CR: [Michelle Malkin] In Afghanistan, being gay is a violation of both Sharia and the penal code punishable up to death. Taliban officials have executed gays by stoning them and bulldozing walls over them to crush them to death. Meanwhile, the nation’s top leaders and military officers get away with “bacha bazi” — vile acts of child rape and enslavement of young boys.
You might think it sensible to ask the massive flow of Afghanis emigrating to America their views on such matters. But remember: In the perverse world of the politically correct, any kind of religious or national security “profiling” is a violation of “who we are.”
Now comes the horrific Orlando bloodbath at a gay nightclub, perpetrated by the gay-hating son of a radical Afghan supporter of the Taliban. Via the Washington Post, Seddique Mateen, father of shooter Omar, is a zealous Muslim whose YouTube videos salute “[o]ur brothers in Waziristan, our warrior brothers in [the] Taliban movement and national Afghan Taliban” for “rising” up. He also appears to be an unstable nutball who thinks he’s president of Afghanistan and has lobbied Congress and the State Department.
What questions, if any, regarding Sharia, politics, and his Muslim extremism did consular officers or immigration officials ask Seddique Mateen before granting him entry into our country? Under what program was he admitted?