Skip to comments.Napolitano says Egyptian politician given visa not a threat
Posted on 07/25/2012 10:41:51 PM PDT by Whenifhow
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says an Egyptian politician given a visa to visit the United States last month was vetted three times and not deemed a security threat. Napolitano told the House Homeland Security Committee Wednesday that Hani Nour Eldin, a self-professed member of a banned Egyptian militant group, was cleared by the State Department before being granted a visa. She says he was vetted by the Homeland Security Department before being allowed into the country, and scrutinized a third time by the Secret Service before he was granted access to the White House. The committee chairman, Rep. Peter King, a New York Republican, says he worries that giving a visa to a member of a State Department-designated "foreign terrorist organization" without telling Congress violated federal law.
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Hey Jackass lesbian, the threat is not that he might hijack a plane, or wear a suicide vest into the white house. It’s that his ideas are embraced by your muslim boss.
“The committee chairman, Rep. Peter King, a New York Republican, says he worries that giving a visa to a member of a State Department-designated “foreign terrorist organization” without telling Congress violated federal law.”
HAHAHAHAHAAAAHAHAHAHAAA lol,,, they have let Obama violate any law he please for almost 4 years now, why would THIS one be different?
“John Wilkes Booth? Oh, he works here.”
More on this from Andrew McCarthy:
Naturally, when Mr. Eldin got into the country to discuss governance in the Brotherhoods New Egypt, courtesy of the Obama administration, he took the occasion to lobby Mr. Brennans deputy on the IGs top priority the Blind Sheikhs release and repatriation to Egypt.
“Homeland Security”...I’d love to see this department abolished!
Obama was never vetted, so you know this is a big, stinking pile.
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