Friday, January 8, 2016

President Obama is going to have to deal with the very unfortunate truth: two of his ‘refugees’ were just arrested for terrorism on U.S. soil.

According to the U.S. Justice Department, Texas resident  Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab was arrested for making false statements involving terrorism on an international scale. The individual has previously traveled to the Middle East to fight with ISIS, according to news reports.

He reportedly lied about his past while attempting to enter the United States as a ‘refugee.’

Al-Jayab was born Palestinian in Iraq. He reportedly fought in Syria against Westerners before he came to the United States.

This begs the question: how did he make it into the U.S. successfully?

The second arrested ‘refugee’ is named Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan. He is also a Palestinian born in Iraq. Back in 2009, he came to the U.S. as a refugee and then was given full citizenship in 2011.

According to the outlet Consciously Enlightened:

He has been providing material support to ISIS in Syria, and traveled there to help the terrorists with bomb making as recently as 2014.

The FBI credits the arrest of these two evil doers to the vigilance of Patriotic Americans who did not fear being labeled racists or Islamaphobes by blowing the whistle on what they viewed as Muslims from the Middle East who had hateful attitudes toward America and Americans. These brave citizens’ guts were telling them these two maggots were up to no good, and they contacted the FBI, and it turns out they were right. The FBI is encouraging all Americans to contact them if they feel their “refugee” neighbors are up to no good, even if their hunch is wrong.

The news of these two individuals should disturb every American. Yes, American is the ‘Land of the Free, Home of the Brave’… But it’s important that we prioritize the safety of our own citizens above the needs of foreigners.

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