Donald Trump has been so correct about the need to have a stronger vetting process. During the last presidential campaigns, Hillary Clinton, Barrack Obama, and their accomplices scoffed at Trump’s idea. It is now clear why these traitors fought so hard to prevent it from taking place.
Emerging reports indicate that an Iraqi insurgent, who had fought against U.S soldiers and even bragged about killing them, was allowed into our borders because he used a fake name.
Fortunately, the Joint Terrorism Task Force located him because of what he’d done in the country, which obviously means he was up to no good. The U.S Attorney for Western District of Texas attempted to pursue the case, but was met with a strong opposition and even told to let the matter go when he talked with the Department of Justice.
The Freedom Daily reports:
“When [Joint Terrorism Task Force] and the U.S. Attorney’s office for the Western District of Texas sought to prosecute this refugee, the local law enforcement and prosecutors allegedly ‘met resistance’ from officials within the National Security Division’s Counter-Terrorism section in Washington DC,” Committee chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said in a March 6 letter to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Officials are now asking Jeff Sessions to further investigate the matter. In the first place, this man should not have been allowed to enter into the U.S