Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been exposed for trying to secure a visa to the United States for a violent radical Islamist facing charges of sexually assaulting two women.
In 2010, Clinton dismissed a six-year policy under former President George W. Bush that forbid Ramadan from entering the U.S. under any circumstances.
But Clinton overturned it because she said she wanted to create a new relationship with the Muslim world.
Her way of “turning over a new leaf” was allowing a radical Islamist who raped several women and was connected to terrorism full access to the U.S.
Clinton ultimately dismissed the policy and allowed Ramadan to enter the U.S. Now he is being held by French authorities for raping and sexually assaulting two women.
As noted by Conservative Institute, Ramadan’s father founded the Islamic Geneva Center in 1961, which later was used to propel the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Muslim Brotherhood has been funding, supporting, and help terrorist groups carrying out attacks against Christians and nonbelievers for decades, but that never concerned Clinton.
In 2004, U.S. immigration authorities temporarily blocked Ramadan’s visa after the University of Notre Dame offered him a tenured teaching position.
He was denied again in 2006 when he applied for another visa application after U.S. officials said he donated $1,300 to the Swiss-based Association de Secours Palestinien, a group that claims to be a charity but allegedly works to support the Iran-connected terrorist group Hamas.
Ramadan was represented by the left-wing American Civil Liberties Union shortly thereafter in their lawsuit against the State Department and Department of Homeland Security.
Clinton used her power to allow this radical jihadist to enter the U.S., who is well-connected to terrorists and has been accused of sexually assaulting numerous women.
Her reckless disregard for the safety of the American people is further confirmation that we should all be thankful she is not our president or running the State Department. Ramadan is being held in France.
Source: Conservative Institute