BizPac Review has a write-up of the testimony of Department of Homeland Security official Kelli Burriesci in front of the House Oversight committee yesterday, and it’s brutal. Here’s an excerpt of what Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) had to say to Burriesci who basically had no answers to any of his questions:
Ms. Burriesci, I’ve asked you the number of Americans who’ve traveled to Syria, you don’t know. The number of Americans who may have traveled and returned, you don’t know. The number of Syrian refugees who’ve entered the country in the last year, you don’t know. The number of visa waiver program overstays, you don’t know. The number of visa waiver overstays who may have been to Syria before they came here, you don’t know. And the number of American citizens on the no-fly list and you don’t know. And yet you are the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Screening Coordination, Office of Policy, Department of Homeland Security in front of the oversight committee and you can’t give us one single number to some, I think, pretty basic questions?
You would think the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Screening Coordination, Office of Policy, Department of Homeland Security would have the answers to these questions, but nope.
Now here’s the best part. She became so flustered by the questioning that she accidentally referred to the K-1 visa program as the “KY” program while being questioned by Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC):
— BIZPAC Review (@BIZPACReview) December 11, 2015
"KY" visa program (instead of K-1) was my favorite. https://t.co/8ybB7SLwYB
You can make your jokes now.
— Mark Krikorian (@MarkSKrikorian) December 11, 2015
Clueless DHS official introduces new KY-Visa program to replace current K1-Visa process https://t.co/PBfYwGu7Cm
— Ulysses (@Just_a_Texan) December 11, 2015
Clueless is an understatement. Video available over at BizPac Review.