranking members of allied governments, and Americans and Afghan allies who were eyewitnesses to the withdrawal.  Read More

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