Afghan Refugee Biden Wanted In America Sent Back After Sexually Abusing 3-Year-Old

One of the nearly 100,000 Afghan refugees brought into the country as part of Joe Biden’s resettlement scheme has been deported back to Afganistan after he was founded to have sexually abused a 3-year-old girl.

Pedophile rapist Tariq Mohammed Intezar is a 25-year-old man from Afghanistan who, until his conviction, was considered a refugee by the Biden White House.

He was resettled in Virginia after arriving in the United States at Dulles International Airport on September 8, 2021, Breitbart News reports. He, like many under Biden’s watch, was granted something called “humanitarian parole” and allowed to remain in the United States indefinitely.

That was until he was “convicted of abusive sexual contact with a three-year-old girl in Virginia” then sentenced to 12 months in prison followed by five years of supervised police.

Rather allowing Intezar to serve his time in the United States prison system, the federal government intervened to restore his freedom, though neither in the United States nor Afghanistan.

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Apparently, the outlet reported, “Intezar has been in deportation proceedings” for months and “was ordered deported” in September, only months after his July conviction and just one year after Intezar began his new life in the United States.

Taliban-controlled Afghanistan refused to take him back, however. Instead, ICE agents were forced to deport the refugee-turned-pedophile rapist Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.

Though the cost of bringing tens of thousands of Afghans into the country remains incalculable, Democrats in the U.S. Senate spent much of December pushing legislation that would allow more of them to remain in the United States indefinitely.

The Democrat-backed Afghan Adjustment Act would give permanent residency to all Afghanistan citizens who came to the united sates on the same “humanitarian parole” that Intezar arrived on, before he sexually abused a 3-year-old girl in Virginia and was deported.

Despite Republicans caving on the $1.7 trillion spending bill this week, the beleaguered party managed to block the controversial Afghan Adjustment Act from passing.

This news and commentary by Tom Pappert originally appeared on Valiant News.


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