After Admitting Over One Million Migrants into Germany Merkel Admits Many are Terrorists

 


In February Angela Merkel told reporters, “Islam is not the source of terror.”

This week, after Islamists tried to blow up a bus carrying a top German soccer team, Merkel told reporters that “there is no doubt” that some refugees pose a security threat.

Germany, a country of 80 million, received over one million migrants and unvetted “refugees” in 2015. Chancellor Angela Merkel expected another million migrants in 2016.

In 2016 Islamic extremists murdered 22 people in Germany in seven different attack

After allowing nearly two million “refugees” into her country Angela Merkel has finally admitted that many of these unvetted migrants are terrorists.

It only took 22 dead bodies in the street for her to come to this conclusion.

Why is this woman not behind bars?

Politico.EU reported:

Berlin must implement measures to deal with migrants who seek to abuse Germany’s willingness to help them, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said.

“We will never accept terror,” Merkel told Funke Mediengruppe in an interview published Thursday.

The chancellor acknowledged “there is no doubt” some refugees who have fled war zones pose a security threat to Germany. But she added that the country “was already a target for Islamic terrorism before the many refugees came to us.”

Merkel said that while German authorities were doing everything in their power to protect citizens, some regions are lagging in the fight against terrorism and said inconsistencies needed to be resolved. Bavaria allows preventive police monitoring of high risk people, but Berlin and North Rhine-Westphalia ban the practice, she said.

Her comments come days after German authorities arrested a person in connection with explosions that hit a bus carrying the German football team Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday evening.

 

SOURCE: The Gateway Pundit

GOP Lawmakers Ask AG Sessions For ‘Fresh Look’ At Lois Lerner Case

 

Two top Republicans involved in crafting tax legislation asked the Department of Justice to take another look at embattled former IRS employee Lois Lerner.

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Lerner led the IRS department suspected of targeting conservative groups that were seeking nonprofit status.

Peter Roskam (R-Ill.) and Kevin Brady (R-Texas) wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions requesting a “fresh look” into evidence against Lerner, The Hill reported.

The legislators, who sit on the tax policy-writing ways & means committee said a new probe of the IRS would help restore taxpayers trust in the institution.

Peter Roskam (R-Ill.) and Kevin Brady (R-Texas) wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions requesting a “fresh look” into evidence against Lerner, The Hill reported.

The legislators, who sit on the tax policy-writing ways & means committee said a new probe of the IRS would help restore taxpayers trust in the institution.

President Obama’s justice department decided against filing charges against Lerner or anyone else involved in the alleged targeting.

Roskam and Brady offered that the 2015 decision may have been more political than legal.

Asked on “America’s Newsroom” about the letter, Roskam emphasized there is “nothing new” that has emerged.

He highlighted the fact that Congress made a referral stating the belief that Lerner committed crimes and that the Obama administration was “completely dismissive” of it.

“The notion of weaponizing the IRS is so corrosive to our democracy, we ought not to let the statute of limitations lapse without taking another look at it,” he said.

President Obama’s justice department decided against filing charges against Lerner or anyone else involved in the alleged targeting.

Roskam and Brady offered that the 2015 decision may have been more political than legal.

Asked on “America’s Newsroom” about the letter, Roskam emphasized there is “nothing new” that has emerged.

He highlighted the fact that Congress made a referral stating the belief that Lerner committed crimes and that the Obama administration was “completely dismissive” of it.

“The notion of weaponizing the IRS is so corrosive to our democracy, we ought not to let the statute of limitations lapse without taking another look at it,” he said.

SOURCE: FOXInsider