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New information out on Tashfeen Malik, one of two San Bernandino shooters

And it has the State Department in America under heavy fire.  Weeks after it was revealed that Tashfeen had entered the United States on a K-1 visa, it, is now be reviewed and determined whether or not said visa’s must now include reviews of social media posts made by applicants.

So, what’s the deal? Per reports and the State Department, perhaps,  it appears that people are now wondering why Tashfeen was able to “praise Islam and vow to become a jihadist” on Facebook but still enter the United States in 2014.

To most, its backwards.  The State Department denied that they did anything wrong, however, the legislators in Washington aren’t to thrilled with the response to the sitation. Per officials, new legislation has been introduced which would require social media reviews; and in-person interviews with both sponsors and applicants themselves


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