REPORT: Sleepy Regime Plans To Send Afghan Migrants To Military Sites Including Fort Bliss And Fort McCoy


The Joe Biden regime’s Department of Defense plans to send Afghan migrants to important U.S. military sites including Texas’ Fort Bliss and Wisconsin’s Fort McCoy. This invasion of the United States is poised to happen using the Special Immigrant Visas program, with up to 30,000 Afghans poised to pour into America. Meanwhile, the Sleepy Joe regime cannot definitively assure America that they will evacuate the Americans stranded in Afghanistan before the end of the month as the brutal Taliban regime takes full control of the desert country and the U.S. occupation flees after 20 years.

“Pentagon confirms to me the Department of Defense is preparing to house thousands of Afghan refugees on American military installations, immediately including Fort McCoy in Wisconsin and Fort Bliss in Texas,” said Fox News’ Jacqui Heinrich. Heinrich quoted documents that said “The situation in Afghanistan may lead to DoS [Department of State] allowing Afghan SIV applicants to be moved to temporary housing locations while still being vetted for parolee status.” Virginia’s Fort Lee is reportedly another destination for the Afghans.

WATCH HERE: I explain the chaos in Afghanistan, which is happening under Sleepy Joe’s drowsy-eyed watch

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