The Biden Administration has failed to meet a “congressionally imposed requirement” on where the Afghanistan evacuation currently stands.
Part of what is being hidden is who was lifted out.
"The Biden admin has failed to meet a congressionally imposed requirement that it share a breakdown of where the Afghanistan evacuation stands, including a detailed listing of whom it airlifted out…The DHS did not respond to a request for comment."https://t.co/G0Vh8tAkfu
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The Biden administration has failed to meet a congressionally imposed requirement that it share a breakdown of where the Afghanistan evacuation stands, including a detailed listing of whom it airlifted out of Kabul, according to a senior Senate Republican.
The continuing resolution, passed by Congress and signed by President Joe Biden on Sept. 30, included language that mandated the Biden administration provide by Nov. 29 details of Operation Allies Welcome, the government’s ongoing evacuation and resettlement initiative. A senior lawmaker on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee told the Washington Examiner that they have not received any information from the government as of Monday, one week past the deadline.
“The Biden administration was required by law to report to Congress by November 30 on the composition and vetting of the Afghan evacuees — including who actually got on our planes and just how many special immigrant visa holders, and others who helped US forces and our allies over the last 20 years were left behind. It has failed to do so,” Sen. Rob Portman, the top Republican on HSGAC, said in a statement.
“The feckless nature of evacuation of Afghans has put our national security at risk, and I am troubled by the administration’s lack of responsibility or accountability on this issue,” Portman said.
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