Politicians and the media can’t stop bleating about all the “multi-layered vetting” that will keep any of the 10,000 Syrian migrants that Obama wants to bring to America in just one year from being terrorists. Even though polls show that between 13% to 30% of Syrian refugees support ISIS. (That’s at least 1,300 ISIS supporters entering America in just one year.)
Here’s how well refugee vetting works.
Senator Jeff Sessions has a list of some refugees in this country turned terrorists. It’s a recent list and there were 8 refugees indicted in one month.
In February 2015, Abdinassir Mohamud Ibrahim, a Somali refugee, was sentenced to prison for aiding Al-Shabaab, an affiliate of Al Qaeda, a section of which has switched its allegiance to ISIS.
In that same month, Abdullah Ramo Pazara, Armin Harcevic, Nihad Rosic, Sedina Unkic Hodzic and Ramiz Zijad Hodzic, Mediha Medy Salkicevic, Jasminka Ramic, Bosnian refugees, were indicted for joining and aiding ISIS.
That’s just one month.
Then in April, Abdurahman Yasin Daud, a Somali refugee, was charged for aiding ISIS. As was Guled Ali Omar, another Somali refugee, whose brother had joined Al-Shabaab.
Maybe instead of taking in thousands of terrorist supporters whom we’ll later have to spy on and indict, we can just not take them and keep America safe. Because all that “multi-layered vetting” we keep hearing about doesn’t work.