There was a lapse in the vetting of Syrian refugees under the Obama Administration, per Weasel Zippers.
This information was revealed after a conversation in which Prince Faisal bin Hussein told North Carolina Congressman Mark Walker, chairman of the Republican Study Committee, “we can’t vet these people.”
Check it out:
Prince Faisal bin Hussein is the younger brother of Jordanian King Abdullah II and serves as Regent when the King is out of the country. One of his areas of interest is information technology. When he says the Syrian refugees can’t be vetted, he knows what he’s talking about, particularly since he has 655,000 of them camped out in his back yard. Further, it has come to light that a “glitch” prevented U.S. vetting personnel from searching CIA databases which would have revealed pertinent information regarding Syrian refugees. The Obama regime knew about this “glitch” yet continued to tell us that the Syrians already allowed into the U.S. had been “rigorously” vetted.
The Daily Caller reported further:
Hussein’s comments echo the security concerns expressed in the executive order by President Donald Trump Friday that indefinitely suspended the Syrian refugee program. The suspension came just days after news broke that the FBI is revetting Syrian refugees allowed into the U.S. that must be revetted.
The lapse in vetting reportedly stems from a 2015 glitch that prevented U.S. authorities from gleaning possible “derogatory” information about the refugees at the time. The glitch prevented relevant personnel from searching CIA databases, which included potentially compromising information on refugees…
Federal agents speaking to The Los Angeles Times elaborated that one of the admitted refugees may have been in contact with an Islamic State operative, and another failed a polygraph test.
This newfound transparency we’re experiencing via the Trump Administration is shedding some serious light on Obama’s time in office.
The left certainly won’t comment on that, though.