U.S. Gov’t Hired A Pro-Hamas PLO Spokeswoman to Do This – Reprehensible!

The U.S. immigration enforcement agency hired a former spokeswoman for the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) and gave her a position to determine who gets to come into the country as an immigrant or “asylum seeker.”

This new Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officer is continuing to post pictures of Hamas terrorists parachuting in with guns and writing, “F*** Israel and any Jew who supports Israel.”

Nejwa Ali worked in 2016 and 2017 as a public affairs officer for the Palestinian Delegation to the U.S. According to its own website, she served as the “PLO office in D.C.” Former President Donald Trump expelled organization from the country, but Ali landed on her feet, according to a screenshot of her LinkedIn profile, and she got a job at DHS as an “Asylum Officer,” where she was tasked with “applying immigration laws and regulations to asylum applications.”

Ali moved over to being an Adjudication Officer for the U.S. Customs and Immigration Service (CIS). According to the agency, people who have this job “analyze new or amended legislation and policy, prepare written reports of findings, and review and make determinations on cases for immigration benefits.”

Ali’s job at DHS included vetting people to make sure they were not a threat to the country before letting them in, but it’s not clear that anyone from the agency vetted her. That her primary allegiance was to the Palestinians, not the United States, was evident from her social media profiles, where she posts as “Falastine Mi Amor.”

She has posted ongoing extremist rhetoric to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for years — rhetoric that intensified this month as Palestinian terrorists murdered over 1,000 Jews on October 7. Ali cheered. “F*** Israel, the government, and its military. Are you ready for your downfall?” she wrote on Instagram after the attacks.

According to her social media profiles — which say she is “American born, Palestinian @ heart.”