(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) The Biden administration has allowed numerous suspected terrorists to enter the United States under the auspices of its Operation Allies Welcome program that resettles “vulnerable Afghans,” according to a report at Project Veritas.
Project Veritas said it obtained “redacted government documents” and “never-before-seen footage” from a “whistleblower inside the Federal Government” which reveal the presence in the United States of at least three men who have spent time on the Department of Homeland Security’s Terrorist Watchlist.
“Numerous violent refugees, previously flagged by DHS for a wide range of offenses the agency describes as terrorism, are living in the United States,” Project Veritas reported.
The watchdog named Watchlist individuals who gained entry to the US through the Operation Allies Welcome program:
Ismael Jurat, a current resident of California, whose visa was approved despite being classified as am “armed and dangerous” “Teir 1” threat.
The visa of Anwarallhaq Wahidi was also approved even after he was “added to the Terrorist Watchlist on October 17, 2021.”
Finally, Nazir Ahmad Rahimi was allowed to enter the US even though he was flagged by the DHS as “having engaged or likely to engage in an unspecified violent terrorist act.”
Project Veritas also discovered new footage of Ur Jaddou, Director of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, praising the efficiency of the Biden administration’s program.
“I am so proud. So, so proud, of what we were capable of doing and what we did in Operation Allies Welcome,” Jaddou said. “Thousands of our Afghan allies paroled into the United States swiftly received employment authorization.”
Under the program, the DHS handles the “initial processing” of refugees at military facilities and then connects them with NGOs whose purpose is to resettle them into American communities.
According to Project Veritas, OAW has introduced over 80,000 Afghan refugees into the US.