US Senators Warn Terrorists Could Exploit Visa Waiver Program

November 20, 2015

Amid furor in Washington over the admission of Syrian refugees, senators of both parties say that the easiest path for foreign terrorists to enter the United States is the visa waiver program.

Without visas, nationals from dozens of countries in Europe and elsewhere need only a passport to pass through U.S. customs at airports and other entry points, bypassing the screening process to which visa applicants are subjected.

“Twenty million people each year from 38 countries, including France and Belgium, use the visa waiver program,” said Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein. “Terrorists could exploit the program, could go from France to Syria, as 2,000 fighters have done, come back to France, use the visa waiver program and, without any further scrutiny, come into the United States.”

  • KDC

    One word comes to mind…duuhh!

    Lol…is that a word?

  • JOE

    So even Feinstein is worried that refugees could have more in mind than just cutting off turkey heads this Thanksgiving ?

  • The Redhawk

    So how many of these ObAMABOT Morons will Finally get their Heads out of their Anuses and Vote to Override the veto from the ONE most responsible for ISIS recruiting Increases all based on seeing Obhozo as a weak DAISY????

  • VirgoVince

    For ONCE, the ugly old hag makes sense!! Fancy that!

    • The Redhawk

      But how will she react to REID’s Filibusters??


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