A Basis in Fact

With all of the “ism” “phobia” accusations currently being thrown about the media at folks who want to stop or even slow the federally funded interstate of immigrants from the middle east, maybe one of the (R) candidates with two brain cells to rub together could bring this up

US Intel: ISIS may have passport printing machine, blank passports

With the U.S. and other countries on high alert for ISIS attacks, American authorities are warning the terror group’s followers may have infiltrated American borders with authentic-looking passports ISIS has printed itself with its own machines, according to an intelligence report obtained by ABC News.

The 17-page Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Intelligence Report, issued to law enforcement last week, says ISIS likely has been able to print legitimate-looking Syrian passports since taking over the city of Deir ez-Zour last summer, home to a passport office with “boxes of blank passports” and a passport printing machine. Another passport office was located in Raqqa, Syria, which has long been ISIS’s de facto capital.

If a large amount of a currrency is no good, you stop letting people buy with it. When you  the suspect the ID’s no good, you don’t let the holder into the club/bar.

But when we have knowledge that large numbers of the passports are fake, our politicians, especially those on the left, ignore it.

When the immigration apologists have lost Larry Kudlow, something might be happening.

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1 Response to A Basis in Fact

  1. emdfl says:

    One of my jobs shortly after the 2nd Gulf war was to go up to one of my constituent Embassies and spend two days shredding about 50 cases of Iraqi passports. And I do mean full unopened cases. IIRC I estimated that my Seabee and I crunched somewhere around 100,000 brand new passports in those two days.

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