Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial: Are there holes in US refugee vetting process?

“Holes in the “refugee” vetting process?
Did the bear cross the road?
Will the sun rise tomorrow?
Yes on all three, and not REALLY meant as humor.

Refugee Resettlement Watch

I’ve marveled from time to time lately about the changes I’m seeing with media coverage of the US Refugee Admissions Program. 

Granted they are tiny changes so far, but at least some media outlets are looking more carefully at a program that NO ONE questioned eleven years ago when I first began writing RRW.

In 2007 any story about refugees was one that evoked warm feelings about the poor, downtrodden and grateful people that nice church folks were welcoming to America.

I called those stories “refugees see first snow stories.”

AmeenOmar Abdulsattar Ameen

Imagine my surprise today when I saw this editorial at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazetteabout the Iraqi refugee (alleged ISIS killer) being arrested in California.

See my previous post on Ameen’s arrest, here.

The times they are a-changin’….

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