US GOVERNMENT LOST TRACK OF 9,500 MIGRANTS WITH LINKS TO TERRORISM

[2/3/17]  Last week President Trump issued a temporary ban on refugees from terrorist hot spots including: Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Yemen and Somalia.

In the first weekend federal agents stopped 109 refugees and delayed their entry into the United States.

Democrats held numerous protests across the US over the temporary refugee ban.

Now this…
The federal government lost track of 122.000 immigrants whose visas have been revoked and 9,500 with links to terrorism.
Townhall reported:

The House Oversight Committee held a hearing about the vetting process for refugees entering the United States from terrorism hot spots.

During the hearing, officials from the State Department and Homeland Security were asked about the location of 9,500 individuals who have been stripped of their U.S. visas because of links to terrorism. They had no idea and could not say if these individuals were still in the U.S.


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