Two weeks ago President Obama issued a little-noticed presidential memorandum that has profound ramifications for our national security.
Under the Migration and Refugee Assistance Act of 1962, President Obama authorized $20.3 million to aid Palestinian refugees in the Gaza Strip, which includes aid to help them "migrate."
Given that Arab countries in the Middle East don't want the Palestinians settling in their countries, Obama's action begs an obvious question: Where do you think the Palestinian "refugees" will go? Since tens of thousands of Muslim refugees have gained expedited entry to the U.S. over the past few years under our refugee acts, it is not unreasonable to assume that at least some of these Palestinians will end up migrating…here.
Who are these people? Let's not forget that the Palestinians elected the terrorist organization Hamas to govern them. Observers of the culture of the Gaza Strip describe it as a culture of hate and a breeding ground for terrorism. You may recall the video we emailed you last month showing Palestinian children being trained to be terrorists and used as human shields.
The article asks the question, "What security measures are in place to keep Hamas terrorists from gaining free access into the U.S.?"
We would take that a step further. What security measures could possibly be sufficient to ensure that every Palestinian "refugee" who migrates to the U.S. is not a Hamas terrorist, or at least a Hamas sympathizer?