An explosive report conducted by the Department of Defense’s (DOD) Inspector General reveals that President Joe Biden’s administration brought dozens of Afghans to the United States without properly vetting them and many of whom deemed “significant security concerns” have since gone missing.
The reort-, released late last week, exposes massive holes in Biden’s unlimited resettlement of Afghans to American communities — the largest in U.S. history — such as a lack of vetting through the National Counter-Terrorism Center (NCTC) database.
Specifically, the report details how Biden’s “agencies did not use all available data when vetting Afghan evacuees” and therefore, the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) discovered “Afghans with derogatory information … who were believed to be in the U.S.”
Now, those unvetted Afghans with possible terrorism ties have gone missing inside the nation’s interior, the DOD report states:
As of November 2, 2021, NGIC personnel had identified 50 Afghan personnel in the United States with information in DOD records that would indicate potentially significant security concerns. [Emphasis added]
DOD personnel could not locate some Afghan evacuees whom NGIC personnel identified as having derogatory information that would make them ineligible for the parolee program conducted at [U.S.] safe havens. Specifically, NGIC personnel stated that they could not locate some Afghan evacuees when attempting to report derogatory information to the DOD and U.S. Government agencies supporting [U.S.] safe havens. [Emphasis added]