Sunday, January 16, 2022

Taliban Threatened US With 2,000 Suicide Bombers In WA. D.C.; Biden’s ‘Dangerous’ Vetting Policy for Immigrants Flouts 9/11 Commission’s Recommendations; ALMOST NONE of the 82,000 Afghans Airlifted From Kabul in Aug. Were Vetted Before Coming to the US

Taliban Threatened US With 2,000 Suicide Bombers In Washington D.C.:
A recent report by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) - which monitors and tracks global jihadist communications via open source intelligence collection methods - has detailed that last year the Taliban threatened the Biden administration with "a battalion of suicide bombers" sent to Washington D.C.
This was a threat and warning reportedly relayed simultaneous with prior Doha talks when it emerged the Pentagon was contemplating a massive security force of some 2,000 US troops to guard the at that time still operating American embassy in Kabul.
According to the MEMRI report, "In December 2021, it also emerged that the Islamic Emirate told the United States during talks in Doha that if the U.S. insisted on deploying 2,000 American troops at its embassy in Kabul, the Taliban would also deploy as part of any bilateral arrangement 2,000 fidayeen mujahideen [i.e., suicide bombers] at the Afghan Embassy in Washington D.C."
During the chaotic and bloody events of August as the US evacuated forces from Kabul airport, the State Department was forced to abandon its sprawling Afghan embassy altogether amid the lightning Taliban advance on the capital city. --->READ MORE HERE
Josh Hawley: Joe Biden’s ‘Dangerous’ Vetting Policy for Immigrants Flouts 9/11 Commission’s Recommendations:
President Joe Biden’s administration is openly disregarding recommendations made by the 9/11 Commission that tout the importance of properly vetting all immigrants to the United States, in person, before granting their entry with a visa, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) says.
Last month, Biden’s State Department and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that foreign nationals applying for H-1B, L-1, and O-1 visas will not be required to sit through an in-person interview at an overseas U.S. consulate to secure their visa.
The decision to further ease vetting requirements for foreign nationals arriving in the U.S. comes as foreign nationals seeking temporary H-2B work visas and F-1 student visas have been exempt from having to undergo in-person interviews with U.S. consulate officials.
Likewise, the Biden administration has brought more than 75,000 Afghans to the U.S. for resettlement since mid-August. DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has admitted in congressional testimony that “not all” Afghans are being vetted in person.
In a letter to Mayorkas and Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Hawley requests that the administration “immediately rescind these misguided policies and ensure that everyone who enters this country has been adequately vetted.” --->READ MORE HERE
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ALMOST NONE of the 82,000 Afghans Airlifted From Kabul in August Were Vetted Before Coming to the U.S.

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