Barney Frank Altered Immigration Law to Further 'Gay' Agenda
A Republican candidate for the Massachusetts congressional seat
currently held by Democrat Barney Frank is reigniting debate over
whether changes to U.S. immigration laws Frank sponsored made it easier
for the 9/11 hijackers to enter and remain in the United States.
Frank continues to deny the charge, but GOP challenger Chuck Morse
accuses Frank of opening the "turnstiles of terrorism" by denying
immigration officials the power to bar or remove non-U.S. citizens from
the country based on their ideology.
According to immigration law experts, the Frank Amendment made it much
easier for aliens who hold radical, dangerous, anti-American or
subversive political beliefs to enter and remain in the United States.
Another expert states "one man responsible for creating this revolving
door (of America-hating illegal aliens flooding in), was Congressman
Barney Frank of Massachusetts, whose 1989 Frank Amendment to INS
procedures paved the way for the 19 hijackers."