"They should go to countries that are friendly to them and us," Jim Lamon said. "We cannot continue to be the world's refugee camp."
Chapters of the far-right group have distanced themselves from those who posted extremist content around a University campus.
The mock hunting permit calling for the murder of refugees was one of around a dozen extremist materials found on the university grounds.
The Afghan refugees are undergoing medical and security screening before beginning their new lives in the U.S.
"We've made clear to all parties, we've made clear to the Taliban, that these charters need to be able to depart," U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
Carlson has accused Democrats of welcoming refugees into America to change the outcome of future elections.
Ohio Senate candidate Josh Mandel called the retired lieutenant colonel a "liar and traitor."
Amnesty International said in a letter that the EU should not "shift the responsibility for the protection of refugees to third countries."
Many Afghans are desperately trying to flee their homeland after the Taliban quickly took control of Afghanistan earlier this month.
"Just like you and I, they had used the summer to go back to see their relatives," said David Miyashiro, superintendent of the students' school district.
Groups supporting the refugees described a chaotic and minimal U.S. evacuation operation.
Refugee resettlement agencies were told to prepare to accept as many as 50,000 Afghans arriving in the country without visas.
If the United States can walk away so easily, the least it can do is open up legitimate, expedited pathways for innocent Afghan civilians to leave their country.
"Where the Afghans are housed is a living hell. Trash, urine, fecal matter, spilled liquids and vomit cover the floors," said a leaked email obtained from the U.S. Central Command.
Afghans who aided the U.S. during the war and others at risk of persecution are desperately trying to flee Afghanistan after the Taliban's swift takeover this month.
Millions have become refugees or been displaced in their own countries since the U.S. declared a global war on terror after the September 11, 2001 attacks.
A collection of photos documenting the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan since the Taliban took over last Sunday.
The Uzbek Foreign Ministry said they contacted the Taliban for "security guarantees" for citizens of Afghanistan who fled into neighboring Uzbekistan.
An Afghan woman who has waited 3 years for the U.S. government to take action on her visa pleaded for it to "start taking action. As immediately as you can."
About 4,500 U.S. troops are on the ground in Afghanistan to secure the airport and assist with the airlift, with several hundred more expected in 24 hours.
Opposition parties have been calling on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government to "take control of the borders" and prevent a new migration surge.
The Republican said it is "vitally important" to keep Afghan allies "safe from harm," but stressed there will need to be a thorough vetting process.
The Afghan-born author fears for the Afghan people, "particularly the women and children who suffered the most the last time the Taliban ruled this country."
The funds are for the "purpose of meeting unexpected urgent refugee and migration needs of refugees, victims of conflict, and other persons at risk as a result of the situation in Afghanistan," Biden's order said.
Director for Defense Intelligence Garry Reid stated settlement would begin in Fort Bliss, Texas and Camp McCoy, Wisconsin.
"I will never forgive the world for staying silent," 22-year-old data analyst Massouma Tajik said. "I didn't deserve this. No one deserves this."
EU member states should resettle 250,000 refugees by the end of 2025, starting with pledging at least 36,000 places in 2022. The U.S. should not only unlock funding to meet its current refugee admissions goal this year but should also double the cap for next year.