"Tashfeen Malik, the Pakistani woman who killed 14 people with her
husband in San Bernardino earlier this month, openly advocated violent
jihad on her social media accounts before coming to the U.S., but
government officials approved her fiancee visa anyway, The New York
Law enforcement officials discovered the posts, according to The Times.
Had authorities found the messages when Malik applied last year for a
K-1 fiancee visa to come to the U.S. with her husband, Syed Farook, she
likely would not have been approved for entry. But, as The Times notes,
immigration officials rarely check applicants’ social media posts for
red flags. And female applicants are generally subject to less scrutiny
than male applicants."