Afghans Invade U.S. Cities — And Yours Could Be Next

The Democrat mission to import hoards of third world refugees from countries that have nothing but hatred for America is coming along nicely. Their new voter base is being installed across the entire country right in time for the ’22 midterm elections.

Just when you thought the immigration crisis couldn’t get worse, recent reports claim the Biden administration is settling 4,000 Afghans across 46 states in the United States every week.

During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing this week, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said the administration is resettling thousands of Afghans every week as part of its massive resettlement operation.

The administration is hoping to bring close to 100,000 Afghans to the U.S., though a plan passed by Congress, including 49 House and Senate Republicans, opens the door for an unlimited amount of Afghan resettlement.

As part of Biden’s resettlement operation, Afghans are being temporarily housed across various U.S. military bases in Texas, New Jersey, Virginia, Wisconsin, Indiana, and New Mexico. From there, they are resettled across a multitude of states as non-governmental organizations (NGOs) help to secure them jobs.

Biden has promised Afghans they will be able to get work permits, free of charge.

Also at the hearing, Mayorkas admitted that “not all” Afghans are undergoing in-person vetting before boarding flights and landing in the U.S., primarily on humanitarian parole that has been widely opened by the administration.

Republicans lawmakers are making moves to prevent this tragedy.

They’ve has introduced legislation that would ban the administration from using parole to fly Afghans to the U.S., hugely increase vetting procedures, and allow states to veto refugee resettlement.

Something, anything needs to be done to stop this bleeding nightmare from occurring.

Between Afghan refugees and the bombed-out US-Mexico border, the U.S. taxpayer can only take so much until the bottom completely drops out.

The strain on our resources, job markets, not to mention the cultural aspect, is weighing heavy on an already vulnerable United States of America.

Author: Elizabeth Tierney