More good news from Biden’s Taliban human trafficking.
As I warned in today’s article, “Biden’s ‘Evacuation’ Was a Taliban Human Trafficking Scheme”, “The Biden administration claims to have evacuated 124,000 people, of them only 5,500 Americans, from Afghanistan. 60,000 have been brought into the United States. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas admitted that only 1,800 are SIV holders, another 8,000 are citizens or have green cards.”
“That leaves over 50,000 Afghans who were just brought here with no legal basis.”
Since then a female soldier was assaulted at Fort Bliss and two Afghans were arrested at Fort McCoy, one for assaulting young girls, and another for beating his wife, by these “human rights activists” whom Biden chose to save over Americans.
And now Afghan evacuees are just walking away.
Something unexpected is happening at U.S. military bases hosting Afghan evacuees: Many hundreds of them are simply leaving before receiving U.S. resettlement services, two sources familiar with the data told Reuters.
The number of “independent departures,” which top 700 and could be higher, has not been previously reported.
Why would these lovely folks just vanishing into the night before getting all the benefits of our beneficial refugee resettlement system?
1. They’re not legally who they say they are and are worried that the authorities will find out
2. They’re committing a crime such as trafficking young girls as had already been reported at Fort McCoy
3. They’re terrorists here to infiltrate America
Pick one and you’ll probably be at least partially right
The phenomenon is raising alarms among immigration advocates concerned about the risks to Afghans who give up on what is now an open-ended, complex and completely voluntary resettlement process.
They’re not alarmed at the terror threat, just worried that they’re not going to make money from 700 Afghans by resettling and counselling them and showing them how to sign up for every taxpayer-funded benefits program in their systems.
But General Glen VanHerck, head of Northern Command, pushed back on the idea that criminality was a problem on the U.S. bases. He told Pentagon reporters on Thursday that the numbers of incidents involving robbery and theft were substantially lower than in the general U.S. population, with only eight cases in six weeks.
What about the number of incidents involving sexual assaults?
However, U.S. officials stress that all of the Afghans leaving U.S. bases had already undergone security screening before arriving in the United States
And you know how much that security screening of people coming in from a war zone in a country that didn’t even have a single system of paperwork
Reuters viewed a document, entitled “Departee Information,” that is meant to warn Afghans considering leaving before completing their resettlement. It reminds them that, on base, they can get their immigration paperwork processed and even cash to help pay for travel to their destination in the United States.
So why would these folks walk away from cold hard cash?
Immigration experts say Afghans who leave the bases are not breaking U.S. laws and military officials have no legal authority to hold law-abiding Afghans against their will at any of the eight locations hosting 53,000 Afghans who fled the Taliban on U.S. evacuation flights.
At least not until they kill some Americans. And by then it’ll be too late.