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Obama to CUT Refugee Screening Time for Unvetted Migrants, Terror Concerns on Capitol Hill

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This is reckless and dangerous. The Paris and Brussels jihadis posed as migrants. Obama has removed the mask — this is an all-out war on our security and our freedom.

He stood silent in 2011/2012 when our international organization, SION, called for emergency asylum for Christians and religious minorities trying to escape Islamic supremacist genocide. He did nothing. Hundreds of thousands have been slaughtered. Now he wants to import the perpetrators. The refugees brought into the USA have all been Muslims, save for a handful.

Europe is a cautionary tale. Take heed, Mr. President.

“Obama Plan to Cut Refugee Screening Time Raises Concerns About Terrorism,” By Adam Kredo, Washington Free Beacon, May 3, 2016

Lawmakers warn plan to resettle more on quicker timeline is security risk

An Obama administration plan to resettle a greater number of foreign refugees in the United States by expediting the screening process is drawing concern from Capitol Hill, where lawmakers are warning that the administration is not capable of properly screening these individuals for ties to terrorism.

The Obama administration has committed to bring at least 10,000 Syrian refugees onto American soil in fiscal year 2016 by accelerating security screening procedures from 18-24 months to around three months, according to sources who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon.

Obama administration officials told the Free Beacon that they remain committed to the plan, despite warnings from the FBI and other law enforcement officials who say the federal government is not equipped to properly vet these individuals within that timeframe.

The administration is committed to moving forward this year with a plan to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees and 85,000 refugees overall, officials said.

Lawmakers are pressing the State Department and White House to reconsider the plan, arguing that critical security concerns should be addressed before it is implemented.

“We know the 18- to 24-month vetting process for Syrian refugees has severe vulnerabilities after FBI Director James Comey warned about the federal government’s inability to thoroughly screen Syrian refugee applicants for terrorism risk and after the Department of Homeland Security’s investigative arm warned about ISIS’s capability to print fake Syrian passports for terrorist infiltration,” Sen. Mark Kirk (R., Ill.) told the Free Beacon.

The administration has not specified what mechanisms it has put in place to facilitate the screening of a larger number of refugees on a three-month timeline, according to Kirk.

“Given that the administration has not explained to the American people whether and how it fixed these and other known vulnerabilities to terrorist infiltration, it is highly irresponsible for the administration to reduce the 18- to 24-month vetting process for Syrian refugees down to three months to meet its artificial and ideologically-driven goal of bringing 10,000 Syrian refugees onto U.S. soil by September,” said Kirk, who recently introduced legislation to impose enhanced screening measures to prevent terrorists from taking advantage of the U.S. refugee program.

A State Department spokesman told the Free Beacon that the United States is expected to take in around 15,000 more refugees than it has in the past three years.

“The United States remains committed to the president’s plan to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees and 85,000 refugees overall to the United States in fiscal year 2016,” said the official, who was not authorized to speak on record. “This projected increase in arrivals from around the world, from 70,000 in each of the last three fiscal years, will not curtail any aspects of the process, including its robust security screening.”

The official confirmed that the administration is moving to screen these individuals on a swifter timeline in order to facilitate their entry into the United States.

“While this increase in processing capacity and other efforts will decrease the overall processing time for individual families, the average processing time worldwide remains 18-24 months,” the official explained. “As we have said, neither this program nor any of our efforts to expand processing capacity curtail any aspects of the security, medical, or other screening.”

The administration has moved in recent months to boost its processing capacity in order to deal with increased numbers of refugees, the official said. This includes new measures that would help Syrians with relatives already in the United States apply for resettlement.

Additionally, the Department of State and Department of Homeland Security are jointly working to increase their capacity to interview refugee applicants from Jordan.

“From February through April, additional staff were posted to Jordan, where they conducted interviews of over 12,000 [U.N.]-referred refugee applicants,” the official said. “All applicants are still subject to the same stringent security and medical requirements that apply to all applicants for U.S. refugee resettlement.”

Not all of the applicants who were approved will enter the United States in the coming months. Some of those approved will enter after April in fiscal year 2017.

The administration’s reassurances have not soothed concerns among senior congressional insiders working on the issue.

“The administration’s repeated assertions that the vetting process is ‘robust’ doesn’t provide any real assurances about a dangerously flawed vetting process that has allowed terrorists to infiltrate refugee flows from high-risk countries in the Middle East into the United States,” one senior congressional source told the Free Beacon.

“The vetting process clearly wasn’t ‘robust’ when it resettled two terrorists as refugees in Kentucky who were later arrested in 2011 after law enforcement officials learned, belatedly and through no small amount of luck, of the ties and material support of these individuals to ISIS’s precursor, al Qaeda in Iraq,” the source said, noting that U.S. authorities do not have databases capable of identifying potential terrorists.

“While U.S. and coalition forces worked with Iraqi authorities to create databases for identifying terrorists during the Iraq conflict who might be infiltrating refugee flows, FBI Director Comey has made it clear in congressional testimony there is no equivalent capability today for identifying terrorists from the Syrian conflict who might seek to do the same,” the source said.

The Obama administration’s refugee plan has emerged as a flash point in the 2016 election cycle.

Rep. Tammy Duckworth (D., Ill.), who is running to unseat Kirk, has embraced the refugee plan, drawing criticism from the sitting senator’s camp.

“Duckworth’s plan to bring in 200,000 unsafely vetted Syrian refugees wasn’t considered safe when the administration had two years to vet each refugee for terrorist ties—it’s downright dangerous now that the vetting has been cut to just three months,” Kirk’s campaign said in a recent statement.

Via Pamela Geller

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BREAKING! Trump Just Revealed Shocking Method NYC Terrorists Got Into The USA

This has to end, now!

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Just a couple months after a radical Muslim terrorist ran down pedestrians on a New York City street on Halloween, another deranged Muslim named Akayed Ullah attempted to steal more innocent lives in the bustling city. Thankfully, Ullah was not skilled in his terrorist ways, and his homemade pipe bomb that he strapped to his body malfunctioned only injured the would-be suicide bomber.

Now, literally after the smoke has cleared from the failed terrorist attack people are wondering how in the hell this guy entered the United States, and now we may have some answers thanks to President Trump.

There is a reason that President Trump wanted a stricter vetting process for people coming to America from countries with ties to terrorism, and voila, here it is. The 27-year-old Bangladeshi man identified as 27-year-old Akayed Ullah was allowed into the country thanks to a little thing called chain immigration.

Akayed Ullah after his failed bombing attempt lying on the ground awaiting medical help.

You see how this is works is one family member is approved and receives a green card which then the approved family member is allowed to bring their family members with them. The issue with that is that these family members are not properly vetted and then allowed to enter the country without knowing anything about them. So, common sense dictates that these people should be vetted which is precisely what President Trump would like to do, and this could be just the push that is needed to ensure that the vetting process is followed from here on out.

Akayed Ullah was living in Brooklyn after being allowed in the United States through a process called chain immigration.

Here is more from Daily Mail:

President Donald Trump said Monday a bomb blast in Manhattan highlights the need for an immigration overhaul – as the man arrested was revealed to be part of a large Bangladeshi family sponsored by his aunt or uncle.

Trump said that the U.S. ‘must fix its lax immigration system, which allows far too many dangerous, inadequately vetted people’ into the country.

The Republican president pointed to his controversial travel ban as an example of the kind of policy that needs to be put in place.

And he called on Congress to end ‘chain migration,’ in which family members are permitted to join relatives who have immigrated. 

A Bangladeshi man identified as 27-year-old Akayed Ullah was taken into custody with serious injuries after a pipe bomb he was carrying malfunctioned and exploded prematurely inside a Midtown Manhattan subway station.

He had come from Bangladesh in 2011, apparently with his parents and three or four siblings – all of them sponsored by his aunt or uncle, his immigration status showed.

Ullah is a Bangladeshi national who has been living in the U.S. for the past seven years. Fox News reports that the former taxi driver came to the U.S. on a F-4 visa, a preferential visa for those who have family already in the U.S. The Post says he is a legal green-card holder. 

His immigration designation is F-43, which means he claimed the right to a green card because he is the child of the brother or sister of a U.S. citizen. 

The U.S. citizen can be newly naturalized. Trump’s statement suggests that Ullah claimed a green card by virtue of a citizen who was also an immigrant.

Records show that Ullah moved to the U.S. from Chittagong, Bangladesh in February 2011 on the F4 visa, and is now a legal green-card owner. 

He reportedly immigrated with his parents and three to four siblings. Trump’s statement suggests that one of his parents’ siblings had gained citizenship then petitioned for multiple family members.

Ullah had recently visited his home country on September 8.

Investigators have yet to determine an official motivation for the failed attack, but there have been reports that Ullah was inspired by ISIS.  

It was the second time in two months that New York City was the target of a terrorist attack and the first since President Trump sparked Muslim outrage around the world last week by recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Now, of course, President Trump will do whatever is in his power to make sure that vetting processes are followed, but when you have liberals like Mayor Bill de Blasio usurping his authority it makes the situation rather difficult.

These liberal morons would rather allow radicalized Muslims to enter the country to create chaos in the name of political correctness instead of protecting the American citizens. That is why it is so important that in the upcoming midterm elections the American vote in people that will support President Trump and his agenda to make America great again before these liberal goons try to ruin it forever.

H/T [Daily Mail]

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BREAKING: Family Of NYC Bomber Just Made SICK Announcement – Lock Them ALL Up!

They should be in Gitmo!

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This is just unbelievable! The family of the terrorist who detonated a pipe bomb in a busy subway corridor near Manhattan’s Port Authority Bus Terminal yesterday took it upon themselves to blast law enforcement and the way they responded in the aftermath of the attack.

The family of Akayed Ullah, who shouldn’t even be in this country, claimed officers forced a 4-year-old girl in the cold and pulled another teenage relative from his high school class and interrogated him without a parent, guardian or attorney present.

And of course, in a statement read by Albert Fox Cahn, the legal director for the known terrorist organization that is the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, in New York City stated that these are not the actions we expect from our justice system.

So let me get this straight, The family of this scumbag terrorist, instead of coming out and strongly condemning and disowning this “Religion of Peace” follower come out and take our law enforcement officers to task for pulling out two kids from school who should have never even been in this country to begin with? Unbelievable.

Cahn, Your client tried to savagely kill and injure hundreds of people in a failed terrorist attack in New York City during rush hour and you expect our justice system to protect the family of your scumbag client Here is a wake-up call for you and all the rest of you who are on the terrorist’s side, President Barack Hussein Obama, who used to sympathize with scumbags like your client isn’t in office any longer. The world for people like you changed a year ago when Donald Trump was elected our president. The days where terrorists could kill “infidels” and turn around and play the victim card are now over.

Via Alabama.com:

New York City pipe bomb suspect taunted Trump

A Bangladeshi immigrant arrested in a New York subway bombing mocked President Donald Trump on social media while on his way to carry out the botched suicide mission, authorities said as they brought federal charges against him Tuesday.

Akayed Ullah posted a statement on his Facebook account just before the Monday morning attack, stating: “Trump you failed to protect your nation,” the criminal complaint said. He also told law enforcement officers at the hospital where he was taken with burn injuries to the body and hands: “I did it for the Islamic State,” according to the complaint.

His rush-hour attack fizzled in a long walkway used by commuters moving between trains in the city’s busiest subway station at Times Square. Three pedestrians complained of harmed hearing and headaches after the bomb went off.

Ullah, 27, was expected to appear before a magistrate judge, though it was not immediately clear if he was well enough to go to court.

During a search of his Brooklyn apartment, investigators recovered a passport with the words “O America, die in rage” scrawled in it, the complaint says.

He hoped to “terrorize as many people as possible” with a bomb filled with metal screws that he believed would cause maximum damage, the complaint said.

The complaint charged Ullah with providing material support to a terrorist group, use of a weapon of mass destruction and three bomb-related counts.

It was not immediately clear who would represent Ullah in court.

A news conference was planned for later Tuesday.

According to the complaint, Ullah started to become radicalized in 2014 and began researching how to build bomb after he had “viewed pro-ISIS materials online, including a video instructing, in substance, that if supporters of ISIS were unable to travel overseas to join ISIS, they should carry out attacks in their homelands.”

Overseas, Bangladesh counterterrorism officers were questioning Ullah’s wife and other relatives, officials there said Tuesday. Relatives and police said Ullah last visited Bangladesh in September to see his wife and newborn son before leaving them behind to return the United States.

Hours after Monday’s explosion, Trump cited the background of the bomber in renewing his call for closer scrutiny of foreigners who come to the country and less immigration based on family ties.

Ullah — who told investigators he wanted to retaliate for American action against Islamic State extremists — came to the U.S. from Bangladesh in 2011 on a visa available to certain relatives of U.S. citizens.

“Today’s terror suspect entered our country through extended-family chain migration, which is incompatible with national security,” Trump said in a statement that called for various changes to the immigration system. Earlier, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump’s proposed policies “could have prevented this.”

On his last visit to Bangladesh, the suspect mostly remained inside a small apartment in Dhaka’s Hazribagh area, said his uncle, Abdul Ahad. His nephew arrived in Bangladesh on Sept. 8 and returned to New York on Oct. 22, he said.

“He went out of his residence to offer prayers at a nearby mosque,” Ahad told The Associated Press.

In a scenario New York had dreaded for years, Ullah strapped on a crude pipe bomb with Velcro and plastic ties, slipped unnoticed into the nation’s busiest subway system and set off the device, authorities said.

The bomb didn’t work as intended; authorities said Ullah was the only person seriously wounded. But the attack sent frightened commuters fleeing through a smoky passageway.

Ullah’s low-tech bomb used explosive powder, a nine-volt battery, a Christmas light and matches, officials said. Investigators said the suspect was seen on surveillance footage igniting the bomb. In the end, it wasn’t powerful enough to turn the pipe into deadly shrapnel, the officials said.

Law enforcement officials said Ullah looked at IS propaganda online but is not known to have any direct contact with the militants and probably acted alone.

The attack came less than two months after eight people died near the World Trade Center in a truck attack that, authorities said, was carried out by an Uzbek immigrant who admired the Islamic State group.

Ullah lived with his father, mother and brother in a Brooklyn neighborhood with a large Bangladeshi community, residents said. He was licensed to drive a livery cab between 2012 and 2015, but the license was allowed to lapse, according to law enforcement officials and New York City’s Taxi and Limousine Commission.

John Miller, NYPD’s Deputy Commissioner for Counterterrorism, said Tuesday on CBS “This Morning” that Ullah didn’t seem to have any obvious problems.

He “was living here, went through number of jobs, was not particularly struggling financially or had any known pressures,” Miller said, adding Ullah “was not on our radar at NYPD, not on the FBI radar.”

Security cameras captured the attacker walking casually through a crowded passageway when the bomb went off around 7:20 a.m. A plume of white smoke cleared to show the man sprawled on the ground and commuters scattering.

Port Authority police said officers found the man injured on the ground, with wires protruding from his jacket and the device strapped to his torso. They said he was reaching for a cellphone and they grabbed his hands.

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BREAKING: Look What’s Happening in NYC Right Now… 24 Hrs After Attack!

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The American spirit has long been considered as resolute and persistent as hope itself. Americans always have hope because we have freedom and we have freedom because of the sacrifices made by our family going back hundreds of years. It’s our job to keep that freedom alive, and we would be letting all those generations down if we let it be taken from us by the same bullies that have been on the playground since biblical times.

The religion of Islam and freedom just don’t play well together. One says that you’re innocent until proven guilty and the other says you’re guilty until the day you die unless you give your life for it. One thrives on ingenuity and new ideas and the other wants to plunge all of mankind into the dark ages. But here in America, we’re just not going to stand for that. No matter what the social justice warriors or the liberal elites tell us, we know that if we give in, the battle begins to be lost already.

That’s why when the city of New York was struck, once again, by a madman seeking to save his eternal soul by killing others, New York was saddened, but not kept down. New Yorkers are known to be tough, but this time it wasn’t just the natives who carried on without letting the terrorists win. In fact, despite New York being one of the places with the highest terror warnings in the nation, tourism is holding strong. Lohud, of USA Today, reports that Americans in general just aren’t letting the terrorists win:

“Despite several terror-related incidents since the 9/11 attacks, tourism in the city has boomed in recent years: 60.5 million tourists flocked to the city in 2016, according to NYC & Co., the local visitors’ bureau. In 2010, the number was 48.8 million. In the same time span, estimated spending by tourists increased from $31.5 billion to $43 billion a year.

At present, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s National Terrorism Advisory System is at an Elevated (yellow) level, according to its website, which means there is ‘a significant risk of terrorist attacks.’ There are two higher levels – ‘Severe’ and ‘High’ – and two lower (‘Guarded’ and ‘Low’).

In New York and other places most likely to be targeted by terrorists, additional measures are taken, both by local and federal authorities. For example, the NYPD has its own Counterterrorism Bureau, which is ‘the city’s primary local resource to guard against the threat of international and domestic terrorism in New York City,’ according to the NYPD website.”

The way terrorists win is if you and I are terrified of them and we let it affect our everyday lives. While many Americans despaired that we would never win this war with Obama and his Muslim sympathies at the helm, this country has taken the power back under President Trump. Not only has President Trump promised to deal with terrorists, his travel ban has already taken huge strides to keeping future attackers out of our country.

Like any bully, the terrorists want us to cower in fear, but that’s just not the American way. We mourn and we bounce back, and it will take more than one ISIS sympathizer with a badly made bomb to make us surrender our freedom and way of life.

Here’s more from our source about the details of Monday’s attack, along with first-hand accounts from locals and tourists nearby:

The holiday season in New York City came to a temporary halt at the height of the Monday morning rush hour after an attempted terrorist attack in a subway pathway below the Port Authority bus terminal.

The incident came at a time when New York, and the Times Square area, in particular, are especially packed for the holiday season, with hotels full of visitors taking in Broadway shows, visiting the huge Rockefeller Center Christmas tree and shopping in stores on Fifth Avenue and other thoroughfares.

Holiday tourists joined thousands of commuters fleeing in terror from subway lines and nearby streets in and around the terminal, at 41st Street between Eighth and Ninth avenues.

By mid-afternoon, as the city returned to its normal-if-hectic rhythms, Bryant Park — an increasingly popular holiday destination for its skating rink and popup shops — was filled with tourists.

Betsy Bright, who was visiting from Nashville, was unperturbed as she stopped by the park after a day spent at city attractions.

“We went to see the Rockettes and, after that, we went to Grand Central station, and now we’re here at Bryant Park, and it’s been a lovely day with no issues,” Bright said. “I feel absolutely safe here with all the police officers.”

When asked if law enforcement officers carrying large guns made her feel anxious or uneasy, Bright said: “Those don’t bother us either because we’re from the South.”

The blast set off around 7:30 a.m. in a subway pathway below the terminal, injured four people, including the suspected bomber, Akayed Ullah, 27. New York City Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro said the three other injuries included headaches and ringing in the ears

German visitor Dietrich Goettingen said Monday morning he was impressed by the speed and extent of the law-enforcement response as he watched the scene from the sidewalk at 45th Street, and that he continued to feel safe in the city.

“We heard all the noise of the police cars from our hotel and now we find this. I have never seen anything like it,” he said.

Ullah, who was wearing explosives strapped to his body, was swiftly arrested. Investigators said it was not yet clear if the bomb was intentionally detonated or if it went off prematurely. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital for treatment of burns.

After the initial incident cleared, commuters continued to pass by the scene and go about their business as police, firefighters, and ambulances crowded the area.

“It’s New York City. Anything could happen,” Yonkers resident Christina Bethea said near the scene, adding that she’s going to continue going about her life despite threats like these.

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