How many terrorists…?

(the following is from an email I got from the American Security Coalition – Vernon)

“I don’t know.”

Let those words sink in.

Nearly 10,000 suspected terrorists were mistakenly granted permission to lawfully enter the U.S. before the State Department realized they massively screwed up and revoked their visas.

When Congress recently asked, “What happened…where are they?”, an Obama administration official shrugged, “I don’t know.”

That’s right, Vernon.

Nearly 10,000 suspected terrorists are roaming around inside our country, they want to kill you, and the Obama administration has no idea where they are at and they barely seem to care.

It gets worse.

The State Department has denied visas to only 2,231 applicants who were suspected of terrorist activity.

If you do the math, that means the federal government lets into our country four times as many suspected terrorists as it keeps out.

Yet we’re supposed to believe Obama’s Syrian refugee program uses “rigorous” vetting and screening processes?

While at the same time, Obama implies you are un-American and a bigot for opposing him.

I’m counting on you to help me stop this — before it’s too late.

You and I simply cannot allow a flood of Islamists to continually pour into our country, regardless of the reason — not after what we saw in France and San Bernardino.

That’s why the American Security Coalition has developed an aggressive program designed to educate and mobilize the American public against the grave dangers that Obama’s Syrian refugee program poses to our national sovereignty, security and values.

With your support, my plan is to create a grassroots firestorm to pressure Congress to secure our country and bring Obama’s Syrian refugee program to a hard-and-fast end.

http://americansecurity-coalition.com/SAN-sign.aspx?roi=echo3-31375795669-32538298-1d4faa281e270af45977683003746af6&pid=1227a

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