Insane asylum for terrorists

Michelle Malkin uncovers the deep secret of Nuradin Abdi’s passage from Somalia to Columbus, where he seems to have sought to join the war against America by blowing up a shopping mall: “America’s insane asylum for terrorists.”
Michelle does not exactly build up the suspense; right at the top of her column she reveals the secret: “He didn’t cross the border illegally. He didn’t sneak in on a ship. He came through the front door at America’s invitation.”
Michelle adds: “Abdi’s case cannot be viewed in isolation. At least three other high-profile Islamic militants that we know of exploited the asylum system over the past decade.” She concludes: “The feds deserve credit for tracking down asylum abusers suspected of terrorism. But homeland security would be easier to achieve if they did a better job of keeping murderous frauds out in the first place.”


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