Why Won’t Obama RELEASE This Information About The San Bernardino ISIS Terrorists?

Here’s another case of Obama obviously hiding information from the American public in order to protect his political reputation.

And in this case it has to do with the San Bernardino terrorists.

From ABC News:

“In our struggle against terrorism, we are dealing with an enemy that has shown it is not only capable of bypassing U.S. screening, but of recruiting and radicalizing Muslim migrants after their entry to the United States,” Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., said in a letter Thursday to Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Secretary of State John Kerry and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.

Their letter requests information not only of the two perpetrators, but also their parents’ immigration histories. It also echoes the lawmakers’ August request for the immigration records of 72 terror suspects.

The Obama Administration has not yet released these records.

The letter comes just days before Congress looks to pass a broad spending agreement that will fund, among other things, immigration programs and national security.

The only non-conspiracy reason that they would have to keep the record from us is to keep from us how badly the government is doing to protect the public.

How is it that Americans don’t know about this ridiculous lack of transparency by the Obama administration?

Notice how the left-leaning media has already written the story about the Planned Parenthood shooter and pinned it on Christians with the slimmest of information confirmed, but in this case Obama is keeping information from us on just how it is they were allowed in to the country?

Pair this with the fact that his Attorney General says that violence against MUSLIMS is her greatest worry, and Obama’s insistence on bringing in more Syrian refugees, and you really have to wonder why more Americans aren’t speaking out against the insanity of this administration’s policies in regards to Muslims.

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