Federal Government Releases Known-Terrorists

(RoyalPatriot.com )- A Project Veritas investigation has discovered that some individuals who entered the United States during the Biden Administration’s bungled pullout from Afghanistan are national security concerns. The records were obtained from a federal source and published by the organization.

After being permitted to the country and given employment visas, many persons are now in the United States, including some who are classified as Tier 1 Armed and Dangerous (due to their use of firearms or explosives).

Veritas founder James O’Keefe stated in a video posted on their website that a source within the Federal Government has come forward to reveal that known terrorists are roaming freely in the United States. This happened following the Biden administration’s botched exit strategy from Afghanistan and subsequent initiatives launched by the Department of Homeland Security [DHS] to shelter fleeing refugees, known as Operation Allies Welcome.

Project Veritas claims that they have independently checked and verified the records of persons who have entered the United States from Afghanistan even though they are known threats to society. They are on the Department of Homeland Security’s threat watchlist.

Although several of these men have been charged with murder or are known terrorists, they have been granted work permits in the United States.

Many examples, according to O’Keefe, constitute a threat to national security, which he believes begs the question of how this can be occurring.

During a video interview, Ur Jaddou, Director of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, expresses her pride in receiving thousands of Afghan “allies” who have entered the United States and been granted work authorizations. Even though the refugee system in the United States is praised for its “security,” In total, over 84,000 Afghan refugees have entered the United States as a result of Operation Allies Welcome, according to the organization. Our government agencies are aware of the problem but appear to place a higher priority on expedited screening than on Americans’ safety, adding that additional information would be released soon.