Tennessee Senator Bob Corker appeared unconcerned during a radio interview when asked about the unreliability of the vetting process that Muslim refugees will be facing as they are brought into the United States. In a testimony before the House Homeland Security Committee, FBI Director James Comey said that the vetting process that will be faced by incoming Muslim refugees is essentially untrustworthy.
Ranking member Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) asked Comey, “Mr. Director, before this committee, [FBI] Assistant Director [Michael] Steinbach said that the concerns in Syria is that we don’t have the systems in place on the ground to collect the information to vet. That would be the concern. Databases don’t hold the information on these individuals. Is that still the position of the department?”
“Yes, I think that’s the challenge we’re all talking about, is that we can only query against that which we have collected, and so if someone has never made a ripple in the pond in Syria in a way that would get their identity or their interests reflected in our database, we can query our database til the cows come home, but we’re not gonna—there’ll be nothing show up, because we have no record on that person,” said Comey.
When asked about this apparent gap in the vetting process, Senator Bob Corker was unconcerned:
“Authorities in Canada, in the last 24 hours or so, have said that they intend to take in 25,000 Syrian refugees, meanwhile, our own government, as you know, they plan on bringing in some 10,000 Syrian refugees in the next year or so. Some of those are going to be coming to Tennessee, while admitting we have no way to properly vet those wanting to come in,” Mandis noted.
Corker blew right past that important point, completely ignoring FBI Director Comey’s testimony that the Obama administration cannot properly vet any of the Syrian refugees.
“There’s no way that we’re going to allow refugees into the country that aren’t vetted. So, and that takes, typically, it’s been taking about two years,” he added.
Senator Bob Corker's seeming ignorance and indifference to the vetting process should be worrisome to anyone living in Tennessee and indeed to all Americans, for if the gap in the vetting process isn't resolved we may see anything from gang-rapes or religious persecution of Christians to outright murder, all of which have occurred in almost every country these Muslim refugees have entered into.
Of course, this would play directly into Obama's agenda to de-Christianize the United States and could place us all under the auspices of sharia law.