On Friday's “The Kelly File,” host Megyn Kelly went over some of the questions asked of applicants for the U.S. K-1 visa, also known as “Fiancé(e) visa.”
First, Kelly openly mocked a number of the actual questions asked on the application:
"Here's the thing. Fiancé visa applicants are supposed to be asked such questions as 'Do you seek to engage in terrorist activities while in the U.S.? Do you plan on visiting Mt. Rushmore?'
I mean, it's like, this is the process! 'Have you ever, or do you intend to provide money or support to any terrorist groups?' Look, she wasn't asked, and the questions are ridiculous."
Then she pointed out that, regardless of the process, it failed:
“The point is, the process is messed up. And guess what? A female terrorist made it into the country. If she wasn't asked these questions, why wasn't she?”
And finally, Kelly brought up the most important point:
"But the real question is: What does this screening process look like? And what are they doing to prevent another Tashfeen Malik from coming to this country?
This is an issue at the heart of the debate we're having right now over immigration into this country."
Tashfeen Malik entered the United States on a K-1 visa and went on to murder 14 Americans in San Bernardino with her husband Syed Farook.