John Oliver explains US' Syrian refugee vetting process

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7U-t3GetV_Q

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7U-t3GetV_Q
But wait there's more https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhiReve7avE Notice Jeb's test for confirming one's Christianity - talk about presidential material :lol: What's sad is that these days it takes comedians to take a serious look at these issues.

If the State Department and USCIS are so good at vetting refugees, then how come there are five million illegal aliens here who are visa-overstayers? Every one of them was “vetted” prior to getting their visas, and lied about their commitment to return to their home country, yet, somehow, their lies weren’t detected.
I think one thing that was misunderstood by the liberals with this syrian refugee debate was the fact that the opposition was (is) part of a more general opposition to our immigration policy. I know that when I first learned of the Paris attacks, I had a glimmer of hope that it might open some eyes of those who just refuse to see that our immigration policy should be based more on rationale principles, and, in particular, what is best for the people of the country that already live here (rather than what is best for everybody else). That was naive, of course, but I really didn’t anticipate the backlash that resulted from these elites, who have nothing but contempt for working-class Americans, accusing anyone arguing for a moratorium of being a bigot.

Like everybody with an English accent, he’s an expert on everything. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

If the State Department and USCIS are so good at vetting refugees, then how come there are five million illegal aliens here who are visa-overstayers? Every one of them was "vetted" prior to getting their visas, and lied about their commitment to return to their home country, yet, somehow, their lies weren't detected.
The vetting process is not that reliable.] But its cool, we gotta be open-minded, man.
I think one thing that was misunderstood by the liberals with this syrian refugee debate was the fact that the opposition was (is) part of a more general opposition to our immigration policy.
That pisses many liberals off as well; it simply means we hate Hispanics as much as Arabs.
I know that when I first learned of the Paris attacks, I had a glimmer of hope that it might open some eyes of those who just refuse to see that our immigration policy should be based more on rationale principles, and, in particular, what is best for the people of the country that already live here (rather than what is best for everybody else).
Well said, but only a racist would think that way.
That was naive, of course, but I really didn't anticipate the backlash that resulted from these elites, who have nothing but contempt for working-class Americans, accusing anyone arguing for a moratorium of being a bigot.
Well, you can never have enough voters.

Lot’s of people are trying to cram this vetting process down our throats.
It’s like an over eager seller of dogs who assures everyone that all the pedigree papers are in order!!
Now just buy! it Buy it!!

Lot's of people are trying to cram this vetting process down our throats. It's like an over eager seller of dogs who assures everyone that all the pedigree papers are in order!! Now just buy! it Buy it!!
Eat your veggies Vyazma.
Lot's of people are trying to cram this vetting process down our throats. It's like an over eager seller of dogs who assures everyone that all the pedigree papers are in order!! Now just buy! it Buy it!!
Eat your veggies Vyazma. I found multiple threads by you selling the vetting process with such conviction. You must definitely be eating your veggies. :lol: