A book released this month by investigative reporter Jerry Dunleavy and former Army Captain and Afghanistan veteran James Hasson claims the Biden administration allowed 65 Afghan terrorists into the United States after its chaotic 2021 withdrawal from Afghanistan.

“Sixty-five individuals identified as ‘national security risks’ were granted entry into the U.S. in the 12 months after the withdrawal,” the Daily Mail writes regarding ‘Kabul: The Untold Story of Biden’s Fiasco and the American Warriors Who Fought to the End.’

“This hard-hitting book is the definitive account of the Biden administration’s most disgraceful hour—and the chaos it unleashed in the world,” the book’s description on Amazon reads.

More from the description via Amazon:

America’s chaotic retreat from Afghanistan in 2021 was nothing short of a horror show. Women and children were trampled to death outside the gates of the Kabul airfield. Desperate Afghans fell from the landing gear of departing planes. Taliban fighters mercilessly whipped and humiliated U.S. civilians trying to access the few square miles still controlled by American forces. Countless Afghan interpreters were abandoned to the mercy of the Taliban after risking their lives alongside American troops for years. And thirteen U.S. service members—eleven of whom were still in preschool on 9/11—were murdered in an ISIS suicide bombing that could easily have been prevented.


Still, the full story is worse than anyone imagined. Drawing from hundreds of hours of first-person interviews, investigative reporter Jerry Dunleavy and former Army Captain and Afghanistan veteran James Hasson provide an exclusive, no-holds-barred account of the disastrous events of August 2021. Kabul is packed with shocking and infuriating exclusive details about fatal politics and bureaucracy that contributed to the catastrophe. The authors also tell, for the first time, inspiring stories of the bravery and sacrifices exhibited by countless Americans on the ground.

Kabul’s original reporting includes eyewitness accounts from servicemembers of all ranks who participated the rescue effort, inside information from senior intelligence officials, interviews with high-ranking members of allied governments, harrowing stories from Americans and Afghan allies willfully abandoned by craven officials in Washington, and exclusive details about veteran-led rescue missions that continue to this day. Chapter after chapter, Kabul depicts American government at its worst and “ordinary” Americans at their best.

According to the Daily Mail, the book claims the Biden administration missed two opportunities to prevent the Kabul suicide attack.

Daily Mail provides further info on the ‘national security risks’ allowed into the United States:

The dangerous individuals let into the U.S. included multiple men whose DNA was found on explosives defused by American forces.

Another was a prisoner ‘liberated’ by the Taliban while they were running riot across the war-torn country on the way to Kabul.

Despite assurances the Taliban wouldn’t surge to power and the US-backed Afghan government would hold, the capital toppled as the Western military left.

An Afghan-American interpreter even identified many Taliban fighters on the tarmac, ready to board flights bound for the U.S.

Many were allowed to travel unchecked because of alarming flaws in the vetting process and severe shortages in staff dealing with the roughly 82,000 evacuees taken to the U.S.

Around 70 percent of those who came from Afghanistan were not American citizens, green card holders or under the Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) program, according to a Congressional memo released in the aftermath.

The dangerous suspects took seats on flights meant for U.S. citizens and allies.

Thousands were left behind as the final U.S. soldier left Kabul after 20 years – and many are still trying to get out if they have managed to evade capture by the Taliban.

In related news, a Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) report revealed the Biden administration has provided $2.35 billion to the Taliban since the 2021 withdrawal.

Biden Administration Actively Funding The Taliban?

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