[Ed. – They’re vetting those airlifted out of Afghanistan with as much care as they’re devoted to illegal aliens.]
A man who had been convicted of rape and deported from the U.S. was allowed to board an Afghan evacuation flight and reach America, law enforcement sources say.
Border officials flagged the 47-year-old on his arrival at Washington Dulles International Airport. They appear to be the first to have spotted his criminal and immigration history and derailed his entry.
Heydari is being held at the Caroline Detention Facility in Bowling Green, Virginia, The Washington Times has learned.
“They are bringing far too many people in far too quickly to be able to effectively vet them,” said Ken Cuccinelli, a deputy secretary at Homeland Security in the Trump administration.