The following is an excerpt from an email I got several days ago. – V
So much for Obama’s “rigorous vetting and screening” processes.
The FBI just fessed up to arresting two male Islamic “refugees” living in the U.S. on terrorism-related charges.
Federal officials caught Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan red-handed in Houston, Texas providing “training, expert advice and assistance, and personnel” to ISIS.
The Obama Administration granted him permanent legal status in 2011 after arriving from Iraq.
Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab was intercepted in Sacramento, California after lying about his ties to ISIS and traveling to Syria.
Both were terrorists masquerading as Islamic refugees.
And they fooled Obama Administration officials as they carried out suspected terrorist-related activity in America.
I sounded the alarm about Obama’s refugee program months ago.
It threatens our national security.
And the Obama Administration is failing miserably at thoroughly vetting these so-called “refugees” and filtering out the terrorists.
Even worse, Obama’s Syrian refugee scheme is set to bring 10,000 MORE potentially radical Islamists into America over the coming years.
That’s why I’m writing to you right now hoping you decide to get involved and take action to stop it.
I’ve set a goal of collecting 1,000,000 signatures this year from American patriots like you.
So far, over 80,000 people have signed the petition — which means we need 920,000 more signatures this year.
My plan is to whip up a grassroots firestorm of opposition demanding that Congress stop Obama’s Syrian refugee program.
With enough public pressure, especially during this year’s campaign, I’m confident our elected officials will pay close attention to our demands.
And believe me, if 1,000,000 fed up Americans like you are actively aware and involved, we will win this fight.
But without your action, it simply won’t be possible.
If you would like to help fight the Obama administration’s expansion of the refugee program, the link to sign your own copy of the petition is here: