Shock DHS Report: There Are 73 Airport Employees On Terror Watchlists… How Will They Properly Screen Syrian “Refugees”?

Friday, November 20, 2015
By Paul Martin

Mac Slavo
November 19th, 2015
SHTFplan.com

Can we trust the federal government to protect us from terrorist who may be coming to the U.S. to cause trouble?

President Obama and other establishment figures are assuring us that thousands of Syrian refugees and other immigrant pools should be accepted in the U.S., and that risky figures will be swiftly screened out by an appropriate Homeland Security vetting process.

However, a fresh report identified scores of suspected individuals who were missed by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA),who operate under Homeland Security, during airport hiring processes, yet are on the government terrorist watchlist.

Ultimately, many of them work in “secure” positions at the airport that could compromise security and put Americans at risk.

The Controversial Times reports:

A review of screening and security procedures inside the TSA has revealed that 73 workers approved for access to secure areas are actually on the terrorism watch list.

The report (PDF) summary says:

Despite these layered controls, our testing showed that TSA did not identify 73 individuals with terrorism-related category codes. According to TSA data, these individuals were employed by major airlines, airport vendors, and other employers. TSA did not identify these individuals through its vetting operation because it is not authorized to receive all terrorism-related categories under current interagency watchlisting policy.

[…] TSA acknowledged that these individuals were cleared for access to secure airport areas despite representing a potential transportation security threat.

And surely, these 73 individuals are just scratching the surface. Imagine what else they miss.

The Rest…HERE

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