DHS Official Admits: ‘Many’ Refugees Have Been Convicted of Terrorist Offenses in U.S.


Sen. David Vitter (R.-La.) referred to a case study  “ISIS Prosecutions in the United States“, prepared by Fordham University Law School’s Center on National Security , during questioning of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Leon Rodriguez , mentioned an article in CNS News.


“They looked at all ISIS prosecutions in the United States and determined that of those involved in that, 18 percent were refugees or asylees. Shouldn’t that be of enormous concern to all of us?” Vitter asked Rodriguez.

“Without a doubt. Yes,” Rodriguez responded.


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