FBI: Syrian Refugees Cannot be Screened

Appearing on ABC News Sunday, Chairman Mike McCaul called the situation “a humanitarian crisis of epic proportions, blaming “a failed foreign policy in Syria with the inability to remove Assad from power and also the rise of ISIS.”
McCaul admitted he is worried about an influx of refugees, saying, “If I could be assured these people could be vetted properly I would be supportive.”

“The problem is the FBI testified before my committee, I’ve had Homeland Security officials and the intelligence community who all say to me that we don’t have the systems in place on the ground in Syria to properly vet these individuals,” McCaul stated.

“We don’t know who they are. I visited one of these camps in Jordan. The minister of security told me he doesn’t know who these people are,” the chairman added.

“We are a compassionate nation. We have to deal with this crisis. But, you know, this is — could be a very reckless and dangerous policy,” McCaul noted.

Source: Info Wars

Last week, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters that all refugees attempting to enter the US would be “extensively screened.”
This is why his name is an oxymoron.
Senior FBI officials have said in congressional testimony that the resources are simply not there.
ISIS extremists claimed earlier this year that they would attempt to export 500,000 terrorists under the guise of being refugees.
With Obama’s help, they should reach their goal.




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