Earlier we told you about David Fox, an American who is currently trapped in Afghanistan who has tried multiple times to get into the airport to get a flight out with his family to no avail.

ABC News’ Phil Lipof interviewed David Fox; an American stuck in Kabul with his wife and toddler son. He tried going to the airport and tried getting through the crowds but had no success—a frightening ordeal with his 21-month old son and wife.

He says he plans on waiting until “commercial” flights begin again because the evacuation flights have attracted Afghans who believe they can eventually obtain American citizenship if they can get onto a flight.

He shows a document that the U.S. Embassy consular services department sent to assist Americans and eligible Afghans claiming Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) status. The document looks exactly like an approved VISA document, except there is no name or serial number, making the document easy to copy.

The State Department has caused the stampede on the airport with their dimwitted piece of paper with no name or number. Americans are still stranded and in danger, because the Taliban is now going door-to-door searching for enemies.

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The blank U.S. Visas that were brilliantly sent out by our State Department were received by thousands of Afghans seeking to come to America. It is shocking that the geniuses in the department didn’t anticipate then, that those thousands of blank U.S. Visas might be shared and duplicated hundreds of times. Mr. Fox now claims that even Taliban members have American Visas.

And we were worried about terrorists entering through our open Southern border…

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