Sunday, February 27, 2022

Biden’s Handlers Dumping 16,000 Afghan 'Translators' in Loudoun County, Most Don't Speak English; US' Plan for New Centre to Process Afghan Evacuees in Virginia Sparks Controversy

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Biden’s Handlers Dumping 16,000 Afghan 'Translators' in Loudoun County, Most Don't Speak English:
Sheriff Michael Chapman of Loudoun County, Va. got an unpleasant surprise recently from Old Joe Biden’s handlers. On Thursday, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) published a press release that reveals the truly astonishing extent of the administration’s high-handedness, dishonesty, carelessness, and recklessness in its resettlement of Afghan refugees in cities and towns all over the United States. Without any prior warning, Loudoun County officials were told that 2,000 Afghan refugees would be arriving in the county in just over two weeks and that 2,000 more would be arriving every month after that through September. In what will come as no surprise to anyone who has been paying attention for the last thirteen months, Chapman and other Loudoun County officials found the Biden team to be disingenuous, uncooperative, poorly prepared, and worse.
“On February 4, 2022,” says the Sheriff’s Office press release, “the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) received an unannounced visit by the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Federal Protective Service (FPS) in which it learned that approximately 2000 Afghan refugees, per month, were slated to arrive at the Washington Dulles International Airport during a window beginning as early as February 19, 2022, and extending to September 2022.” This gave them just two weeks to prepare for the influx. “DHS/FPS regional personnel advised the refugees would be transported by bus to the National Conference Center (NCC) where they would stay until their ultimate relocation elsewhere in the United States. DHS/FPS estimated that no more than 1000 refugees per month would remain at the NCC at any given time until September 2022. The refugees, for the most part, would enter the US from Qatar.”
Let’s remember that in Oct. 2021, a Congressional delegation in Qatar led by Rep. Darell Issa (R-Calif.) was told that fully 12,000 of the Afghans who had come to Camp As Sayliyah and then went on to the U.S. had no identification at all. Issa stated: “They came with nothing. No Afghan I.D., no I.D. of any sorts. Those people were all forwarded on to the U.S., and that’s quite an admission. So many people had no I.D. whatsoever and yet find themselves in the United States today based on what they said.”
Are any of these people we know absolutely nothing about going to Loudoun County? There’s no way to tell, but once they get there, they’ll have it made: “DHS/FPS advised that the refugees will be provided cash and cell phones from non-government organizations and be required to remain on the NCC grounds.” Whether voting for Democrats was a requirement for keeping the dough rolling in was not mentioned; maybe it’s just understood. --->READ MORE HERE
US' plan for new centre to process Afghan evacuees in Virginia sparks controversy:
The United States government aims to open a new centre in Northern Virginia to receive additional Afghan evacuees, according to four sources familiar with the matter.
But even before any official announcement was made, the local sheriff in the area has already raised concerns about the plan.
The centre is due to open as the government closes down the last of eight sites on military bases that housed tens of thousands of people evacuated from Afghanistan since August last year.
It would be staffed by multiple US agencies involved with the resettlement effort and could be operational by late February or early March, a senior US official told Reuters.
The site being considered is in Leesburg, Virginia, according to two of the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
The US Department of Homeland Security said in a statement to Reuters that it was still working to confirm the location of the centre.
The sheriff's office of Loudoun County, where Leesburg is located, issued a statement on Thursday (Feb 17) saying it was told by the department that the government planned to bus some 2,000 Afghan evacuees a month, mostly relocating from Qatar, from nearby Dulles International Airport to the National Conference Centre (NCC) beginning this month.
Sheriff Michael Chapman raised concerns about a "lack of communication, lack of planning, language barriers" as well as "the NCC's unfenced proximity to a residential neighbourhood and two public schools", according to the statement. --->READ MORE HERE
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