Bringing in refugees: what could possibly go wrong?
Initially, I think most of us had just one concern: the possibility of terrorists slipping through the cracks. It turned out that was just the least of our worries.
We were all shocked on New Years, when numerous cities in Germany suffered mass sex attacks carried out by gangs of migrants. Sexual assaults and other crimes in Germany have skyrocketed since they opened up the floodgates to migrants.
To have predicted this, we didn’t have to look much further than Sweden, which has historically been extremely welcoming to Muslim migrants – and is now the rape capital of Europe.
Most of the so-called “refugees” aren’t even refugees, they’re economic migrants, going to whatever country will offer them the most generous benefits. The minority of those “refugees” pouring into Europe are Syrian – the people they thought they were supposed to be helping.
Hillary Clinton has expressed interest in bringing in upwards of 50,000 refugees. Meanwhile, Obama himself may bring in more refugees before he leaves office, perhaps as insurance against a Trump victory.
Via the Federalist Papers:
No matter how many people are killed, no matter how many terrorist attacks they commit, Barack Obama is steadfast in his decision to let as many refugees into the US as he can get away with.
In the last week alone, there have been three separate attacks in Germany – all committed by refugees from Islamic countries.
In only the next three months, Obama has plans to accept more than 10,000 Syrian refugees, the Washington Examiner is reporting. They’ll go through “more screening and vetting” than anyone else trying to enter the United States, White House Spokesman Josh Earnest insisted – though few are convinced.
Earnest said that Obama’s top priority is the safety and security of the American people and that all their names are run through many databases – federal, military and intelligence agencies.
“So I can understand why people are concerned about our national security — the president is concerned about our national security … That is why he has ensured that refugees admitted to the United States are subjected to all the screening,” he said.
So far this year, 6,700 Syrian refugees have already been admitted to the United States. It started out slow, but the pace has picked up this summer as the State Department hired more employees to do the vetting.
In the last week, German officials said that two Syrian and one Afghan refugees are responsible for the three attacks.
We already had two ISIS inspired attacks in America – one in San Bernardino, and the other at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
Want to know how you get more attacks like this? Open up the floodgates to refugees that we have no way of screening.