Winner of the Random Diversity Lottery Indicted as Alleged ISIS Sniper


An alleged sniper for the Islamic State (ISIS) has been indicted, the Department of Justice announced on Thursday.

Years ago, Ruslan Maratovich Asainov, 43-years-old, obtained American citizenship by arriving in the United States on the “Diversity Visa Lottery.”

Chuck Schumer was the creator of the diversity lottery.

Asainov was indicted in federal court on five counts of conspiracy to provide material support to ISIS; providing personnel, training, expert advice, assistance, and weapons to ISIS and ISIS fighters; as well as receiving military training from ISIS fighters.

According to federal prosecutors, Asainov traveled to Istanbul, Turkey in December 2013 with the intention of going on to Syria to fight for ISIS. After arriving in Syria, Asainov is accused of joining ISIS by becoming a sniper for the terrorist organization.

The terrorist paid the U.S. back by traveling to Syria to join ISIS.

A Breitbart report states that “72,794 foreign nationals have come to the U.S. on the Visa Lottery from countries that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has designated as terrorist-sponsors” during the period of 2012-2016 alone.

There are many holes in the program and some of these people wouldn’t qualify for tourist visas but they would qualify for this lottery.

This year, Russia and Egypt won the most diversity visas. Once they get here, they will bring over their entire families or fake families, whatever.

It has happened before. Abdurasul Hasanovich Juraboev, an Uzbekistan citizen entered on a green card through the diversity lottery, according to the libertarian Cato Institute.

In 2015, he pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide material support to the terrorist organization ISIS. (He had talked of carrying out violence, though no attack actually occurred.) He was sentenced to 15 years in prison on Oct. 27.

A merit system is far better for the USA.

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