ALERT: Bombshell Documents Confirm Obama’s Plan to Let Terrorists INSIDE the USSaturday, December 20th, 2014
Earlier this year, the government watchdog group Judicial Watch revealed documents which may prove the existence of a “hands off” list for suspected terrorists trying to enter the United States.
The documents were actually first discovered and released by Republican Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, and are part of a 2012 email exchange between Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection, which discuss whether or not to allow entry to someone with ties to extremist terrorist groups.
Based on information contained within the emails, it is believed the person in question is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, who also is associated with and supports Hamas, Hezbollah and the Islamic Jihad.
This suspected terrorist had been pulled aside for secondary investigations “several dozen times” over the past several years.
However, those secondary inspections had suddenly stopped occurring in 2010.
The emails also revealed that the suspected terrorist “has sued CBP twice in the past and that he’s one of the several hands off passengers nationwide.”
It also appears that his official record may have been removed, with the decision for that move reaching as high as then-Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.
Senator Grassley is demanding answers for how someone like this could be allowed entry into our country, and sent a letter to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson, saying, “I’m puzzled how someone could be a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and un-indicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial, be an associate of (redacted), say that the U.S. is staging car bombings in Iraq and that (it) is ok for men to beat their wives, question who was behind the 9/11 attacks, and be afforded the luxury of a visitor visa and de-watchlisted.
“It doesn’t appear that we’ll be successful with denying him entry tomorrow but maybe we could re-evaluate the matter in the future since the decision to de-watchlist him was made 17 months ago,” he added.
Grassley received a response, not from Johnson, but from CBP Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske, essentially denying the obvious existence of some sort of “hands off” list and passing the buck off to the Department of Justice.
“Accordingly, CBP does not have any list or other mechanism which would render an individual free of the grounds of inadmissibility or from any other inspection requirements, including secondary inspections,” Kerlikowske wrote, according to the Judicial Watch report.
“The Terrorist Watchlist is maintained by the Terrorist Screening Center, which was created by the Attorney General and is administered by the Federal Bureau of Investigations,” Kerlikowske wrote, adding “All questions related to the watchlist should therefore be referred to the Department of Justice for response.”
Kerlikowske did tell Grassley that he would give him a “more detailed briefing” in an “appropriate setting,” meaning he would brief him in person, and wouldn’t put any further incriminating information into writing where it could be discovered and released at a later date.
This is simply insanity. What is the purpose of having a list of terrorist organizations and suspected terrorist watchlists if questionable and dubious people on such a list and associated with such organizations can still be allowed in the country?
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