Thursday, September 29, 2016

No Screening for Radical Views in U.S. Refugee Vetting. Administration official acknowledges process lacks questions on ideology.

Polizette reports:
The United States runs the names of potential refugees through terrorism and law enforcement databases and conducts health screenings but makes no effort to learn whether they harbor extremist views, an administration official acknowledged Wednesday.

Simon Henshaw, principal deputy assistant secretary of the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, made the admission during testimony at a Senate hearing on President Obama’s Syrian refugee program.
There's more:
Only 37.1 percent of Middle East refugees were working, compared with the overall refugee rate of 48.5 percent.
Imagine that.