With yet another “lone wolf” Muslim committing an act of terror in an American city and the news that he got here through the dangerous policy of “chain migration,” we again see the good sense of President Donald Trump’s proposal to end the Democrat’s favorite stealth migration plan.
On Monday a Muslim from Bangladesh who has been living in the U.S. for some seven years assembled a faulty homemade suicide bomber vest and attempted to blow up commuters in New York City.
The Muslim monster, 27-year-old Akayed Ullah, apparently hoped to explode his bomb down in the Big Apple’s subway, but it appears that his homemade bomb didn’t work properly and went of prematurely. A few people around him received minor injuries, but most of the damage befell Ullah himself.
Authorities have already decided that Ullah has had no contact with ISIS and that he is a “lone wolf” actor. Of course, that whole absurd “lone wolf” sobriquet is a description of a terrorist without a difference to a description of a terrorist who is an actual “member” of ISIS.
The point is, “terrorism” is not a result of belonging to any “official” terror group. It is a result of belonging to Islam. The formula is Islam begets terrorism, not terrorists beget terrorism.
But, there is another part to this story that should ring the same alarm bells that President Donald Trump has already rung. As information about this monster began leaking out, it was discovered he got into the U.S. because of “chain migration,” the liberals’ favorite stealth immigration policy.
As Breitbart News reported, Ullah came here in this particular manner:
Under “chain migration,” new immigrants to the U.S. are allowed to bring an unlimited number of poorly-screened foreign relatives with them, creating a never-ending flow of immigration from some terror-ridden countries.
Ullah came to the U.S. through the F43 visa, allowing him to obtain a Green Card simply because his father’s brother or sister had recently been naturalized as a U.S. citizen. This process is known as “extended-family chain migration.”
This is a problem that President Trump has warned about many times. Trump has demanded that the policy of chain migration come to an end and that we restrict our immigration services to individual cases, not entire, extended families.
As noted, our latest terrorist is a citizen of the country of Bangladesh. With that in mind, Breitbart reported the immigration numbers we have experienced from this majority Muslim nation on India’s eastern border.
As Breitbart News reported, more than 140,000 Bangladeshi nationals — larger than the population of Dayton, Ohio — have entered the United States since 2005 for no other reason than to reunite with extended family members.
- 8,508 Bangladeshi nationals entered U.S. in 2005 as chain migrants
- 9,936 entered in 2006
- 7,765 entered in 2007
- 7,795 entered in 2008
- 12,974 entered in 2009
- 11,407 entered in 2010
- 13,136 entered in 2011
- 13,379 entered in 2012
- 11,346 entered in 2013
- 14,170 entered in 2014
- 13,034 entered in 2015
- 18,051 entered in 2016
- Since 2005, 141,501 Bangladeshi nationals have entered U.S. as chain migrants
Worse, about 9.3 million foreign nationals (of all nations, not just Bangladesh) have come to the U.S. as chain migrants between 2005 and 2016, Breitbart noted.
According to OANN, “A report released by the Department of Homeland Security finds up to 70 percent of immigrants enter the U.S. through chain migration.”
Unfortunately, there is basically no vetting at all of these people. Liberals have just thrown the doors wide open.
Like Trump, Senator Tom Cotton (R, AR) has also been alarmed by chain migration. He recently introduced The Raise Act to change immigration rules and place limits on the number of extended family members an approved immigrant may import into the U.S.
Naturally, even as we have a perfect example in New York today of why Cotton’s bill is a much needed solution, the Democrats are attempting to block the bill. Cotton’s bill is exactly the sort of thing that would have kept Ullah the terrorist back in Bangladesh where he belonged.