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    Joe Biden’s Deputies Are Flying Unvetted Afghans to U.S.

    Joe Biden’s Deputies Are Flying Unvetted Afghans to U.S.

    by NEIL MUNRO 24 Aug 2021

    President Joe Biden’s pro-migration deputies are importing many unvetted Afghans into Americans’ homeland — and the arrivals will likely get work permits and citizenship, say former officials at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

    The inflow of unvetted Afghans was acknowledged by a state department official on August 23, according to Reuters:

    Today the first onward flight of SIV [Special Immigrant Visa] applicants took off from Germany to the United States, and we expect those to continue to ramp up,” the official added, in reference to the Special Immigrant Visa, designed for people who worked with the U.S. military. [Emphasis added]

    Elsewhere, officials are refusing to state all Afghans will be vetted before they arrive.

    At the Pentagon, Major General Hank Taylor told the media on August 21 that “Intelligence, law enforcement, and counterterrorism professionals are conducting screening and security vetting for all SIV applicants and other vulnerable Afghans before they are allowed into the U.S.”

    He did not say the vetting would be completed before the migrants are allowed into the U.S.

    Afghan refugees arrive at a processing center in Chantilly, Virginia, on August 23, 2021, after arriving on a flight at Dulles International Airport. (OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images)

    President Joe Joe Biden’s office tweeted a claim on August 23 that “Once screened and cleared, we will welcome Afghans who helped us in the war effort to their new home in the United States of America.” But the tweet did not say that all officials would only welcome Afghans who have completed their vetting.

    It is very difficult for U.S. troops in Kabul to vet Afghans who claim to have fought alongside U.S. forces or who claimed to have worked for U.S. projects, said Ken Cuccinelli, who served as the deputy chief of homeland security for President Donald Trump. “It is brutally difficult to get that done with any reliability … It impossible when you no longer have a presence in the area,” said Cuccinelli, who is now a senior fellow of immigration at the Center for Renewing America.

    “If [the vetting] is going to happen, it has to happen in these third countries before they get to the United States,” Cucinelli said.

    “It is not clear that we’re going to be able to vet those people before a decision is made whether to bring them over or not, and that kicks over to the question of how much risk are we willing to absorb in those decisions where we don’t have the ability to prove key elements like confirming identity?” he said.

    Migrants are clever and capable of fraud, Cuccinelli warned. Progressives wish to treat “them as if they’re these stupid people barely able to stay alive … [But] they’re quite smart just like most other people.”

    Refugees from Afghanistan are escorted to a waiting bus after arriving and being processed at Dulles International Airport in Dulles, Virginia on August 23, 2021. (ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/AFP via Getty Images)

    Once in the United States, migrants who fail the vetting process will not be deported, predicted Rob Law, the director of regulatory affairs and policy at the Center for Immigration Studies. He continued:

    Are you really going to deport the Afghanis back to Afghanistan? No. What are you going to do? Send them to another country? No, you’re just going to cut them loose and probably going to cut them loose with a work permit.

    The lax attitudes towards vetting echo progressives’ eagerness to import migrants in the United States, he said. In 2021, for example, Biden’s pro-migration progressives will oversee the inflow of roughly 750,000 legal immigrants, plus at least 800,000 economic migrants through the Mexican border. Overall, the 2021 inflow is equal to almost one migrant for every two American births.

    A majority of Americans oppose the resettlement of more than 50,000 Afghans in the United States, according to a survey by Rasmussen Reports.

    The August 18-19 survey of 1,000 likely voters was taken as Biden appears to be expanding the number of migrants he is flying to the United States, far above the initial predictions of 22,000 Afghans — plus family members — who worked alongside the U.S. soldiers who were supporting Afghanistan’s government.

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    For progressives, the goal is to get the Afghans into the United States, said Law, who was a senior official in the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services under Trump. “You have to get them here [in the United States] first in order for them to get immigration benefits that the left so desperately wants to dole out,” he said, adding:

    A few of them actually qualify for SIVs [Special Immigrant Visas for translators], but most of them do not. [Once they are in the U.S.], then all sudden, [progressives] will say, “Well, here’s a [legalization] program that we’ll make up of out of thin air and in violation of the law.” Or, once you have a large enough population here, then all of a sudden, [Homeland security secretary Alejandro] Mayorkas slaps Afghanistan with the TPS [Temporary Protected Status] designation, and then they’re here forever.

    They’re just going to keep trying to find different avenues to just extract Afghanis and let them stay in the United States permanently.

    There’s your “Mission Accomplished,” which is not winning a nation-building war or anything else like that. It’s really just continuing to bring in the world’s poor and give them a permanent place in the United States.

    “There’s an opportunistic element to this,” said Cuccinelli. “That cadre of [pro-migration] folks in both parties — although it’s become a bit of a religion on the left whereas on the right, it’s more corporate cronyism — they will seize the opportunity and they’ll, if nothing else, err on the high side.”

    Progressives are eager to get many Afghans into the United States, despite the law and security risks, said Law. He added:

    It’s just part of the anti-borders mindset that “We’re one world, we’re not the United States, we’re not a sovereign nation, and it’s selfish for the United States with all of its wealth and success to not share that with everybody else.” So you should just bring in the people.

    He added:

    There are political motivations behind it. If you’re the political party that helps make this happen, then there’s kind of this wink and a nod as to how these people or their subsequent offspring or other family members will vote in subsequent elections.

    Businesses have new consumers, and they also have a new cheaper source of labor to employ, to further keep their costs down, and for the [investors] of the world to further maximize their profit margins.

    But state legal officials can sue the administration, he said. “Our immigration laws are meant to be generally protective of American workers, and what’s being done here is a complete annihilation of the immigration laws.”

    The long-standing federal policy of extraction migration pulls many workers, consumers, and renters from poor countries for use in the U.S. economy. The economic policy inflates the labor supply and boosts consumer spending, so aiding companies and investors.

    Extraction migration is deeply unpopular because it damages ordinary Americans’ career opportunities, cuts their wages, raises their rents, curbs their productivity, shrinks their political clout, widens regional wealth gaps, and wrecks their democratic, equality-promoting civic culture.

    For many years, a wide variety of pollsters have shown deep and broad opposition to labor migration and the inflow of temporary contract workers into jobs sought by young U.S. graduates. This opposition is multiracial, cross-sex, non-racist, class-based, bipartisan, rational, persistent, and recognizes the solidarity Americans owe to each other.

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    I knew this was going to be another free-for-all, open borders scheme.
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    Fly them all to Puerto Rico where they can be contained.

    Take out the enemy and then send them all back home!


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    American citizens account for less than 7% of those evacuated yesterday. That’s why the White House, State and DoD have been dodging questions about these numbers.

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    NEW: Leaked State cable with evacuation numbers (as of Aug 23 at 1500 ET):Total manifested since midnight Kabul AUG 23: 483 AMCITS, 6,425 Afghans natls, 8 3rd country/unknown. Total = 6,916Total manifested since op began: 4,407 AMCITS, 21,533 Afghans, 642 TCNs. Total = 26,582
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