How many more wannabe Terrorists are here because we're too stupid to stop

What makes you think stupidity has anything to do with it?

There is one, precisely one, consistent, monotonic, unchanging, unwavering
outcome of all of Obama's policies: the furthering of the cause of radical
islamism.  It started immediately after his inauguration, with his Cairo
speech.  It propelled his Administration's actions in Egypt, Iraq, Libya,
and now Syria.  It caused us to walk away from mutual-defense obligations
in Yemen.  It animated his dismissal of the Iranian opposition's brief
uprising.  It's the undercurrent behind the billions paid to the mullahs in
Iran.  And on and on.

In each case, the bottom line is: bloodthirsty islamic jihad triumphed.
Every single time.

So what makes you think this "mistake" is any different?  You see
stupidity, I see consistency.

Think about it.  And ask, just whose side is Obama on?


How many more wannabe Terrorists are here bc we're too stupid to stop this?

WASHINGTON (AP) — *The U.S. government has mistakenly granted citizenship
to at least 858 immigrants who had pending deportation orders from
countries of concern to national security or with high rates of immigration
fraud, according to an internal Homeland Security audit released Monday.*

The Homeland Security Department’s inspector general found that the
immigrants used different names or birthdates to apply for citizenship with
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and such discrepancies weren’t
caught because their fingerprints were missing from government databases.

The report does not identify any of the immigrants by name, but Inspector
General John Roth’s auditors said they were all from “special interest
countries” – those that present a national security concern for the United
States – or neighboring countries with high rates of immigration fraud. The
report did not identify those countries.

In an emailed statement, the Department of Homeland Security said the
findings reflect what has long been a problem for immigration officials –
old paper-based records containing fingerprint information that can’t be
searched electronically. DHS says immigration officials are in the process
of uploading these files and that officials will review “every file”
identified as a case of possible fraud.

DHS officials identified an additional 953 people who had been naturalized
despite outstanding deportation orders, though auditors couldn’t determine
if those immigrants had digital fingerprints on file or not.

Roth’s report said fingerprints are missing from federal databases for as
many as 315,000 immigrants with final deportation orders or who are
fugitive criminals. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has not reviewed
about 148,000 of those immigrants’ files to add fingerprints to the digital

The gap was created because older, paper records were never added to
fingerprint databases created by both the now-defunct Immigration and
Naturalization Service and the FBI in the 1990s. ICE, the DHS agency
responsible for finding and deporting immigrants living in the country
illegally, didn’t consistently add digital fingerprint records of
immigrants whom agents encountered until 2010.

*The government has known about the information gap and its impact on
naturalization decisions since at least 2008 when a Customs and Border
Protection official identified 206 immigrants who used a different name or
other biographical information to gain citizenship or other immigration
benefits, though few cases have been investigated.*

Roth’s report said federal prosecutors have accepted two criminal cases
that led to the immigrants being stripped of their citizenship. But
prosecutors declined another 26 cases. ICE is investigating 32 other cases
after closing 90 investigations.

ICE officials told auditors that the agency hadn’t pursued many of these
cases in the past because federal prosecutors “generally did not accept
immigration benefits fraud cases.” ICE said the Justice Department has now
agreed to focus on cases involving people who have acquired security
clearances, jobs of public trust or other security credentials.

Mistakenly awarding citizenship to someone ordered deported can have
serious consequences because U.S. citizens can typically apply for and
receive security clearances or take security-sensitive jobs.

At least three of the immigrants-turned-citizens were able to acquire
aviation or transportation worker credentials, granting them access to
secure areas in airports or maritime facilities and vessels. Their
credentials were revoked after they were identified as having been granted
citizenship improperly, Roth said in his report.

A fourth person is now a law enforcement officer.

Roth recommended that all of the outstanding cases be reviewed and
fingerprints in those cases be added to the government’s database and that
immigration enforcement officials create a system to evaluate each of the
cases of immigrants who were improperly granted citizenship. DHS officials
agreed with the recommendations and said the agency is working to implement
the changes.

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