A whistleblower from the US State Department recently made public information pertaining to massive fraud within the department related to a controversial topic in the media.
Mary Doetsch, a retired U.S. State Department official, wrote a letter which racked the fraudulent actions wide open.
As a reaction to the crazed liberal protestors going against Donald Trump’s temporary pause in refugee access to the United States, Doetsch thought the American people needed to know the truth:
That under former president Obama, there was major fraud conducted within the refugee program.
In her letter, Doetsch explained her support for both Trump and the pause in the program:
“I fully support President Donald Trump’s executive order that temporarily halts admissions from the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program and bans travel from nationals of countries that potentially pose a security risk to the United States; however, I don’t think the action goes far enough. Further, I believe there are many people throughout the country who feel the same way,” she writes.
“As a recently retired 25-year veteran of the U.S. Department of State who served almost eight years as a refugee coordinator throughout the Middle East, Africa, Russia and Cuba, I have seen first-hand the abuses and fraud that permeate the refugee program and know about the entrenched interests that fight every effort to implement much-needed reform.
Despite claims of enhanced vetting, the reality is that it is virtually impossible to vet an individual who has no type of an official record, particularly in countries compromised by terrorism. U.S. immigration officials simply rely on the person’s often rehearsed and fabricated ‘testimony.’ I have personally seen this on hundreds of occasions.”
“For instance, the legally questionable resettlement of refugees from Malta to the United States grew substantially, despite the fact that as a European country with a functioning asylum system, ‘refugees’ should have remained there under the internationally accepted concept of ‘the country of first asylum.’ Similarly, the ‘special’ in-country refugee programs in Cuba and Russia continue, although they are laden with fraud and far too often simply admit economic migrants rather than actual refugees.
“As an insider who understands its operations, politics and weaknesses, I believe the refugee program must change dramatically and the courts must allow the president to fully implement the order.”
Her concerns mentioned are concerns that mirror those of the American people.
For too long, the refugee program has been compromised and abused.
Obama welcomed refugees of all backgrounds into the United States, and there is undeniable proof in the form of criminal record reports and FBI anti-terrorist accounts proving his “hospitality” for hostile groups devastated our nation.
In just under a month of being in office, Trump has already made massive steps to change the refugee system.
While many are complaining against his recent pause in immigration made in order to reevaluate the system, they are ignoring the reasons behind the need for a change in the system in the first place, which Doetsch just proved.
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