Proving conclusively that they have better things to do than sit around watching video footage of Donald Trump interviews.
And don't think that they don't have plenty of blank U.S. passports as well - though given how suicidally Islamophilic the Obama Regime is, I doubt infiltrating Islamic State operatives would even need them:
The Islamic State may have stolen "tens of thousands" of blank passports that it could use to smuggle its fighters into Europe as refugees, a German newspaper reported Sunday.
The Welt am Sonntag cited Western intelligence sources as saying that ISIS could have acquired the stolen travel documents in areas of Syria, Iraq and Libya it now controls.
The passports could be issued to would-be attackers to enter the European Union as asylum seekers, according to the report.
Moreover IS has already launched a money-spinning operation with the fake documents, selling them on the black market where they fetch up to 1,500 euros ($1,630) each, Welt said.
Tens of thousand of jihadists overrunning Europe, causing chaos and death and destruction out of all proportion to their numbers. Recall that the kill ratio in Paris was approximately ten to one. So this means potentially hundreds of thousands of civilian deaths. What European country could avoid being destabilized by such a rampage? Many on the "Islamophobic" side of the aisle have speculated that the future of "Eurabia" is a return to its militaristic, authoritarian roots in the name of security against the Islamic invasion they brought on themselves - look at the crackdown the French unleashed recently - and the similarity of that scenario to the Middle East prior to Barack Obama's infernal "Arab Spring". Western leftists can talk about "our values" and not sacrificing to them to "let the terrorists win" all they like, but the truth is that when it comes down to where the metaphorical cheese binds, most people will choose security over civil liberties if they are convinced that they're going to die at enemy hands otherwise. And the way to "preserve our values" is to not invite the enemy into our midst to start this downward death spiral in the first place.
It's evocative of Bolivar Trask's speech to a closed door Senate panel in X-Men V: Days Of Future Past:
When you sent our soldiers to Vietnam without the weapons they needed to win the war, you underestimated your enemy. You do that with this enemy and it won't be some skirmish halfway around the world. This time, the war will be for our streets, our cities, our homes....and by the time you see the need for my program, it'll be too late. And you will have lost two wars in one lifetime. [emphasis added]
Substitute "Muslims" for "mutants" and how does that not describe the current world situation?
European authorities have repeatedly warned of the potential threat posed by refugees travelling with counterfeit documents.
Really? Where the hell have these "European authorities" been? Bound and gagged and stuffed in a closet somewhere for years?
The two unidentified Stade de France attackers in Paris have been tracked back to two fake Syrian passports used to enter Europe.
"The large influx of people who are travelling to Europe unchecked represents a security risk," the head of EU border agency Frontex, Fabrice Leggeri, told Welt.
Nice of them to finally notice this gaping security vulnerability far too late to do anything about it. None should "marvel" at the fear and anxiety that has gripped Westerners after the grisly slaughters their governments have all but visited upon them.
The Bolivar Trask character in DOFP was depicted as the "preemption"-loving villain, of course, just as I have no doubt that director Brian Singer intended the "mutant = Muslim" paradigm. But if you look at the question rationally and logically, and take a step back from slaughtering and murdering "mutants" on sight, Trask's reasoning does make sense, just as William Stryker's and Senator Robert Kelly's did after him: We don't know where the mutants are, we don't know anything about them, and we don't know how many of them there are. They're moral actors just like the rest of us, but we don't know which of them are good and which evil and which are weak and susceptible to manipulation towards evil, and which of those might have what powers. If the general human population is to be protected against the worst potentialities, don't mutants have to at least be identified and registered to determine what they can do? Is not our fear at least somewhat justified?
The scope of the real-world Muslim problem is actually not nearly as big, as Muslims don't exactly hide themselves. They are ALL jihadists - though, of course, not all of the violent variety - as the Qu'ran teaches them, and therefore the moral sifting isn't necessary. But though identifying the violent ones is of immediate concern and priority, it is the non-violent ones that may be, and probably are, the bigger threat in the long run, given the current degenerate, self-loathing, and Islamophilically Stockholm-Syndromized state of Western, and particularly American, culture.
Or, to quote Dr. Trask again and adjust the tense: "We've lost our streets, our cities, our homes. It's too late. We have lost two wars in one lifetime."
Only question is how high the final "infidel" death toll will climb.
UPDATE: Meanwhile, ISIS continues its usurpation of the Taliban in Afghanistan.