Trey Gowdy Just Lined Up A Truth Bomb And Dropped It Right On The Obama Admin
Rep. Trey Gowdy rejected arguments from the Obama administration that claimed they didn’t miss any warning signs in approving San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik to obtain a visa. Gowdy relayed his concerns during a Dec. 17 oversight hearing on the U.S. visa system.
“That doesn’t make me feel any better,” Gowdy said, after hearing comments from administration officials. “There was nothing in her background that this administration says we missed … and yet there’s still 14 dead people.”
Gowdy said “it’s one thing” to admit that warning signs that Malik was a radicalized Muslim were missed.
“It’s another thing to argue that we missed nothing,” he commented.
Alan Bersin, assistant secretary for international affairs at Department of Homeland Security, insisted the system worked the way it is supposed to operated.