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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Tashfeen Malik Helped by Secret Obama Social Media Blackout?

The Department of Homeland Security as recently as 2014 upheld a secret Obama administration policy that barred officials from reviewing the social media accounts of those seeking visas, something that may have stopped San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik from entering the country.

The New York Times reported that Malik, a Pakistani woman who moved to the U.S. with a fiancée visa in May 2014, "had made little effort to hide" her support of violent jihad, and her desire to be a part of it.

This activity was quickly uncovered by the FBI shortly after Malik and her American-citizen husband, Syed Rizwan Farook, killed 14 people at a holiday party in San Bernardino.

Of three background checks conducted by immigration officials during the visa process, none uncovered Malik's activity on social media.

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Anonymous said...

So the NSA uses FB as their favorite surveillance site for American citizens but they can't look at the sites of Moslems seeking visas? WHAT TREASON IS THIS??

Anonymous said...

Exactly they Look at my facebook account during your security clearance investigation. Why hasn't this president been brought up on treason charges. he's obviously aiding and abetting terrorists. The democrats are all traitors to our soveriegnty.

Anonymous said...

Can somebody link this to our POSPOTUS?