Here is something that no ‘vetting’ system will be able to detect, no matter how hard they try.
The much-touted “rigorous” vetting system in the United States allowed a Pakistani female jihadist to enter the country in July, 2014, and participate in a bloodletting on December 2, 2015, that took away the lives of 14 Americans while injuring 21 others. U.S. President Barack Obama jumped on the chance to blame faulty gun-control, skirting the real issue of a vetting system easily circumvented by taqiyya, an Islamist method of deceit by dissimulation to breach the defenses of unbelievers.
Having entered the U.S. with a fiancée visa bearing a fake address, Tashfeen Malik, 27, a Pakistani national, and her husband, Syed Farook, 28, a U.S. citizen, were killed by police after the Inland Regional Center shooting in San Bernardino, California. She had come from Saudi Arabia to California, where they were married in Riverside, close to San Bernardino, on August 16, 2014, and she was granted her green card in July, 2015, after passing the Department of Homeland Security vetting system.
The terrorist couple who slipped through the cracks of the U.S. vetting system died in a firefight with police on a San Bernardino residential street about four and a half hours after they sprayed a Christmas party with bullets in the town. The gathering was at a banquet for the county health department, where Farook was an employee. Many of the innocent people killed and wounded were his co-workers. Cops followed a lead pointing to the terrorists in a Redlands home approximately 15 minutes away from San Bernardino, and commenced a high-speed chase until the couple in their black Ford SUV stopped for the final showdown.
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