Obama voters do you think it is time for a change?
According to DHS(Department of Homeland Security), there are 87 deportable alien fugitives from Kazakhstan still at large in the U.S. That’s in addition to the 50 from Afghanistan, 164 from Egypt; 101 from Iran; 94 from Iraq; nine from Libya; 384 from Pakistan; 79 from Somalia; 45 from Sudan; 77 from Yemen; and 126 from Saudi Arabia — a number that has almost doubled during the Obama administration.
A number of recent terrorist cases call into question Washington's push to give amnesty to all illegal immigrants, including those from hostile Muslim countries.
The latest case involves a possibly illegal Chechen immigrant who reportedly stabbed an FBI agent in Orlando.
Ibragim Todashev was close to confessing to a triple homicide in Boston when he suddenly lunged at the agent during an interview. The Muslim man was then shot dead.
Todashev, who'd traveled recently to the al-Qaida hotspot of Chechnya, was pals with Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
Todashev reportedly implicated Tsarnaev in a grisly mass murder in Boston on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. Three men, at least two of whom were Jewish, were found with their throats slashed.
This was the same year — 2011 — Russian intelligence warned the FBI that Tsarnaev was a dangerous jihadist.
It's now clear the near-beheadings were an act of terrorism. It's also now clear that Chechen immigrants pose a serious security risk. What's not known is how many Chechen terrorists have infiltrated America.
USA Today estimates some 200 Chechens live in the U.S. — most of them in the Boston area, where there appears to be a network of jihadists tied to Chechnya.
A number of Arab men living in Boston started training for jihad in Chechnya after Osama bin Laden in 1995 ordered the creation of a terrorist training camp there to prepare international terrorists to carry out attacks against America and the West. Some had ties to the 9/11 terrorists who hijacked the Boston flights.
Chechnya is not the only place of concern. The two co-conspirators of surviving Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who earlier this month were charged with hiding evidence and lying to federal agents, emigrated from the Muslim nation of Kazakhstan.
Azamat Tazhayakov and Dias Kadyrbayev were in the U.S. on invalid student visas. Tazhayakov had his visa terminated on Jan. 4, yet was allowed to re-enter the country on Jan. 20.
Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano recently acknowledged the government has no system to monitor foreign students. Astoundingly, DHS agents are having to manually check student visa information.
Little wonder DHS can't round up and deport hundreds of absconders.
According to DHS, there are 87 deportable alien fugitives from Kazakhstan still at large in the U.S. That's in addition to the 50 from Afghanistan, 164 from Egypt; 101 from Iran; 94 from Iraq; nine from Libya; 384 from Pakistan; 79 from Somalia; 45 from Sudan; 77 from Yemen; and 126 from Saudi Arabia — a number that has almost doubled during the Obama administration.
Last week, Massachusetts police arrested several Saudi and Pakistani immigrants, all chemical engineering students, for trespassing at a major state reservoir, which, if poisoned, would sicken millions.
Also, Customs agents recently arrested a Saudi immigrant who tried to smuggle into the U.S. a banned pressure cooker like the ones used by the Boston bombers.
Enough is enough.
It's time for Washington to put a moratorium on immigration from these violent regions, and step up apprehension of dangerous immigrants living illegally in the U.S. It's clear they pose a real and present threat to Americans — including law enforcement officers.
Deportation is key to getting rid of plotting jihadists inside the U.S. Round them up and kick them out. And, while we're at it, pull up the welcome mat to high-risk Muslim nations. By inviting more visitors from countries that harbor resentment against us, we're simply inviting more terrorist attacks.
Europe opened its borders to Muslim immigrants and now deeply regrets it.
Parts of Sweden's suburbs are now in flames, as hundreds of Muslim youths riot against police.
We can avoid the same fate by stopping churning out visas, and letting law enforcement absorb the many threats already inside our borders.