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Germans coined a word for Muslims migrants from Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan and nearby countries.  They termed them "rapefugees" due to the high number of sexual assaults they have been committing, not just in Germany but in other European countries as well.

Now thanks to the inept Biden withdrawal from Afghanistan and no vetting prior to putting them on airplanes, many of these rapefugees have been brought to the US. Already one of those put on an evacuation flight has been identified in the US as an illegal alien deported under President Trump after serving a sentence on a rape convictions.  Other convicted and deported sex criminals have been found on evacuation flights operated by Sweden and Germany.  France has announced finding 5 who were on terrorist watch lists and there are reports of even larger numbers of potential terrorists whose names are on watch lists airlifted out to the US.

Many put on evacuation flights to the US, the UK, and elsewhere had no papers at all, so it is hard to determine who they really are or what background they may be hiding. This is all due to the chaotic way the Biden regime handled the evacuation.

Biden brought 122,000 people out on evacuation flights, only 5.400 of whom were Americans and 7,000 SIV's (Afghans who helped the US and its allies).  So who are the other 110,000 and how well have they been vetted?  If at all?  And what can we now do with the criminals or terrorists among them?



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( September 1st, 2021 @ 7:38 am )
Like the 2015 Muslim influx into Europe, it was mostly young men in the Afghan airlift out, often leaving wives and children behind. This is a recipe for the rapefugee situation. www.breitbart.com In Europe, rape victims have included elderly women and both male and female young children sexually assaulted by Muslim migrants. One remembers for example, the brutal rape of a 12 year old boy at a swimming pool in Austria by a Muslim migrant who then casually went back to swimming, telling police when they arrived that he had a "sexual emergency" because he had not had sex in a number of months and did not know the young child did not consent because he did not understand German.

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