The Biden administration is covering up its final crime in Afghanistan. Writes Daniel Greenfield.
After Biden evacuated tens of thousands of Afghan “translators”, refugee resettlement groups are desperately looking for translators to translate to the translators.
Why do Afghan translators, who were supposed to translate from English to their native language, need help from translators?
It’s because they’re not translators.
In the last two years, FrontPage Magazine ran multiple articles like How the ‘Interpreter’ Scam Brought 75,000 Iraqis and Afghans to America and ‘Saving Afghan Interpreters’ is a Scam That Would Bring 100,000 Afghans to the U. S, exposing the “translator” scam. Now tens of thousands of Afghans are arriving in this country, and they need translators because they don’t speak English.
As I previously pointed out, there were more Afghan “translators” applying for visas than American soldiers to translate for. But the vast majority of SIV visa applicants were never translators. The number of actual translators, Afghans embedded with U.S. forces who risked their lives by working in the field, was minuscule and was its special category.
But by the end, almost any Afghan who worked for any U.S. organization could apply for a visa.
Biden’s disastrous Afghanistan retreat made that existing scam so much worse because he didn’t evacuate the approved SIV visa holders who might have worked for the U.S.
State Department sources have said that the majority of SIVs were left behind.
The Biden administration claims to have evacuated 124,000 people, of them only 5,500 Americans, from Afghanistan. 60,000 have been brought into the United States. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas admitted that only 1,800 are SIV holders, another 8,000 are citizens or have green cards.
That leaves over 50,000 Afghans who were just brought here with no legal basis.
And there are tens of thousands of “evacuated” Afghans who might still be brought here.
According to Mayorkas, the “balance of that population are individuals whose applications have not yet been processed for approval who may qualify as SIVs and have not yet applied, who qualify or would qualify—I should say—as P-1 or P-2 refugees who have been employed by the United States government in Afghanistan and are otherwise vulnerable Afghan nationals, such as journalists, human rights advocates, etc.”
Mayorkas describes bringing a whole lot of people who “might” qualify as SIVs if they were to apply for them, who “would” qualify for P-1 and P-2 visas: categories that took the existing translator scam and turned it into a free-for-all and allowed virtually anyone to qualify.
The Biden administration evacuated all these planeloads of “journalists” and “human rights advocates” who immediately began sexually assaulting some of the girls they were trafficking.
Two Afghan refugees at Fort McCoy have already been charged, one for sexually assaulting two minors and another for beating his wife, who alleged that he “beat me many times in Afghanistan to the point I lost vision in both eyes.”
The wife also told a translator “that nine women have been killed since getting to Fort McCoy and that she would be the tenth.” There’s been no confirmation of this, but even well before these two criminal cases, anonymous officials at Fort McCoy were warning that “older men were admitted together with young girls they claimed as ‘brides’ or otherwise sexually abused.”
That’s strange behaviour for “human rights activists”.
The human rights activists that the United States funded in Kabul were largely middle-aged women who didn’t wear burkas. We’ve seen and heard almost nothing from any of them at Fort McCoy or anywhere else in the resettlement system. Some have remained in Afghanistan and are risking their lives by courageously organizing protests against the Taliban.
They’re not raping children in Wisconsin.
The Afghan evacuees lean heavily toward “military age males” and older men with young girls. The women in those families that have come through tend to wear burkas and appear fearful.
Whoever the hell these people are, they’re not “human rights activists” and “journalists”.
Nor are they translators since most of them need translators, and few have SIV visas.
The question no one asked Mayorkas is why the vast majority of SIV visa holders never got on board those planes, but people who he thinks “might” qualify did.
What process could have possibly resulted in such a strange outcome?
The answer comes in two damning parts.
Kabul embassy personnel had tainted the pool of applicants by sending out “electronic credentials”. State Department officials claimed that the applicants widely distributed the passes and that soon everyone had them and was demanding access to the airport.
“Within an hour, everyone in the crowd had that pass,” a senior official claimed.
He noted that “every credential we tried to provide electronically was immediately disseminated to the widest possible pool,”
And while that might explain why many people showed up who weren’t qualified but were waving credentials, it doesn’t explain why so few of those who were qualified made it into the airport and onto a plane. The only explanation is that they were deliberately kept out.
The Biden administration outsourced security to the Taliban, which passed it along to checkpoints manned by the Haqqani Network, allied with Al Qaeda. Biden officials provided the Taliban and Haqqanis with lists of qualified people they were supposed to admit.
And yet, the Taliban repeatedly prevented some Afghans from getting to the airport while allowing others to make it through. They did so regardless of the official credentials.
The media reported on this behaviour but treated it as random sadism or malice. It’s not.
The Taliban were experts at cashing in on the American presence in Afghanistan. At one point, the Jihadis were making more money from “taxing” contractors working for us than they did from opium. There was no chance that the Taliban would leave all the money to be made from providing access to the evacuation flights on the table. And there’s no reason to think they did.
An Australian Financial Review columnist reported that “Taliban fighters are allowing people to pass through if they pay thousands of dollars in bribes.”
That was likely only the tip of the iceberg.
The distribution of electronic credentials was deliberately tainted in the pipeline. The Taliban controlled access to the Kabul airport to keep out legitimate SIV visa holders while allowing the tens of thousands of Afghans who were illegitimately evacuated to bribe their way in.
This wasn’t an evacuation: it was a massive Taliban human trafficking scheme.
The Taliban didn’t just cash in on all the reconstruction projects and the weapons left behind. They undoubtedly made a fortune from every seat in Biden’s Kabul airlift.
Now that tens of thousands of Afghans are here, they won’t be leaving. They can’t be deported and whether or not the “parolees” qualify for an SIV or P-2 visa is a mere technicality.
The truly explosive question is whether the Taliban just cashed in on the usual corruption in Afghanistan, or if they got any Al Qaeda or ISIS terrorists into the evacuation pipeline?
Did any of the Taliban grab the chance to get their family members into the airport?
Sources have said that 0.5% of Afghan evacuees have been flagged for terror ties. That’s a high percentage for “translators” and “human rights activists”. Some of the flags were reportedly triggered by terrorist family ties. In a tribal and clan society, Taliban and Al Qaeda family members are extremely unlikely working as translators or human rights activists.
Beyond just getting family members into the evacuation pipeline, did the Taliban get actual terrorists into the United States? Probably, but it’ll take us years and bodies to find out.
Biden and his administration had treated the Kabul airlift as a massive triumph when it was the final act of a disaster that has brought rapists and terrorists to America.
The “translators” need translators, children are sexually assaulted, and women are beaten before the refugees leave Fort McCoy. Afterwards, things will get much worse.
Untold billions in taxpayer money will be squandered on resettling the beneficiaries of the Taliban’s human trafficking scheme. The Afghans will be signed up for every possible welfare program. A fortune will be spent just on translating for the “translators” at resettlement agencies, government agencies, schools, hospitals, and the local police.
More money will be spent on dealing with their abuses through the criminal justice system.
The SIV holders and their families who were left behind in Afghanistan but who eventually managed to make it over here will also have to be resettled, doubling our refugee load.
And then the terrorist plots will begin.
The Kabul airlift wasn’t heroic: it was a bleak farce in which the Biden administration allowed the Taliban to select who got on the planes. And then it’s shocked that the Afghans whom the Taliban chose are not the SIV visa recipients that were on the list, but a whole other crowd.
It will take us decades to discover exactly who are the Afghans that Biden brought to America.
The Biden administration will cling to the myth of its heroic airlift by retroactively legitimizing the tens of thousands of Afghans to cover up the final instalment of its humiliating disaster. And the Taliban, once again, will have the last laugh as their human trafficking scheme pays off.
Human trafficking isn’t only for Mexican cartels. The Taliban likely made a fortune trafficking rapists and terrorists, and anyone who could pay, to Kabul airport. The old men raping young girls, the military-age men scowling at the camera, and all the best of Afghanistan is here now.
And the Biden administration will cover up its final crime in Afghanistan.
(The writer is a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism)
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