The disastrous, deadly withdrawal from Afghanistan marked the beginning of the end for Joe Biden’s administration. It was a watershed moment for a lot of Americans who were otherwise still operating under the delusion that the president was somehow caring and knowledgeable.
As the situation deteriorated, culminating in the deaths of 13 American service members at the hands of a suicide bomber, Biden’s smugness and anger were put on full display as he attempted to deflect blame. But while Afghanistan has taken a backseat in the headlines, the repercussions of the massive foreign policy failure have not been fully felt yet.
Project Veritas has obtained leaked documents that show that the administration not only admitted multiple, known terrorist threats into the United States from the war-torn country but also gave them work visas despite them being flagged by the system.
Here’s a synopsis that Project Veritas sent out via email of what they found.
The records obtained by Project Veritas confirm numerous suspected terrorists are currently living throughout the country, many of whom have work visas despite being flagged by the Terrorist Watchlist for violent offenses like murder and using explosive devices and arms.
Project Veritas published redacted government records of suspected terrorists who fall under the “Tier 1” threat level which is labelled as “Armed and Dangerous.” Most of these individuals flagged by the Department of Homeland Security were admitted because of an initiative to shelter fleeing refugees called Operation Allies Welcome.
The whistleblower inside the Federal Government has identified numerous cases. The suspected terrorists verified by Project Veritas appear to only be a small sample size. These threats live throughout the country including the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.
In the video, you’ll see specific names mentioned. One man is listed as a Category 15 threat for having “used explosives/arms.” When he arrived in the United States in October of 2021, he applied for a work visa and received it almost immediately. Another man who entered in August was flagged because he “has engaged or is likely to engage in an unspecified terrorist attack.” He also received a work visa almost immediately after applying for one.
From there, several other similar examples are given that show that the administration was clearly lying when it said they would thoroughly vet those being let into the country from Afghanistan and that it would take action if threats were realized. Clearly, neither of those things is true, as these many examples of terrorist threats making their way into the US show.
In this case, there are two possible explanations, neither of which should make people feel better about the situation. Either the Biden is purposely letting terrorist threats into the country, ignoring vetting protocols or the system is so convoluted and inefficient that no one processing these people even noticed the flags against them.
Whatever the reason, this is a dangerous situation and one that the White House is not taking seriously. Thankfully, we have investigative outlets like Project Veritas working to bring this stuff to light. The mainstream media certainly isn’t going to do it.