CR: Our foreign policy, national security priorities, and immigration strategies are warped beyond repair. We focus on conflicts around the world that don’t affect us, while bringing in mass migration from countries that have publicly made it clear they will use immigration to subvert our culture, security, and intellectual property.
I give you three recent case studies of foreign students and immigrants from countries like China and Iran that are accused of stealing trade secrets. China’s use of immigration to spy and steal is the biggest national security threat being ignored. How is it that these types of immigrants are still able to get into the country this long after 9/11?