Biden Plans to Cut Afghan Resettlement Process From 2 Years to 30 Days
It's a lot easier to speed up the vetting process when you're not actually vetting the incoming terrorists and rapists, just running the spelling of their current names on their current documents through a database to see if anything pops up.
Since America's a bit short of terrorists these days, Biden intends to speed up the process of dumping unvetted terrorists into southern states and Texas in the hope that they'll all vote a dozen times for him in between suicide bombings.
Biden's advisers are crafting a plan to accelerate bringing potentially thousands of Afghans to the U.S. from Qatar, according to a source with direct knowledge of the administration's internal deliberations on the subject.
What could go wrong?
It would allow Afghans to be screened, vetted, approved for refugee status and placed on planes to the United States within 30 days of their arrival at the military site in Qatar being used to house them.
It usually takes two to five years for refugee applicants to be resettled in the U.S.
2 years, 30 days, what's the difference? This way the terrorists will have more time to adapt to our culture, scope out our shopping malls and take hostages at our churches and synagogues.
Biden officials involved in the discussions have said they're confident the full refugee vetting process can be done in 30 days.
The full process? We already know that their vetting consists of running names through a database. They can just automate the process and go out to lunch.
And it sounds like that's what they're going to do.