John Kerry is, without question, one of the dumbest men on Planet Earth.
If there has ever been a stupider Secretary of State in my lifetime, I don’t remember who it was. And don’t tell me Hillary. Because Hillary doesn’t come close. She’s diabolical and incompetent to be sure. And she isn’t the brightest bulb in the chandelier, but she still isn’t as stupid as John Kerry.
The fact that this man is the chief diplomat for the United States of America should send chills of terror down your spine.
Yesterday on Meet the Press while discussing the entry of Mrs. Jihadi Malik into the United States, John Kerry said the following:
“We have a huge process of examining people for visas. We know who’s coming into our country for the most part.”
For the most part?
Is that supposed to be comforting?
Isn’t this like saying, “I’m not cheating on you honey. I have been faithful to you for the most part.”
Adding “for the most part” admits there’s a hole in our vetting system.
In fact, it’s a hole so big, you could drive a rented SUV loaded with pipe bombs, guns and ammo right through it.
Is anybody surprised Americans are buying guns at a record rate?
When the head of the State Department — the agency that issues Visas for entry into the United States — believes that knowing who is coming into our country for the most part is good enough, who wouldn’t be arming up?
It gets worse!
Mrs. Jihadi Malik passed her Visa application with flying colors despite having radical Islamic posts on social media.
And according to The Hill, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said they do not review social media as part of the screening process because it would violate the privacy of the applicant.
I want you to stop for a moment and think about that answer.
The Internal Revenue Service, in processing applications for tax exempt status of Tea Party groups, asked for the groups to provide not only the content of their social media posts, the lists of books they read, but also “the content of their prayers.”
But reviewing social media posts of foreign nationals seeking a Visa is a bridge too far?
Are you kidding me?
Ask Becky Gerritson of the Wetumpka Tea Party if she was afforded her right to privacy when she applied for tax exempt status from the IRS.
Becky’s group had to jump through more hoops than Mrs. Jihadi Malik. Becky’s group waited over six hundred days to receive their 501-C3 status. But Mrs. Jihadi Malik got into our country lickety-split.
The Obama Administration doesn’t have any idea who is coming here.
Not even “for the most part.”
When tens of thousands of supposed “unaccompanied minors” are pouring over our southern border, when efforts are being made to fast-track the entry of supposed “refugees” from Syria and Iraq, there is no way in hell they can know.
But more to the point, they don’t care.
These people have always treated American citizens with more contempt and suspicion than they do those who are not Americans.
We have always been the enemy.
And that’s why the best we get from these vile and dangerous people is “for the most part.”
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