President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is admitting that Afghans “flagged for concern” have sought to enter the United States following the administration’s evacuation of Afghanistan.
This week, after multiple reports of such national security concerns with Biden’s massive resettlement operation, top DHS officials leading the plan said Afghans flagged by federal agencies have tried to come to the U.S.
CBS News reports:
Among the over 100,000 Afghans who hastily left Afghanistan during the U.S. military’s mass evacuation of the country in August, federal authorities encountered “a very small number of individuals who’ve been flagged for concern” at transfer point locations such as Doha, Qatar, according to Keri Brady, the assistant director of the Custom and Border Protection’s National Targeting Center. [Emphasis added]
It remains unclear what these concerns are, how serious they are or where these individuals are being redirected. The Department of Homeland Security