Recently, a whistleblower who was with the DHS and involved in the EB-5 visa program, spoke out about the corruption that takes place with the program. You may already know about the biggest case so far, the Terry McAuliffe/Anthony Rodham (Hillary's Brother) and their GreenTech program. Internal DHS emails confirm that they got favored treatment, including one visa that went to a man who is considered a national security risk.
The analyst reviewed 30 cases involving EB-5 applications, which he said should take weeks if not months to process. The average time for approval? 4 1/2 days. He reported it to superiors who seemed to be uninterested in what he had found out. Indeed, the man responsible for approving those visas, Alejandro Mayorkas, has since been nominated by Obama for the number 2 slot at the DHS.
You have to wonder why an employee, who so obviously gave favored treatment to a scoundrel like McAuliffe and overruled his own people to give a visa to a known national security risk, would suddenly be up for a promotion. Or perhaps not. Within the Obama administration, there is a long line of people who have acted improperly getting promotions.
One of them, Sarah Hall Ingram, was a central figure in the IRS scandal and met at the White House 165 times. She is now in charge of implementing Obamacare. Coincidentally, Jeffrey Zients, who held the infamous meeting with IRS head Doug Shulman, is now in charge of fixing the Obamacare website.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services refuses to speak about any specific case but sought to assure the questioner that they do indeed take national security seriously. That's why they appointed a blue ribbon panel. uh huh.
Open borders, visas for sale. How can we protect our country? You will notice on the charts that applications for EB-5 visas took a sharp climb in 2009. I wonder why.