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The Pakistan-born woman who pledged loyalty to ISIS and helped her husband slaughter 14 victims in Wednesday’s terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif., was given the green light to enter the United States despite using a false address in her paperwork.

Tashfeen Malik, 29, who police theorize radicalized her husband, Syed Farook, cleared two rounds of criminal and national security background checks before she obtained her K-1 fiancé visa and later a resident green card. Officials said Friday that the background checks turned up no negative information but that in light of Wednesday’s massacre a review of the process use to vet her has begun.

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On Saturday, ABC News reported that the documentation Malik used contained a false address for her home in Pakistan.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said changes must take place to protect America.

“We’re going to have to start looking at people very closely because we can’t allow this to happen to our country,” Trump said. “I’m not ruling out anything. I don’t rule out anything. If people come in and blow up people and shoot people and kill people, I don’t rule out anything.”

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Malik’s easy entry comes as Americans have voiced concerns about the government’s process for vetting immigrants in light of the Obama administration’s proposal to resettle thousands of Syrian refugees into America.

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson, speaking as details of Malik’s visa were emerging, said that if officials fully vetted Mailk it should help end the debate over the Syrian refugees.

“Now if that vetting resulted in missing someone who carried out such a horrendous crime, that should be the end of the argument right there,” Carson said.

Fellow GOP candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, has demanded a full and public disclosure of how an ISIS follower was allowed into the United States.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest claimed the K-1 vetting process was less strict than that for potential refugees. But that’s the problem, say some activists.

“Uncle Sam just looks on as an approving cupid and doesn’t pay as much attention as he should to the issuance of these visas,” said David North, a senior fellow with the Center for Immigration Studies, which advocates for stricter immigration policies.

To get her visa, Mailk was screened in 2014 using the State Department’s watch lists and immigration, counter-terror and criminal databases at the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI. After arrival, she was screened once again to get her green card. The card was issue to her in July.

In the past, Obama said he will not back down from his support for Syrian refugees and downplayed security concerns.

“Even as we accept more refugees, including Syrians, we do so only after subjecting them to rigorous screenings and security checks,” he said.

However, Obama’s own administration has contradicted him on that score.

“We may have someone who is not on our radar and someone may choose to do something bad after they get here,” Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has said. “We can only query against what we have collected, so if someone hasn’t made a ripple in the pond, we can check our databases until the cows come home but we have no record on that person.”

h/t: Young Conservatives

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 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.
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