Five Syrians With STOLEN Passports South of America’s Border — What Could Go Wrong?

Written by Kevin Fobbs on November 21, 2015

Is the United States next on the ISIS Syrian terrorist hit list? Maybe the Syrians who were caught with stolen passports were the next wave of terrorists intent on carrying out ISIS’ intent on striking at the heart of America. According to Fox News police in Honduras caught five Syrians who were trying to make their way to the United States with stolen and doctored passports.

Under ordinary circumstances this would not even break a sweat in the liberal press or in Democrat congressional offices. But since the tragic and horrific ISIS inspired Paris attack which left scores dead and wounded, even liberal Obama dogma supporters are backing off his “This is a setback” remarks.

The GOP-targeted scolding he administered at a Turkey G-20 press conference in an attempt to admonish Republican lawmakers for trying to prevent Syrians ISIS terrorists from slipping into America can be soundly rejected. In fact, a female ISIS French nationalist suicide bomber blew herself up when French authorities surrounded the building she and others were in on Tuesday night.

The way Obama mocked GOP leaders who see protecting Americans as their primary duty is disturbing in level of ignorance. Obama’s extremely naïve belief that Muslim women cannot be jihadists or detonate themselves in public buildings or at events in the name of Islam demonstrates a sinister avoidance of the obvious.

The danger to the homeland is real and the very fact that the Obama administration is attempting to let well over 10,000 un-vetted Syrian refugees into America’s neighborhoods has to be soundly rejected by Congress. This protective measure is already being adopted by a majority of state governors, beginning with Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

What has to be mind blowing for residents of states that are giving un-vetted Syrians the green light to move right in has to be very unnerving. What is also unnerving is the length that the Syrians went to in order to sneak into the United States. Fox News reported that, the “five Syrians left Greece and passed through Turkey, Brazil, Argentina and San Jose in Costa Rica before finally reaching Tegucigalpa.”

Now the Honduran authorities are speculating that the five men with stolen passports are not a threat to America because when interviewed they answered that they were refugees. If this is all that is needed to cross off possible terrorists from a list then the threat to the homeland is even more serious than anyone could have imagined.

According to the Wall Street Journal a Paris attacker traveled to Europe via Greece and the Balkans, using a Syrian fake passport. The man had posed as one of the thousands of Syrian refugees entering Europe and had access to their open borders.

If the Obama wants to continue to pursue letting in 10,000 un-vetted Syrian refugees without any viable documentation will he take full responsibility if ISIS terrorists use this to launch attacks in America? Are the five Syrians using fake passports to gain access to America testing the nation’s national security via southern border countries?

Remember, the ISIS terrorists need only to get their devastating planned attacks right once. America cannot afford to take the word of five Syrians with stolen passports giving their word that they’re refugees as an ironclad guarantee Americans are not their real target. Just ask Parisians how they feel about it?

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Kevin Fobbs
Kevin Fobbs has more than 35 years of wide-ranging experience as a community and tenant organizer, Legal Services outreach program director, public relations consultant, business executive, gubernatorial and presidential appointee, political advisor, widely published writer, and national lecturer. Kevin is co-chair and co-founder of AC-3 (American-Canadian Conservative Coalition) that focuses on issues on both sides of the border between the two countries.