Is the Biden administration may be deliberately helping terrorists enter the US? Ten US senators suggest as much in a letter to the secretaries of both Homeland Security and the State Department. Earlier this year, the two government entities slipped one past the media by offering a terrorist exemption allowing selected individuals to enter the US. It seems wading across the Rio Grande isn't easy enough under the Biden administration's watchful eye.
"(T)he the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Department of State determined that they will no longer bar individuals who provide 'insignificant material support' or 'limited material support' to terrorist organizations from admission into the United States," the senators' August 22 letter begins. The group, led by Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN), is concerned the "June 8 Determination" is overly broad and "open-ended," allowing persons...
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