The madness was allowing anyone to enter about whom there were any doubts or unanswered questions. How can we possibly check the backgrounds of people from failed or corrupt states where there are no trustworthy sources of evidence to call upon?
Worse still was the violent insurrection by the party of treason to bring these invaders in.
Trump was right.
Hundreds of refugees allowed into US investigated by FBI as part of ISIS probe
THE FBI has launched a probe into hundreds of possible terrorists who were allowed into the US as part of drive to accept refugees.
By Rebecca Flood, The Express, March 6, 2017:
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating 300 people who were allowed into the US claiming to be refugees.The group are part of a larger investigation into 1,000 counter-terrorism cases possibly linked to the barbaric Islamic State (ISIS).
It is feared they may have been radicalised by the extremist regime, senior administration officials said on Monday.
Department of Homeland Security officials did not provide details of the investigations during a briefing with with congressional staffers, according to the sources, who requested anonymity.
Trump tempted to use his executive powers to ban nationals of seven Muslim majority countries Since the election of Donald Trump in the US there has been a concerted drive to track down and deport illegal immigrants.During his presidential campaign the billionaire repeatedly promised to send home illegal immigrants, particularly Mexicans.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating 300 people
And he has attempted to use his executive powers to ban nationals of seven Muslim majority countries — Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen – citing security reasons.He was slapped down in the courts after what was dubbed the ‘Muslim ban’ was deemed unconstitutional.
But he has now signed a new order in his bid to keep out certain nations, with the order signed on Monday banning nationals of the original seven countries bar Iraq.
Rex Tillerson, Department of Homeland Security, said: “With this order, President Trump is exercising his rightful authority to keep our people safe.“As threats to our security continue to evolve and change, common sense dictates that we continue to reevaluate and reassess the systems that we rely upon to protect our country.”
The group are part of a larger investigation into 1,000 counter-terrorism cases
Made official away from the cameras and with less pomp and ceremony when compared to the first order, the second attempts to address the multitude of problems with the original.It will be gradually rolled out, over 10 days, after chaos reigned in January when the order became effective immediately.
The current immigration status of the 300 was also not disclose
In force for 90 days, the fresh executive decree still keeps in place the 120-day suspension of the refugee programme, but Syrians are no longer subject to an indefinite ban.Iraq was removed from the list after an outcry over their pivotal role in fighting terrorism, particularly ISIS. Mr Tillerson said: “Iraq is an important ally in the fight to defeat ISIS.”Monday’s order also maintains a 5,000 annual cap on the USA’s intake of refugees, halving the Obama administrations pledge to welcome 110,000.