Sean O'Donnell, Inspector General for the Department of Defense, is investigating accusations that President Joe Biden resettled 400 Afghans listed as "potential threats" into the United States.
The Department of Defense Inspector General is set to investigate allegations that Biden gave a home to nearly 400 Afghans, resettling them across the United States, when they had been listed as "potential threats" to our national security.
"Last month, Sens. Josh Hawley (R-MO) and Ron Johnson (R-WI) detailed allegations from a whistleblower who claims that the Biden administration knowingly resettled almost 400 Afghans in the U.S. who were listed as 'potential threats' in federal databases and urged staff to cut corners in the vetting process," reported Breitbart.
National Security Threat Biden's Fault
"According to new allegations, 324 individuals evacuated from Afghanistan were allowed to enter the United States, despite appearing on the DoD’s Biometrically Enabled Watchlist," Hawley and Johnson’s letter to Sean O’Donnell states:
Furthermore, the whistleblower alleges that political appointees at the National Security Council and DOD instructed agency personnel to cut corners when processing evacuees in Afghanistan and at staging bases in Europe, also known as 'lily pads.'
According to the whistleblower rather than administer fingerprint tests on all ten fingers, personnel were told to abbreviate their tests in order to promote the rushed evacuation from Afghanistan.
"Afghan immigrant households use more than three times the food stamps as native-born American households. In 2010, about 19 percent of Afghan immigrant households used food stamps, but that total has skyrocketed to 35 percent in 2019," reported Breitbart.
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