Tashfeen Malik, US Immigrant, Social Media Jihadist

By Hunter Wallace

Tashfeen Malik was “thoroughly vetted” by the Obama administration three times, but no one bothered to check what she was saying on social media like Facebook!

“WASHINGTON — Tashfeen Malik, who with her husband carried out the massacre in San Bernardino, Calif., passed three background checks by American immigration officials as she moved to the United States from Pakistan. But none uncovered what Ms. Malik had made little effort to hide — that she talked openly on social media about her views on violent jihad.

She said she supported it. And she said she wanted to be a part of it. …”

And she was let into the country by the Obama administration which boasted after Paris about “thoroughly vetting” immigrants. The internet does a better job of “vetting” spree killers when their names are released to the public.

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  1. Edward Snowden much? Out of 1.6 billions muslims, how many are sympathetic to jihad ideology and even in America? IS/Daesh/The Caliphate has a free and uncensored way to spread its propaganda via FB, Twatter … Its almost impossible to monitor everyone on social medias, unfortunately. The smarter would rather not call for jihad publicly.. Like those of Paris who were under radar. As you wrote though, she should never have been let in the US. Their marriage might have been “arranged” too.

  2. GonerWithTheWind

    Good stuff.

    The clueless co-exist crowd needs to be informed of the true nature of Islam.

    We should spread these links around.

    We must not allow any more muzzie immigrants, refugees to enter.

  3. And that is the tragedy of Trump’s stupid proposal. Even those salivating at the prospect of ending Muslim immigration have to comprehend that Trump’s stupid proposal has the potential to prevent not even one muslim immigrant, and further to leave him with egg on his face when one of the “good Christian Arabs” shoots up another public place.

    Further, Trump perhaps fatally wounded his campaign as he appeared reckless, foolish, and without the sense to apologize or “walk back” his stupid proposal.

    I am still hoping that he does, perhaps at the next debate. He can say that he took the criticism to heart and he is going to endorse another plan that will achieve the objective of fixing the broken vetting system, and stopping jihadist infiltration, without running afoul of time honored principles of equality before the law and freedom of conscience. He can further say that he understands that a President must choose his words carefully, for both practical and moral reasons and that his campaign is dedicated to earning the trust inherent in this high office. (I’m not holding my breath by the way).

    What Obama did in his oval office speech was fumble away credibility, trump had a first and goal at the one and just had to punch it in. Instead he called an audible at the line of scrimmage and then proceeded to throw an interception that was ran back for a touch down.

    Do we yank the quarterback? Only if he doesn’t listen to the coach chewing him out on the sideline.

    Notice I have said nothing about his desire to send ground groups to the Middle East to fight a Saudi cat’s paw. Nor about his plan to close the internet. Nor his boast of being the most militarstic person ever. Each of those statements are disqualifying as well.

  4. Afterthought
    ‘Further, Trump perhaps fatally wounded his campaign as he appeared reckless, foolish, and without the sense to apologize or “walk back” his stupid proposal.’

    Amazing how many fatal mistakes doofuss Trump has made according to his detractors.

    Somehow, as stupid as he is, his polling numbers keep rising.


    Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is the overwhelming leader in the Georgia primary, according to a poll released Friday… [which] shows the real estate mogul with 43.1 percent support in the Peach State, distantly followed by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), with 16.2 percent….
    The poll surveyed 800 likely Republican primary voters in Georgia on Dec. 10. The margin of error is 3.3 percent.
    The last poll of Georgia from this firm was in September — you know, when everyone figured Trump’s summer-distraction numbers were about to collapse — and it gave Trump just under 31 percent.

  5. JEB is now busy trying to adopt the Trump TP as his own.

    The GOP after handwringing at Trump are now trying the “me too”.
    They must have some devastating poll data.

    So must Clinton. She’s shitting herself.

  6. Sick of Afterthpught.

    Jihad is religiously motivated war. Therefore banning the religion, I mean banning the members of that religious community from traveling to you is a sound enough idea.

    There are 50+ Muslim states for Muslims. They don’t need to travel to the US.

    That will get their attention.

  7. U.S. report warns of ISIS’ ability to create fake passports


    ‘Washington (CNN)A new intelligence report shared with law enforcement warns of ISIS’ ability to create passports utilizing seized Syrian government assets, according to a law enforcement official with direct knowledge of the intelligence report’s contents.

    The report warned that, based on U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s intelligence sources, ISIS has access to passport printing machines and blank passport books, raising the possibility the documents could be faked, according to the source.

    The source noted that, beyond the report, there’s concern that this capability coupled with ISIS access to government buildings in Syria that contain valid biographical data and fingerprint info on Syrian citizens give rise to the threat of identity theft.’

    Donald J. Trump ?@realDonaldTrump 4h4 hours ago
    Reports say #ISIS now has a passport machine to have its believers infiltrate our country. I told you so.

  8. Sam, time will tell, but the views of the voters are not decisive. When even Netanyahu is saying “no, we don’t have a problem with muslims” you can see just how out of step Trump is.

  9. ‘Tashfeen Malik was “thoroughly vetted” by the Obama administration three times, but no one bothered to check what she was saying on social media like Facebook!’

    Sir, that’s because the secret services are too busy writing reports about people like you and me, at Facebook – the law-abiding & Confederate Flag waving gun owners – their #1 ‘terror’…

  10. One more thang : anyone vetting this woman, Tafsheen Malik, clearly is unintuitive as hell.

    Can you not tell me that those eyes are pure toxick antipathy?

    Why, it’s clear as day something is wrong in her head – not to mention the toxick goofball behind her.

  11. Afterthought
    ‘When even Netanyahu is saying “no, we don’t have a problem with muslims” you can see just how out of step Trump is.’

    Are you referring to what Netanyahoo said in response to Trump’s comments?

    ‘Prime Minister Netanyahu rejects Donald Trump’s recent remarks about Muslims.

    The State of Israel respects all religions and strictly guarantees the rights of all its citizens. At the same time, Israel is fighting against militant Islam that targets Muslims, Christians and Jews alike and threatens the entire world.’

    Well, who asked that little twit’s opinion on the matter? He’s Prime Minister of Israel, not the USA.

    (Yeah, I know, I know)

    If he is so concerned about muzzie immigrants and respects them so much, let him open Israel’s borders and take them in.

    No, the two-faced rat has already stated they will not accept the refugees.

    But, he has the gall to criticize Trump for suggesting a pause because of the inherent danger?

  12. Afterthought,

    Trump has the correct instinct here. Much better than the instincts of Bush here at 47:25


    Here Bush panders to Arabs and telegraphs to the FBI CIA NSA and cops that Arabs are not to be profiled. This is a very telling video. The instinct of the Bush’s is to curry favor with Mulsims.

  13. Afterthought is probably operating under some combination of Duginist, Putin fanboy or Islamophilic traditionalist influence.

    The influence of those tendencies within the alt right is poisonous.

  14. Seeing Putin as anything but anti-white outside the very narrow context of Russian interests and giving a shit about the Muslims and events in the middle east is often a giveaway.

  15. I might be mistaken about this, but I believe Afterthought is some form of conspiracy theorist too. Someone ought to ask him if he thinks the mass shooting by Seeyed Farook and Tashfeen Malik’s might be a false flag.

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