The head of the FBI said "there's no risk-free process" when it comes to ensuring that no members of the Islamic State will sneak into the U.S. among the 10,000 refugees expected to come here next year.
During a Wednesday hearing of the House Homeland Security Committee, Rep. Jeff Duncan, R-S.C., asked FBI Director James Comey what the U.S. is doing to make sure adversaries don't exploit the plan to take in refugees.
"We've got a group known as ISIS ... who want to come to this country, who've said they'll exploit this refugee program to come to this country," Duncan said. "Mr. Comey, what can I tell folks in South Carolina about our vetting of these refugees?"
Comey replied: "The good news is we're much better at doing this than we were eight years ago. The bad news is, there's no risk-free process."Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com