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Letter: How are we supposed to trust the Biden administration to vet Afghans?

He has the audacity to tell us that every citizen of Afghanistan being brought to our country is being 'vetted' to make sure no bad people are allowed in. At the same time his administration allows untold numbers of illegal aliens to literally walk into the southern U.S.

Letter to the editor FSA

I just watched President Biden a few hours ago and if his message and the situation was not so pitiful for millions of people he would have been laughable!

He has the audacity to tell us that every citizen of Afghanistan being brought to our country is being 'vetted' to make sure no bad people are allowed in. At the same time his administration allows untold numbers of illegal aliens to literally walk into the southern U.S. (or worse yet, be given bus and airline tickets to aid their travels). This does not count the thousands of undocumented aliens who slip by federal, state and local officials trying to stem the flow of illegals into the U.S.

In the meantime his administration continues to keep our northern border with Canada locked down and today he brags about "vetting" the Afghans who worked hand in hand with our military for the past 20 years.

And the frosting on the cake, Biden leaves equipment worth billions for the Chinese and Russians to analyze and learn our best kept military secrets.

One positive from the Afghanistan debacle is our great national media have actually reported most of the facts, though they totally continue to ignore the illegal aliens flooding our southern border.

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Laughable? No, pitiful!

Mike Connor lives in Devils Lake, N.D.

This letter does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Forum's editorial board nor Forum ownership.

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