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Judicial Watch: Obama Administration admitted over 1,500 immigrants with connections to terrorists last year

Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 29, 2015

806 of them were refugees….

Update:  I see that Leo Hohmann at WND has a bit more on this story, here.

Here is the news at the Daily Caller (hat tip: Skip at The Flying Camel Dog):

The Obama administration granted asylum to more than 1,500 foreigners with ties to terrorist organizations last year because they were deemed to have provided support to the groups “while under duress.

Judicial Watch

The figures are contained in an annual report that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) sent to Congress this month. The conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch obtained the report and published it online Tuesday.

During fiscal year 2014, USCIS applied exemptions to 1,519 foreigners with ties to terrorist organizations who applied for discretionary relief. Of that total, 806 of the foreigners granted discretionary relief were for refugee applicants while another 614 were applicants for lawful permanent resident status.

Of the 1,519 with terrorist associations, 627 provided material support, “while under duress,” to undesignated terrorist groups. Another 189 provided material support, “while under duress,” to designated terrorist groups.

Read it all, here.  LOL!  What are the odds a few of them lied in their interviews?  And, this is such B.S. about fingerprints.  Yes, sure there are fingerprints on all the foreign fighters going in and out of the Middle East these days!

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2 Responses to “Judicial Watch: Obama Administration admitted over 1,500 immigrants with connections to terrorists last year”

  1. domstudent11 said

    Apparently even Catholic churches in Europe are now part of the refugee scam. I follow Wormser Zeitung (online newspaper) and noticed the smiling face of a Bishop with this headline (translated):
    ‘One million euros In addition, the diocese of Mainz for the Refugee Fund of the Diocese available . This was announced by Vicar General Dietmar Giebelmann Saturday at at the Diocesan Assembly of the Diocese in Erbacher Hof ”
    This equals $1,121,450.00
    (http://www.allgemeine-zeitung.de/lokales/mainz/nachrichten-mainz/bistum-mainz-stellt-eine-million-euro-zusaetzlich-fuer-den-fluechtlingsfonds-zur-verfuegung_16200208.htm)

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  2. Brittius said

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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