USCIS Union President: Open Borders Endanger National Security
March 10, 2015, 05:05 PM
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In the Middle East, Allahs loyal headchoppers are having great success in taking over large swaths of territory and killing many opponents along the way. They see themselves as being on a roll, progressing rapidly to the much desired world caliphate of sharia law ruled by them! So convenient.

Below, ISIS jihadists beheaded 21 Coptic Christians in February. They were following directions of the Koran (8.12) to strike disbelievers on their necks .

Jihadists would love a redo of 9/11, only bigger with many more American deaths. Yet the administration prefers open borders to import future Democrat voters even though that policy endangers the nation. For example, a recent Texas government report noted that the Texas-Mexico border is not secure, and this lack of security undermines public safety and homeland security.

Allahs choppers may be bloodthirsty savages, but they are not stupid in pursuing their goals. They cruise the internet as much as anyone, and cannot have missed the pathetic state of Americas border security. How many rented a kid and hopped a train during last years border surge where foreign moppets were keys to the kingdom? Just exchange those robes and turbans for Mexican duds, learn a little Spanish and jihadists are all set for easy illegal entry.

Responsible officials are worried about the national security threat for good reason. One such knowledgeable fellow is Kenneth Palinkas, president of the National Citizenship and Immigration Services Council employees union, and his agency vets persons applying for legal status in the US. He remarked in a March 3 statement, “By not scrutinizing each and every applicant to the fullest extent possible to ensure America’s security, we invite an even more catastrophic event than what occurred on 09/11/2001.”

Palinkas appeared on Fox News Monday to explain further.

PALINKAS: To my knowledge, deportations are down, extremely down. because the deportation offices themselves have this program where they just catch and release, unless its a heinous crime being committed. . .

Now with these other programs that the president wanted to put through, you’re apt to, they’re not going to be properly vetted because the people who are going to perform the job of vetting these people remember, it’s on an application. it’s not an interview, so, you’re only going get so much information out of that form. . .

We don’t have a proper accounting whatsoever, and I don’t see it getting any better. When you lessen the requirements, when you lessen the vetting, meaning the background checks, things of that nature, when you push people through, when you just decide that, oh, as long as you only have maybe a misdemeanor or not a bad misdemeanor, whatever that means, I don’t know, you might qualify. So, you have people that came here illegally committing crimes, and then still asking for this benefit. What about the people that filed and went the lawful status way?