(Republican Insider) – Within months of Biden usurping the presidency, the world stability that President Trump maneuvered and orchestrated was quickly shattered. With one decision by the Biden regime to hastily withdraw troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban moved in, took over and made the entire Middle East a whole lot less safe again.
The entire debacle was reminiscent of Saigon except worse. Billions of dollars worth of American munitions and supplies were left for the Taliban’s taking while the initial chaos cost 13 Americans their lives.
Making matters worse is the fact that the regime left behind countless Americans and American allies while “rescuing” scores of Afghan refugees.
The disastrous event appears to be the gift that keeps on giving. Now reports are claiming that there are at least 50 potential terrorists on the loose right here in the US despite the regime’s promises that those being evacuated from Afghanistan would be thoroughly vetted.
According to Just the News, the Department of Defense’s Inspector General has revealed in a report to Congress this week that dozens of evacuees who pose “potentially significant security concerns” were admitted into the country last year.
“Significant security concerns include individuals whose latent fingerprints have been found on improvised explosive devices and known or suspected terrorists,” the report said.
The IG found that Afghan refugees who were supposedly fully vetted were actually not vetted against all available data prior to their arrival in the US. 31 of these now-potential security risks had “derogatory information” on their records. The worst part is, the regime can’t seem to locate 28 of them.
“Not being able to locate Afghan evacuees with derogatory information quickly and accurately could pose a security risk to the United States,” the inspector general said. “In addition, the U.S. Government could mistakenly grant ineligible Afghan evacuees with derogatory information” parole.
How dare anyone even so much as suggest that hastily bringing droves of Afghan refugees to the US might not be the most prudent thing to do. Last year, Biden didn’t want to hear it. He insisted that Afghans were being thoroughly vetted before being allowed into the US.
“We are conducting thorough … security screening for everyone who is not a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident,” he said in August, according to The Hill. “Anyone arriving in the United States will have undergone a background check.”
Biden regime mouthpiece Jen Psaki doubled down on these assurances.
“Our security vetting process is so thorough that even as people are vetted before they come — they go through a background check before they come — we implement multiple layers of checks, including a confirmation, in some cases, on landing,” she told reporters in August.
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The news that the Biden regime actually did drop the ball on the whole vetting process really shouldn’t surprise anyone. There have been signs that they didn’t quite live up to their lofty promises.
In October, a female service member was allegedly assaulted by three evacuees at a New Mexico military base and in September, there were reports that evacuees who had made it into the US had child brides with them whom they had sexually assaulted on bases in both the United Arab Emirates and the US.
It’s pretty clear that national security is the last priority for the Biden regime, if it’s a priority at all.
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