Retired INS Agent: Comprehensive Immigration Reform Should Rightly be Called the ‘Terrorist Assistance and Facilitation Act”

Posted on August 22, 2013

Right now, do you think our nation’s borders are secured? If you don’t, what do you think our government can do to make you and your family safe? And will it be done?

According to, the Republican National Committee passed a resolution Friday that calls on Congress to create a special, legal status for illegal immigrants brought to America as minors—or “DREAMers” as immigration activists call them, for the eponymous bill to provide them legal status, which would include a renewable five-year work permit. They would have to provide proof of employment or enrollment to retain the status.

Both parties have caved to special interests and have not considered the national security risks involved with giving millions of undocumented immigrants’ legal status and an official U.S. IDs.

The premise that was asserted by the 9/11 Commission was “if terrorists cannot get into this country, they cannot commit violent acts of terrorism in this country.” The U.S. has failed to change its policies and has ignored the 9/11 Commission’s recommendations for over a decade now.

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