New Project Veritas Report Reveals Homeland Security Nightmare

New Project Veritas Report Reveals Homeland Security Nightmare

Thanks to its growing network of informants within the federal government, has corroborated the allegations that known terrorists are roaming free within the United States following President Biden’s disastrous withdrawal from .

Documents acquired by Project Veritas show that known terrorists used well-meaning initiatives meant to harbor vulnerable Afghan refugees.

Some are on the government’s terror watchlist, created after 9/11 to (ostensibly) strengthen screening procedures.

The crimes they’re accused of include using explosive devices and murder.


As Project Veritas reports:

Project Veritas independently confirmed and verified the records of some of these individuals, but according to the Federal Government source, there are numerous such cases. Project Veritas published redacted government records of some of these suspected terrorists who are living throughout the United States, including Washington D.C.

After being taken off the Terrorist Watchlist, Ismael Jurat arrived in the U.S. on August 31, 2021, and was re-added less than a month later under the “Tier 1” threat level under a code called “Category 15” which is classified as “Armed and Dangerous” for having “used Explosives/Arms.” Since then, his work visa has been approved and records indicate he is currently living in California.

Anwarallhaq Wahidi is also classified as a “Category 15” threat by the for having “used explosives/arms.” He was only added to the Terrorist Watchlist on October 17, 2021, after already being admitted into the U.S. under Operation Allies Welcome. 10 days later, his 2-year work visa was approved.

Despite being flagged by DHS, because he “has engaged or is likely to engage in an unspecified violent terrorist act,” Nazir Ahmad Rahimi entered the U.S. on August 24, 2021. Despite being apprehended by ICE while in the U.S., he is yet to be deported and his last known address is in our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C.

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