Assessment: As for numbers, Kahl said the following were evacuated:
- About 2,000 embassy personnel
- 2,004 NATO citizens
- 5,530 Americans
- 3,335 third-country nationals
- 2,496 people with Special Immigrants Visas
- 44,874 on non U.S. aircraft
- 64,052 “at risk” Afghans
Kahl said 84 percent were Afghans “at risk of various kinds.”
The Afghan “refugee” suspected of raping of a young woman in Montana might well have been there on a direct order from President Joe Biden.
As the United States pulled out of Afghanistan in September, Biden personally told the American ambassador to Afghanistan, Ross Wilson, to send unvetted Afghans to the United States, Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) revealed yesterday.
During a hearing of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Hawley read an e-mail from Gregory Floyd, consul general at the embassy, which said to “err on the side of excess” and pack the planes until the fuselage rivets burst. The Missouri Republican revealed the e-mail during questions for committee witness Colin Kahl, the undersecretary of defense for policy.
Kahl detailed the six categories of individuals Biden evacuated, the smallest group of whom were American citizens and embassy employees. Almost 85 percent were Afghans “at risk.”
Now those unvetted Afghans are causing problems. Aside from the rape suspect in Montana, Afghans planted at U.S. military bases have been accused of child molestation and domestic abuse. They also arrived with child brides.
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