As Europeans continue to be inundated by wildly rising crime, increased incidents of rape, and one terror attack after another at the hands of the Muslim “refugees” flowing like water across their borders, President Barack Obama is proud to be celebrating the arrival of his ten thousandth Syrian refugee into the U.S.
One of the first mentions of the Obama Administration reaching its goal of importing 10,000 Syrian “refugees” into the country comes from U.S. ambassador to Jordan Alice Wells who announced that the United States will be importing its ten thousandth Syrian refugee into the U.S.A. this month.
But even Wells seemed to grasp the fact that Obama’s policy is a controversial one. As she announced the happy occasion she quickly added, “Refugees are the most thoroughly screened category of travelers to the United States, and Syrian refugees are subject to even greater scrutiny.”
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Wells would be right to worry about the efficacy of the administration’s refugee policy. After all, Obama’s plans to bring in tens of thousands of these so-called “refugees” has become a major issue during this presidential campaign.
For her part, Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton is pledging not just to continue Obama’s policy, but to wildly expand it.
Clinton, who insists Muslims have “nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism,” has promised to expand Obama’s 10,000 refugee policy to one of importing a whopping 65,000 refugees into the U.S. if she becomes president.
Meanwhile, GOP nominee Donald Trump has gained the support of millions of Americans with his contention that bringing in these tens of thousands of unscreened Muslims is a dangerous policy.
Earlier this year, Trump said that the importation of so many unscreened Muslims could allow untold numbers of terrorists to slip into the country disguised as “refugees” and could represent “a better, bigger, more horrible version than the legendary Trojan horse ever was.”
The real estate mogul and GOP nominee has made it a staple of his campaign to put a temporary ban on importing more Muslim immigrants into the country until the government can build a better system to vet them.
Trump’s policy suggestion seems all the more trenchant in light of news that the German government has admitted that the “refugees” they have imported over the last year have committed 200,000 crimes. And those statistics don’t even include the many out-and-out terror attacks Europe has suffered recently.
With radical Islam spreading and the number of terrorist attacks on the rise almost daily,it is all the more galling that of “refugees” Obama has brought to the U.S., only 0.5 percent have been from the oppressed Syrian Christian minority.
Christians are being raped and wiped out by radical Islam, yet Obama has made no effort at all to give a helping hand to these real refugees.
But as the terrorists continue their rampages across the world, one Obama administration official recently expounded on just how to end the terror threat the world faces from radical Islam: Let’s just stop talking about it.
Secretary of State John Kerry issued the quixotic advice in a visit to Bangladesh. Kerry seemed quite sure that if the media would just stop covering stories of terror attacks “people wouldn’t know what’s going on,” and the terrorists wouldn’t be getting the publicity they seek for their actions. Apparently Kerry felt that without the publicity, the terrorists would just give up and go home.
This is what passes for serious policy suggestions in the Obama administration.
As Kerry waxes eloquent, many worry about just where these “refugees” are going here in the U.S. As it happens, the Obama administration is spreading these immigrants all across the country, but many of them have found their way into states controlled by Republicans.
In fact, the Associated Press reports that the top destination for these “refugees” has been Republican-led Michigan, and this, despite the fact that Republican Governor Rick Snyder had put a moratorium on admitting more Muslim “refugees” into his state until the administration can assure us all that the people he is spreading across the country are free of ties to terrorism.
Snyder announced his plan to end further Muslim immigration last November. Synder agreed that the U.S. has a proud history of welcoming new immigrants as well as reaching out to help those in need, but after last year’s massive terror attack in Paris, he felt that halting Obama’s importation of more Muslims was best. The governor then insisted that his “first priority is protecting the safety of our residents.”
And speaking of Michigan, Hillary Clinton has her fingers in that state’s troubles, as well. Her Clinton Foundation has been at the forefront of suggesting that tens of thousands of Muslims might take up residence in the hundreds of empty homes surrounding Detroit. These “refugees,” the Clinton Foundation has said, could somehow “rebuild Detroit.”
At a February Clinton Foundation forum, former President Bill Clinton said of the Syrian crisis, “The truth is that the big loser in this over the long run is going to be Syria. This is an enormous opportunity for Americans.”
He went on saying,
Detroit has 10,000 empty, structurally sound houses–10,000. And lot of jobs to be had repairing those houses. Detroit just came out of bankruptcy and the mayor’s trying to do an innovative sort of urban homesteading program there. But it just gives you an example of what could be done. And I think any of us who have ever had any personal experience with either Syrian Americans or Syrian refugees think it’s a pretty good deal.
Where Clinton thinks all these new immigrants will find jobs in ramshackle, economically depressed Detroit to keep them all in falafel is anyone’s guess.
During that same speech, Clinton was seen onstage with Chobani yogurt mogul Hamdi Ulukaya, who has already indulged a spate of mass immigration by importing dozens of Muslims to work in his Twin Falls, Idaho, yogurt production plant. But along with these new immigrants, Twin Falls experienced a huge jump in cases of Tuberculosis, a disease now on the rise for the first time in 23 years.