U.S. To Stop Letting Afghan Refugees Board Evacuation Planes

(PatrioticPost.com)- The Biden White House is insisting that they will be able to evacuate every remaining American from Afghanistan by August 31, even though they can’t confirm how many people are left in the country.

It’s the latest attempt at damage limitation from the Biden administration, which has come under extreme criticism from both sides of the political aisle over its botched withdrawal of U.S. troops from the country.

The White house says that troops have been ordered to only allow people with American citizenship, Green Cards, or some other foreign nationals into Kabul airport to board evacuation flights. However, without any idea just how many Americans are in the country – and with Taliban fighters reportedly blocking Americans from entering the airport – it remains unclear how Biden and his colleagues plan to meet this new deadline.

Afghan translators and fighters who served alongside U.S. troops have are also being processed with Special Immigrant Visas which will allow them to enter the United States.

Most of the flights out of Afghanistan so far have contained Afghan nationals, which is perhaps one of the most egregious parts of this story. Biden has left behind American citizens presumably to avoid criticism over leaving Afghans behind in their own country.

According to the Daily Mail, this Monday there were 20,000 people at the airport awaiting evacuation flights, and a majorityof those people don’t have any paperwork at all.

It means that Europe and the United States could be welcoming in thousands of Jihadists and fake refugees who claim without any evidence that they served with the U.S. military.

While failing to evacuate Americans, Biden has successfully opened up the United States to thousands of people just looking to get a free ride to the United States.

Between last Sunday and this Monday morning, some 10,400 people were flown out of Kabul on 28 U.S.-operated flights, with an average of 371 passengers on each plane. Every one of those plans can hold an average of 600 people.

Why isn’t Biden prioritizing Americans?