The DHS, under the management of alleged Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, wants you to say a big hello to all your new Afghani neighbors. You’ll be meeting them personally real soon. He found a way to get around that pesky visa bottleneck by granting them “parole.” One highly suspected ISIS terrorist already managed to hop a flight to Qatar before alert Arab screeners detected him. How many more will walk right through the American heartland without anyone noticing? Especially when CBP is doing the screening.
DHS passing out parole
Imperial Minister of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas gave all the refugee resettlement agencies a heads up that they’re about to get busy, real busy. According to Newsweek, “resettlement agencies were told to prepare to receive as many as 50,000 Afghans arriving on ‘humanitarian parole.'” The real figure will be more like 150,000, the LA Times reports.
Jenny Yang, a senior vice president of advocacy and policy at World Relief was at the DHS meeting. Some “of the Afghans being evacuated out of Kabul who don’t have permission to enter the U.S.” will get the special pass. A “senior administration official” confirmed the scheme on Tuesday, August 24.
The palace is being sketchy about “how many Afghans would benefit, but among them will be those who helped the U.S. during the 20-year war whose applications for special immigrant visas have not been fully approved.”
The LA Times dug up the number. “300,000 Afghan civilians worked with the U.S. in some capacity, but only 16,000 special immigrant visas have been granted since 2014, with 18,000 ‘in the pipeline.'” So, The DHS is expecting 20,000 or so for a start. As the Times adds, “In this situation, the U.S. could easily justify taking in 150,000.”
Just because you’re name shows up on a terror watch list isn’t an excuse to keep you out. Not when 800 people all have the same name. Ahmed Mohammed gets around. That’s why the DHS decided just to throw the rule book right out the window.
“A grant of humanitarian parole allows people otherwise inadmissible to the U.S. to enter the country for a temporary period for urgent humanitarian reasons. During that time, they can complete their applications to change their legal status.” As long as they don’t fly a plane into a tower or something before the deadline expires.
Paratroopers with @Strike_Hold continue to perform their mission with professionalism, discipline, and compassion to facilitate the safe evacuation of U.S. Citizens, Special Immigrant Visa applicants, and other at-risk Afghans pic.twitter.com/B8NaYnkJjX
— All American Division (@82ndABNDiv) August 23, 2021
It’s only temporary
The palace admits that when you grant benefits temporarily, folks get upset when they go away. Like the way liberals have to start paying rent again. “The challenging part for parolees is that they come on this temporary parolee status, and then they have to adjust status.”
Joe Biden is all for it. His handlers told him to give DHS the green light. “The United States will be a leader in these efforts and will look to the international community and to our partners to do the same.”
Sure it will be safe. The CBP will be doing the same fine and professional job they’ve been doing along the southern border.
“Anyone arriving in the United States will have undergone a background check. And we must all work together to resettle thousands of Afghans who ultimately qualify for refugee status.” Those reports of Covid-infested immigrants coughing all over the burger joint weren’t the full story, the DHS claims.
Radical socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was on board before the ship sailed in. Earlier this week, she was throwing her expert opinion around, telling the DHS “to move as quickly as possible and as expansively as possible ensuring that we are raising the amount of refugee visas to whatever amount necessary. I would say the rock bottom is 200,000.”
Well, the palace replied, lets tell them 50,000. We can get away with that then let in as many as they want. So what if 1 in 6,000 is a terrorist? That’s an “insignificant” statistic, they argue.