Posted on February 23, 2022

Biden Relocates 2000 Afghans per Month to Virginia Conference Center Near Two Local Schools

Kay Smythe, National Pulse, February 21, 2022

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) has released a statement describing the relocation of thousands of Afghan “refugees” by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to the National Conference Center in Lansdowne, Virginia. The Center is walking distance from two local schools.

Drawing parallels with former German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s disastrous open borders policies enacted during Europe’s 2015 migrant crisis, the statement lays out a series of concerning policies which have scarcely been approved by local stakeholders.

LCSO received “an unannounced visit” by DHS Federal Protective Services (FPS), whose officers informed the Sheriff’s Office that roughly 2,000 Afghan “refugees” per month were “slated to arrive at the Washington Dulles International Airport” starting as soon as February 19th – this coming Friday.

The migrants will be shepherded in from February through September 2022, with DHS informing Sheriffs that “regional personnel” would then transport the refugees to the National Conference Center (NCC), where they would stay until being potentially relocated “elsewhere in the United States.”

DHS FPS “estimated that no more than 1000 refugees per month” would remain at the Conference Center “at any given time.”

A majority of the migrants will enter the United States through Qatar, and are set to be provided cash and cell phones from US-based non-government organizations (NGOs). The so-called refugees would not be allowed to leave the National Conference Center grounds, though there is little in the way of established security to guarantee such claims.

LCSO reportedly felt the information provided by DHS FPS was “vague,” leading local Sheriff Chapman to raise the issue at a committee hearing in Washington DC the following day.

The “follow-up conference call with a senior member of FEMA occurred the following day where he raised concerns about DHS’ lack of communication, lack of planning, language barriers, a failure to communicate with a myriad of potential stakeholders,” as well as the fact that the National Conference Center is unfenced and in a residential neighborhood containing at least two public schools.


Sheriff Chapman and his command staff then met with DHS FPS, US Secret Service representatives, and FEMA, where he demanded that DHS draft a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that guaranteed “roles and expectations” of each stakeholder group(s) are clearly outlined and agreed upon, as well as guarantees on the length of stay of refugees in the National Conference Center.

DHS only offered to provide security cameras, fencing, and some extra FPS personnel and interpreters.

No MOU was produced as of February 17.