Quilliam Foundation has gotten hold of an ISIS planning document and translated it. The document outlines a general plan to have ISIS fighters pour into Libya and use it as a gateway to Europe and other lands. They will come disguised as refugees seeking asylum.
They plan use the refugee program in order to infiltrate the West and they have said it on other occasions. They’ve even tweeted it.
It is with this as a backdrop that the United States administration has decided to continue taking in thousands of Syrian refugees on top of the thousands already here. They’ve taken 500 in recent days. There is no way to vet them because the country is in complete chaos.
To make matters worse, we’re relying on the organization of world dictators – the U.N. – to screen them. We are not even attempting to do it ourselves as if we could.
The U.N. picks 95% of our refugees, mostly Muslim.
Michael Steinbach, assistant director of the FBI, told a congressional committee the U.S. Syrian refugee program is a “huge mistake.”
The US government had data and intelligence to draw on when it performed background checks on refugees from Iraq in recent years but in the case of Syria, there was “a lack of information,” Steinbach warned.
“The difference is, in Iraq, we were there on the ground collecting, so we had databases to use,” Steinbach told the House Homeland Security Committee.
“The concern is in Syria, the lack of our footprint on the ground in Syria, that the databases won’t have the information we need,” he said.
Rep. McCaul said at the same hearing that it “would be a federally sanctioned welcome party, if you will, to potential terrorists in the United States.”
Muslim refugees are currently being resettled in more than 180 cities in the U.S. They will be Democratic voters no doubt.
The U.S. takes more than twice as many refugees as all countries from the rest of the industrialized world combined, according to Resettlement Watch
Refugee resettlement is a self-perpetuating global enterprise, Resettlement Watch says. Staff and management of the hundreds of taxpayer-supported U.S. contractors are largely refugees or immigrants whose purpose is to gain entry for more refugees, usually for their co-ethnics.
We have let over 9,000 Syrians into the country and are planning to take in another 11,000 though it’s impossible to get a static number from State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki.
A terror-tied charity, Islamic Relief USA, is providing funding for the Syrians once they arrive.
Syrian refugees pictured in a refugee camp. It’s not easy to find a photo that isn’t only of women and children.
Watch Rep. McCaul: