There are no plans to set up a domestic registry for American Muslim citizens, says newly-appointed incoming White House chief of staff Reince Priebus.
The statement comes in direct contradiction to a flurry of liberal media buzz that has been ringing alarm bells and inciting protests in major cities across America. Priebus issued a pointed clarification on Monday, stating in an interview with CNN: “Where systematic terrorism is taking place, where countries are harboring or in places where countries are harboring and training terrorists, we’re going to temporarily suspend immigration from that country, or region, until a better vetting system is put in place.”
The statement is a reiteration of President-elect Donald Trump’s position from the time he began his campaign, when he stated his concerns about the probability of terrorists mixing in among the flood of Syrian immigrants who were being welcomed into European and other nations.
“We don’t believe in religious tests and we are not blanketly judging an entire religion,” Preibus told CNN, “but in fact we will try to pinpoint the problems and temporarily suspend [immigrants] from those areas from coming into the United States, until a better vetting system is in place.”
Last year, a radical Islamist husband-and-wife terrorist team carried out a massacre in San Bernardino, murdering 14 people and wounding 21 others at a holiday staff party where one of the killers had worked as an employee.
Public records showed that the wife in a husband and wife terrorist team, had arrived in the U.S. on a K-1 “fiancee visa” after having inexplicably skipped her mandatory pre-visa personal interview at the U.S. Consulate.
The necessary documents that should have been filed were also allegedly missing as well, and the facts that were originally reported, as mentioned above, soon mysteriously disappeared from CNN and other sites, along with all mention of Saudi Arabia, the last country of departure prior to the female terrorist’s arrival in the United States. Both she and her husband were immigrants from Pakistan, although her husband also visited Saudi Arabia.Hana Levi Julian