Thousands of Muslims from Terror Nations Have Entered U.S. Without Screenings


Thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands, of Muslims from terror nations entered the U.S. without screenings under Obama’s direction.

Homeland Security Agent Describes the Process

In May 2016, a program about the pros and cons of Middle Eastern refugees coming to the U.S. was discussed at McCuistion, a non-profit organization. The Foundation for Responsible Television produced the McCuistion Program for 20 years.

The program begins with A.J. Irwin, a former Homeland Security agent and terrorism expert as he describes the “robust” screening process.

“…when we send refugee officers over there to interview people, they have a mission and their mission is not to detect fraud or identify terrorists, it’s to process these people and get ’em into the system….

When they sit down at their desks or their cubicle, the line is as far as they can see. And they have the pressure of processing these people. So they don’t spend a whole lot of time talking to them. They get their basic information, they see if they meet the basic requirements – have a credible fear – what it’s based on. And then they move on to the next person. So this process is very rapid and the mission, again, is more service. It is not enforcement; it’s not detection of fraud or national security.”

In other words, there was no “robust” screening, there wasn’t even a screening. It’s an honor system as we forewarned.

Begin listening at 2:50 until 4:57 and learn about the screening process that has largely been kept secret from us with euphemisms about how “robust” it is.

We Were Lied to About a “Robust” Screening Process

The Obama administration, overriding complaints by Congress, reduced the time to bring the refugees into the country down from 24 to 18 months to 3 months.

This is what the president said in July, 2016:

In December 2015, self-confessed liar Ben Rhodes said we have a very robust vetting system.

The Obama administration created a “resettlement surge center” which produced a pouring of 100 Syrian refugees into the U.S. per day.

This was a very real risk to Americans – the lack of proper vetting of these individuals by the quick processing that is being done – almost all of them reported to be Muslims.

The Center for Immigration Studies published concerns raised by the comments of Simon Henshaw, principal deputy assistant secretary of the State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, when he certified that 12,000 applicants were interviewed in February, March, and April.

Obama Clearly Did It to Destroy Our National Identity

On November 18, 2015, when Congress tried to slow down the process, Obama slammed the Republicans, tweeting: “Slamming the door in the face of refugees would betray our deepest values. That’s not who we are. And it’s not what we’re going to do.” The media provided backup for the president.

It became known by the summer of 2016 that Obama never met with his intelligence chief but met with CAIR 312 times.

By December 2015, we knew that the administration intended to bring in at least 170,000 refugees from Muslim countries, many of them terror nations, in a 12 month period.

As Dr. Zudhi Jasser said, Obama was doing it to destroy our national identity.

Few Spoke Out But Sens. Cruz and Sessions Did

Senators Cruz and Sessions let loose on a Homeland Security representative Leon Rodriguez at the hearing last September. Rodriguez, director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services was forced to admit that many Syrians were admitted on the basis of their “personal stories.”

President Obama’s top official responsible for vetting refugees testified before the Senate Wednesday that it’s possible for people from Syria and other terrorist-infested countries to have their refugee applications approved based simply on personal interviews with a “highly trained” immigration officer.

Leon Rodriguez, director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, could not deny that in many cases there is no data from the refugee’s home country that would corroborate or refute his story. He tried to reassure the committee by saying the screening process is lengthy and continuously being improved, noting that the United Nations pre-screens the refugees before his office even sees them.

Go to 1:48 in particular:

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