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Tens of thousands entered US unvetted after Kabul airlift, officials say in memo



NOVEMBER 24, 2021 05:25 PM
BY ANNA GIARITELLI

Almost none of the 82,000 people airlifted from Kabul in August were vetted before being admitted to the United States, despite claims to the contrary from the Biden administration, according to a congressional memo summarizing interviews with federal officials who oversaw the effort at domestic and international military bases.

Senior officials across the departments of Homeland Security, Defense, State, and Justice described a disastrous screening and vetting process in the memo, drafted by Senate Republicans in late October.

The Biden administration failed to vet the information that tens of thousands of Afghans provided through in-person interviews and relied solely on criminal and terrorist databases to flag bad actors, according to the memo — that is, merely screening, rather than vetting, people brought to the U.S.

The administration also brought into the U.S. tens of thousands of Afghans who were not qualified. The large majority of people, approximately 75%, evacuated were not American citizens, green card holders, Afghan Special Immigrant Visa holders, or applicants for the visa, three people familiar with the interviews outlined in the memo told the Washington Examiner.

As of early October, just 700 of the 82,000 admitted into the U.S. were determined to hold Special Immigrant Visas, Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee ranking Republican Rob Portman of Ohio said in a Nov. 4 speech. A Special Immigration Visa, or SIV, is a special classification for foreigners granted permanent residency as a result of aiding the U.S. government during the war on terror.

President Joe Biden and top Cabinet officials repeatedly claimed over the summer and fall that the government was rescuing SIV holders and U.S. allies as the Taliban took over in August.

A senior administration official said more than 40% of the 82,000 who made it to the U.S. were allies, meaning they are eligible for the visa but had not applied. The remaining roughly 60% were not eligible for the visa.

Of the 82,000 U.S. arrivals, 4,920 were U.S. citizens, 3,280 were lawful permanent residents, and the remaining 90%, or 73,800, were Afghan nationals. DHS did not further break down how many of the 73,800 were SIV applicants or ineligible for the visa.

What the Biden administration promised
In setting a deadline to withdraw from Afghanistan, Biden pledged that anyone brought back into the U.S. would be vetted.
“Planes taking off from Kabul are not flying directly to the United States. They’re landing at U.S. military bases and transit centers around the world,” Biden said on Aug. 22. “At these sites where they are landing, we are conducting thorough scrutiny — security screenings for everyone who is not a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident.”

The State Department issued a statement on Aug. 23 backing up Biden’s claim, as did DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas in a hearing before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on Sept. 21.

But the Senate GOP memo and the three people familiar with the interviews told the Washington Examiner that the Biden administration violated long-standing U.S. government policies for handling refugees. The three sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak with the media about what they had seen overseas and in the U.S.

Screening vs. vetting
Refugees are to be screened and vetted before being admitted to the U.S. through an extensive process that includes multiple interrogations. Rather than follow the protocol, the Biden administration instructed federal law enforcement and military officials handling the evacuations and processing to adhere to less stringent standards, according to the memo.

“They created a brand new, out-of-cloth screening process just for this population. And then they told everyone, 'This is what you follow,'” the first source said in a phone call. “DOD was such a heavy part of this, and they follow orders. And so, they're like, ‘OK, here's the checklist. I'll do exactly what the checklist says — no more.’ So, that's how it happened, but it was centrally managed via DHS, the National Security Council, the White House. They said, ‘This is how we're going to do this. And we're going to depart significantly from the standard way of doing screening and vetting as we would in literally any other situation.’”

The term “screening” refers to law enforcement determining a person’s identity through oral statements, government documents, and biometrics, which can include one’s fingerprints and facial scans. Screening also refers to what initial information the law enforcement officer finds about that person when plugging his or her name into a criminal database.
Screening is the initial stage in reviewing a refugee or immigrant’s background. The three people interviewed said Afghan records were not comprehensive and made U.S. screening efforts difficult. The next step is vetting, a critical part of the process that was overlooked over and over again, sources said. Vetting refers to the in-person interview by a federal official who determines if the evacuee is who he or she claims to be and whether the person poses a national security risk to the U.S.

Vetting refugees and immigrants became an admission requirement after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, but it was dropped in the case of the Afghan refugees, the memo and three officials stated.

The DHS and White House National Security Council disagreed with how the term "vetting" is defined in this article. DHS did not provide an official government definition for "vetting."

“As with any population entering the United States, DHS, in coordination with interagency vetting partners, takes multiple steps to ensure that those seeking entry do not pose a national security or public safety risk," a DHS spokesman wrote in an email.

"The rigorous, multi-layered screening and vetting process involves biometric and biographic screenings conducted by intelligence, law enforcement, and counterterrorism professionals from DHS and DOD, as well as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), and additional intelligence community partners. This process includes reviewing fingerprints, photos, and biographic data for every single Afghan before they are cleared to travel to the United States.”

The second source said a better option than what the Biden administration did would have been sending all of the evacuees to somewhere like Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo.

“They didn't want to have a third-party location to treat them like refugees because they didn't want to have to admit that even that evacuation was kind of a failure,” the same person said. “They wanted to treat them all like SIV so that way, you can get them out of sight, out of mind and not have to actually process them as refugees and admit that even your evacuation that you're taking credit for was kind of messed up.”

Missing vetting
While the Afghans were screened against the U.S. databases, criminal background or terrorism affiliations in Afghanistan likely did not come up when cross-checked against the U.S. database because not a significant amount of information was in the system compared to what is known about U.S. residents. Because only those flagged by the system were later vetted, the large majority of the 82,000 were not vetted.

Vetting interviews “were only conducted for evacuees who had derogatory information associated with their biometrics or phone records,” the memo states.

“If someone from Afghanistan were to present themselves at our southern border, which in and of itself is a disaster, they would be flagged for further follow-up and have an interview,” the third source said. “Unfortunately, in this new system that they set up specifically for this population, the majority of these folks did not get any sort of in-person interview.”

“They didn't even really try to do any vetting,” the first person said, adding that it was not because DHS did not have qualified people to do the vetting. “We have agents and [Homeland Security Investigations]. There are people who could have worked on this, and it would have been hard and it would have taken hours and days. But they didn't even try — they just assumed a big risk because it would be less work.”

Despite the initial screening, the U.S. government is already aware of 10 instances in which Afghans who should not have been allowed in were not vetted and were flown to the U.S.

“There are at least 10 evacuees who made it past all this screening into the United States prior to the national security concerns being raised and causing them currently to be detained in federal facilities as a national security threat. That’s 10. We don’t know how many more there are,” Portman said in a floor speech on Nov. 4.

In one case, a 20-year-old Afghan man at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin was charged in federal court in September with a slew of sexual assault charges against a minor under 16 years of age.

No identification documents, no training in ID fraud
Many of the Afghans who came off the planes from Afghanistan, arriving at the Ramstein Air Base in Germany and the Naval Station Rota in Spain, had no identification documents.

“Afghans without any identification or records were approved for travel to the United States as long as their fingerprints or other biometrics were not already in a U.S. Government database and connected to derogatory information (e.g., a known terrorist, terrorist affiliate, or criminal),” the memo states. “Federal officials relayed that few Afghans know their birthday, which has resulted in a number of evacuees’ date of birth logged as January 1.”

Some Afghans told DHS officials that they did not have documents because they had not wanted the Taliban to see their papers at checkpoints. The first official said DHS accepted whoever those without documents claimed to be. Federal officials did not list in the memo how many people did not provide identification documents. Other federal officials said in the memo that those screening the Afghans had no training in how to spot fake identification documents from Afghanistan.
“They're not experts in Afghan identifications. And so, whether you had one or didn't have one or you had one and it was fraudulent, it was fake, none of that — it didn’t matter,” the first source said.

U.S. officials created new records for Afghans who did not provide any identification documents based on what the individuals claimed. Records were input into the Department of Defense Automated Biometric Identification System and the DHS equivalent, known as IDENT. DHS maintained that the "vast majority of evacuees present some form of identification or documentation demonstrating their identity" but did not provide numbers.

"All evacuees are screened using an inter-agency vetting process regardless of identification. This encompasses screenings by various agencies and across the interagency and extends beyond reliance on any specific documentation presented by evacuees," a DHS spokesman wrote in an email. "Evacuees without identification go through this same process and provide additional identifying information to ensure appropriate screening."

The senior administration official did not deny previous media reports that hundreds of Afghans had been referred to Kosovo for additional screening. It is not clear how many were ultimately barred from traveling to the U.S. or if they were later permitted to do so.

Communications breakdown between domestic and international screeners
A major breakdown in communication between domestic and international screeners occurred over who was vetting the Afghans, and ultimately, neither group vetted them. The memo states that one federal official who worked at the Rota site believed security vetting occurred when evacuees arrived in the U.S. However, a federal official at the Fort Lee evacuee housing site in Virginia was under the impression that vetting took place before travel to the U.S., the memo states.

“There was just an absolute breakdown of any kind of coordinated homeland security approach,” said the second person. “Everyone assumed, even the career people whose jobs it is to keep us safe, we all assumed it was happening.”

“The domestic folks thought it was happening internationally, while the international folks thought it was happening domestically,” said the third person. “It was clear that there just wasn't the open communication about something as important as this.”

The lack of vetting was especially concerning to the third person given that the Taliban controlled the roads in Kabul and themselves determined who would be allowed through their checkpoints to get to the airport for evacuation.

“The folks that are going to have the easiest time getting through these checkpoints are folks that are known quantities to the Taliban who are not going to be folks that are on our side. So, the idea that everyone thought this was happening, but no one was communicating to make sure that it was, was just very, very concerning,” the same person said.

All arriving Afghans flew into Dulles International Airport outside Washington, where DHS’s Customs and Border Protection officers looked over their documents.

"If someone fails these checks while they are still overseas, they will not be permitted to board a flight to the United States," a senior administration official wrote in an email, defending CBP's screenings. "An additional inspection is conducted when each Afghan arrives at a U.S. port of entry, and a secondary inspection is conducted as the circumstances require. If, upon landing in the United States, further security vetting at the Port of Entry raises a concern about a person, CBP has the authority to not grant them entry into the United States."

The three sources said CBP officers at Dulles reverified the information they had been provided when Afghans deplaned, but they did not vet anyone in a new way.

“If there were no flags, they were immediately paroled into the United States for two years,” the memo states.

The only parole conditions that must be met before leaving the U.S. military bases are receiving vaccinations for the measles and the coronavirus and agreeing to update DHS with any change of address within 10 days. As of late October, approximately 2,000 people had departed.

U.S. officials overseas and at domestic bases were told not to inquire with the Afghans who did not have Special Immigrant Visas about whether they had worked for the U.S. or an ally during the war, despite Biden’s vow the U.S. was only rescuing allies. U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents were subject to less screening than the Afghans, and no vetting. In one incident, a man who had been deported from the U.S. by Immigration and Customs Enforcement and joined the evacuees fleeing Afghanistan was admitted into the U.S. from Afghanistan and only caught later once in the country.

REAL ID
Amid the chaotic withdrawal of U.S. troops and evacuation effort, Congress passed in September a continuing resolution that gave all Afghan evacuees immediate eligibility to get a REAL ID. REAL ID was created at the recommendation of the 9/11 Commission in the aftermath of the 2001 terrorist attacks as a way to enhance security on commercial flights and in federal facilities by coming up with an ID card that would be the gold standard for ID cards nationwide. REAL ID is supposed to be issued only to Americans or lawful permanent residents with a Social Security number, proof of identity, and two proofs of residency.

The Democratic effort to pass that exception ensured that Afghans would not have to go through vetting in the U.S.
“It gives a stamp of legitimacy to a process that is not legitimate,” the first official said. “These are people that either could have potentially have had a fraudulent ID when they presented it to them because they weren't trained to know what fraud looks like, or it could be someone that had no ID and, either way, reinforcing potentially false identities.”
TLDR:


Despite claiming to have screened and vetted the 82,000 Afghan evacuees who were admitted to the US, a confidential congressional report leaked to @dcexaminer reveals US officials skirted the in-person interviews, leaving virtually all unvetted
 

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Tens of thousands entered US unvetted after Kabul airlift, officials say in memo





TLDR:


Despite claiming to have screened and vetted the 82,000 Afghan evacuees who were admitted to the US, a confidential congressional report leaked to @dcexaminer reveals US officials skirted the in-person interviews, leaving virtually all unvetted
Expect an uptick in terrorist attacks in USA due to the number of ISIS infiltrators mixed in with evacuees.
 

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IT BEGINS.

Afghan ‘refugee’ shot dead in San Fran… Screams Allahu Akbar while charging police with knife…


Posted by Kane on November 27, 2021 6:18 pm

A former Afghan interpreter resettled in California by the federal government was shot and killed last week after charging San Francisco police with a butcher knife and chanting “Allahu Akbar.”

In bodycam footage, 41-year old Ajmal Amani can be seen rushing two police officers with a knife at a residential hotel in south San Francisco. The Afghan citizen can be clearly heard yelling the Islamist phrase in the bodycam, a development that suggests a terrorist motive in the attack.

Watch footage of the shooting here, which occurred after hotel guests and employees reported being threatened by Amani with the knife. “As Mr. Amani closed the distance, officer 1 and officer 2 fired their respective weapons, striking Mr. Amani. Mr. Amani fell to the ground with the knife nearby him,” a San Francisco Police Department spokesman said of the shooting.

Also:

 
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Eh, to be fair sometimes the problem is they adapt a bit TOO well. Because honestly I'm kinda hesitant to say Twitters new CEO got the values he is displaying from India as opposed to having just assimilated into Silicon Valley.

Might be just the Indian in me talking but I REALLY hope this guy is more a California creation than an Indian one. Same with the Apple CEO and the US VP.
 
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I know exactly what the old-school cardinals and bishops would have done with Francie-boy if they lived to witness him...
Modern Society as whole, Francis is just the manifestation in the Church after decades of rot. I'm not even Catholic and it pains me to see it, given the great history and legacy of the Catholic Church.
 

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I'm on board with a virtual shut down of immigration ONCE we get back to our societal roots. Need a good decade or two to really help every one assimilate properly.
 

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I'm on board with a virtual shut down of immigration ONCE we get back to our societal roots. Need a good decade or two to really help every one assimilate properly.
I’d do it the other way around; shut down immigration more or less, then focus on getting back to our cultural roots. Otherwise, it’s like trying to bail out a boat before plugging the hole.
 

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Fair Point, but I don't know that we get enough votes to even do it until we shift our basic belief in what our country needs to be AWAY from Leftisms.
 

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Related, given Biden's weak as hell border.

Mexican nationals accused of kidnapping 9, murdering 6, including 3 U.S. citizens

Six Mexican nationals are accused of kidnapping nine people and murdering six of them, including three U.S. citizens, authorities said Tuesday.

The group, based in Tijuana, Mexico, was in the custody of Mexican authorities and faces charges there, the U.S. Attorney's Office for Central California said in a news release.

It wasn’t immediately clear where they are being held or what they are accused of in Mexico.

A spokesman for the federal prosecutor’s office in California declined to say whether they will be brought to the U.S.

The group is accused in the U.S. of operating a kidnapping gang for four months last year that often lured victims to meetings under false pretenses, then held them at gunpoint and brutally beat them, the release said.

After victims were assaulted, the group called relatives and demanded money or cars in exchange for their release. Victims were killed if the ransom wasn’t paid, the release said.

The group is also accused of killing victims despite receiving a ransom payment to protect the alleged "conspiracy," authorities said.

A federal grand jury indicted the group on charges of conspiracy to commit hostage taking resulting in death, conspiracy to commit extortion and other crimes.

In one case, after a U.S. citizen from Southern California was alleged to have been kidnapped as he was visiting a relative in Tijuana on April 11, the gang demanded $25,000 for his release, the release said.

After his mother offered $1,000 and her son's car, the group murdered him, authorities allege. His body was found in Mexico the next day, according to the release.

None of the victims were identified.

In another case in April, a Pasadena woman told authorities that the group demanded $20,000 in exchange for the release of a relative. Mexican authorities found the victim alive at a Tijuana hotel. It was unclear whether the ransom was paid.

Authorities identified the man they say is the gang's ringleader as German Garcia Yera Hernandez, 37.

The others who were indicted are Gilberto Omar Avila Lopez, 27; Aylin Estrada Reyes, 24; Joel Eduardo Mascorro Delgado, 22; Victoria Camila Espinoza Ballardo, 22; and Oscar Bautista Valencia, 30.
 
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Exclusive: DeSantis Will Issue Emergency Order Barring State Licenses for Florida Facilities that House Illegal Alien Children from Biden Border Crisis


Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis will take a major step on Friday morning to stop the influx of illegal aliens claiming to be unaccompanied children into his state thanks to Democrat President Joe Biden’s secret nighttime flights, Breitbart News has learned exclusively from the governor’s team.

DeSantis’s administration, through the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF), will issue what is called an “emergency order” blocking the issuance or renewal of state licenses to DCF facilities throughout the state of Florida if any of those facilities are currently housing illegal migrant children — or illegal migrants claiming to be children — that the Biden administration flew into Florida.

DeSantis will appear in Jacksonville on Friday morning at a press conference to announce the new order as well, and the governor’s office conveyed to Breitbart News just how significant of a development this policy represents.

“The mission of the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF) is to protect the health, safety, and well-being of Floridians, especially children,” DeSantis spokeswoman Christina Pushaw told Breitbart News on Thursday evening. “To this end, DCF licenses facilities that house children whose families are unable to care for them. As a state agency, DCF serves the people of Florida. Diverting resources away from kids in need in Florida, to illegal aliens being smuggled here by the Biden Administration for clandestine resettlement, does not serve the people of our state. Under the new emergency rule, the federal government’s resettlement of illegal aliens (unaccompanied minors) from outside Florida does not constitute ‘evidence of need’ as required for issuance or renewal of a state license for a child-care facility. Therefore, no licenses shall be issued or renewed with respect to any child-care agency that provides services to illegal aliens transported to Florida from outside our state.”

This emergency order is the next step after an executive order DeSantis signed at the end of September outlining steps he was taking to protect Floridians from illegal migration and the effects of it. In section 8 of that executive order, DeSantis ordered DCF to begin investigating this matter and to develop plans on how to stop what Biden is doing. Now, DCF is rolling this new rule out just after one of the migrants Biden brought in who claimed to be a child but was actually an adult allegedly murdered a Florida man. He allegedly stabbed the man to death after Biden’s team placed the 24-year-old migrant, who claimed he was 17, with a father of four in Jacksonville.

What’s more, these licensed DCF facilities in question are supposed to care for displaced Florida children who do not have parents or legal guardians, but Biden’s open border policies have perverted their purpose to be used to house and care for unaccompanied, underage illegal alien children. So, now, such facilities will not be able to operate under this emergency order if they are housing illegal alien children that Biden sent there — and will lose their licenses.

“We hope this action will serve as a deterrent to the Biden Administration’s massive human-smuggling operation, while protecting Florida’s most vulnerable kids,” Pushaw, DeSantis’s spokeswoman, told Breitbart News. “Governor DeSantis will continue to use his lawful authority to stand up for Floridians in the face of the Biden Administration’s dereliction of its duty to enforce our country’s immigration laws.”

This massive escalation between the DeSantis and the Biden administrations when it comes to migrants comes as the Biden team had ended former President Donald Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policies, welcoming millions of illegal aliens to stream across the border — including many children or migrants who claim to be children. Instead of keeping prospective asylum seekers or other unaccompanied children in Mexico while they await their cases to be adjudicated by immigration judges, as Trump did, Biden has restarted and accelerated the failed “Catch and Release” policies from the Barack Obama presidency. As part of releasing these migrants into the United States, Biden’s team has arranged for secret nighttime flights across America to resettle them in cities and towns nationwide.

“With destinations like Chicago, Denver, Minneapolis, New York City, Yakima, Wash., and Harrisburg, Pa., U.S. government-contracted planes transport migrants from the border and into the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) field offices around the country. These migrants are often later released from these destinations,” Fox News reported in September. “These flights are made by iAero Airways, which is a major government contractor. The airline also transports migrants around the country in the custody of Customs and Border Protection (CBP), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for children. The migrants released into the U.S. after taking these flights add up to at least tens of thousands of individuals.”

DeSantis’s team told Breitbart News that the governor and his staff have been able to identify at least 70 such secret nighttime flights the Biden administration arranged filled with migrants that have landed this year in Jacksonville alone — and that it is unclear just how many such flights have touched down in Florida since Biden flung the southern border open. Biden and his administration do not inform the governor or local law enforcement of these flights, so the governor and his team rely on local sources for information around the state. The flights land in low traffic areas of airports secretly in the middle of the night and contain anywhere from 30 or so migrants to as many as more than a hundred on some flights.

Similar flights have been landing all across America, too, including in New York where the New York Post estimated in an October piece that between August 2021 and that piece’s publication date the secret flights brought as many as 2,000 or more migrant children into the New York City area at the Westchester County Airport.

One illegal migrant who was actually a 24-year-old man but posed as a child to get into America and was flown courtesy of the Biden administration to Jacksonville, Florida, is now in jail awaiting trial after being arraigned on murder charges for allegedly stabbing to death the man who opened his home to the young man.

That 24-year-old migrant, Yery Noel Medina Ulloa, posed as a 17-year-old to get into America and onto a plane courtesy of Biden’s Department of Health and Human Services to Jacksonville, where he later, according to police, stabbed Francisco Javier Cuellar, a 46-year-old father of four who took in Ulloa after Ulloa used a false identity to claim he was a child.

Ulloa allegedly attempted to cross the border in March of this year but was turned back by authorities. He tried again in May 2021, using a fake name and identity in which he claimed he was 17 years old instead of 24 — and was, thanks to Biden’s open borders policies, able to slip past detection and vetting and get into the United States. When he was first arrested for the murder, Ulloa even gave that same fake identity to police in Jacksonville, but officials later discovered his true identity and he was arraigned on the murder charges on November 4.

It is unclear how many more potential murderers or other potential criminals — and unclear how many adults posing as teenagers — Biden and his administration have resettled in Florida and elsewhere around America for that matter. DeSantis has been aggressive in asking for the Biden administration to answer questions about this and has formally requested that they cease this practice immediately. Biden has, according to some reports, by the end of October, already released more than half a million illegal aliens into the U.S. interior this year alone.

“While Floridians are working to ensure that criminal aliens are not released back into our communities, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) appears to be hard at work resettling ever larger numbers of illegal aliens who have no lawful status under federal immigration law from the southwest border to Florida,” DeSantis wrote in an August 26 letter to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. “I ask that DHS immediately cease any further resettlement of illegal aliens in Florida and that the aliens instead be removed from the United States or resettled in states that support the administration’s continued flouting of our immigration laws.”

Later in the letter, DeSantis noted he was under “no illusion” that Mayorkas and Biden would “voluntarily” stop flying migrants into Florida — and so he demanded the administration at least provide state and local officials with critical details about the illegal aliens the Biden team is resettling in Florida. That information includes the number of such illegal aliens, each of their names and the addresses at which they are being resettled, and the names and addresses of any of their sponsors hosting them. DeSantis asked for the dates and locations of each of these illegal aliens’ removal proceedings, any criminal record history, and for any coronavirus pandemic testing data and information on them, among other critical details.

The Biden team has thus far provided none of this. If the Biden administration begins formally cooperating with law enforcement and state and local officials in Florida, the new DCF emergency order that DeSantis is rolling out on Friday morning will allow for licensure of DCF facilities under the proper legal framework — but until then, Biden’s migrant crisis will cause any facilities housing such illegal aliens to lose their ability to operate.

“The rule does provide that a license might be granted for a state facility housing unaccompanied minors only if the State of Florida and the federal government were to enter a cooperative agreement requiring the Biden Administration to consult with Florida’s state government in advance of any resettlement operation,” Pushaw, the governor’s spokeswoman, told Breitbart News. “Given the level of secrecy and refusal to share information about illegal alien resettlement that we have experienced thus far from the Biden Administration, it is fair to assume that such an agreement would be very unlikely. Moreover, the State of Florida has no obligation to enter or renew any agreement with the U.S. Government to allow resettlement of unaccompanied minors in Florida.”
 
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It's a false dichotomy as well. Either man is a blank slate or entirely instinct driven to these people. How about a man can be more than the sum of his parts, but those parts are very much there?

a man can be more than the sum of his parts but he has to be willing to first. Seriously cut out all of the governemt handouts and most of these people will go away. the people left still migrating would be people whom actually want to be part of the American dream.
 

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a man can be more than the sum of his parts but he has to be willing to first. Seriously cut out all of the governemt handouts and most of these people will go away. the people left still migrating would be people whom actually want to be part of the American dream.
here, here!
 
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