More Evidence That the Correct Answer is “No.”

The question being:

Should The United States Be Accepting Syrian Refugees

As asked in:

Is there room?

(To which I previously answered: Asking the Wrong Question.)

Which the bleeding heart doubled down on with:

“Fear is easy. Hope is hard.”

(To which I previously answered: No, We Don’t Have To, and Should Not.)

We now discover that:

Terror arrests in Sacramento and Houston nab two who entered US as Iraqi refugees

Terror-related arrests were made Thursday in Sacramento, Calif., and Houston, Texas. In both cases, the suspects are said to have ties to ISIS, but authorities are saying there is no immediate danger to the public.

U.S. Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced in a statement Thursday that Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab, 23, of Sacramento, a Palestinian born in Iraq, was arrested on charges that he allegedly traveled to Syria in 2013 to fight with various terrorist organizations, including Ansar al-Islam. He returned to the United States in 2014.

In Houston, the FBI arrested 24-year-old Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan, also a Palestinian born in Iraq who entered the United States as an Iraqi refugee. Al Hardan allegedly attempted to provide material support and resources, including training, expert advice and assistance, and personnel (himself) to ISIS. He is also charged with lying about terrorist ties and weapons training when applying to become a naturalized U.S. citizen.

Both suspects are scheduled to appear in court tomorrow.

What say we stop this before we have another terrorist attack within our borders?

[UPDATE] As if the home grown threat were insufficient…

Further Evidence That Philadelphia Is Not What It's Name Translates As
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