Kelly noted that while this was “still a work in progress” and not necessarily “what we’re going to do right now,” he added that President Donald Trump’s freeze on entry to the U.S. by citizens of seven countries, “is giving us an opportunity… to get more serious than we have been about how we look at people coming into the United States.”
“These are the things we’re thinking about,” he said. “We can ask them for this kind of information, and if they truly want to come into America, then they’ll cooperate. If not, you know, next in line.”
It’s be nice to find the exact back and forth, somewhere in this five and half hour Home Security Committee video.
Also, it’s further in the “life becoming more like Black Mirror” vein. Recall that episode where people are required to review all their memories when they cross borders and enter airports.