The thousands upon thousands of illegals crossing our border are not refugee’s, the entire liberal media machine continues to cover up Obama’s orchestrated invasion plan to pass his agenda on the American people; its a false flag of sorts.[fb_button]
The New York Times – Hoping to stem the recent surge of migrants at the Southwest border, the Obama administration is considering whether to allow hundreds of minors and young adults from Honduras into the United States without making the dangerous trek through Mexico, according to a draft of the proposal.
If approved, the plan would direct the government to screen thousands of children and youths in Honduras to see if they can enter the United States as refugees or on emergency humanitarian grounds. It would be the first American refugee effort in a nation reachable by land to the United States, the White House said, putting the violence in Honduras on the level of humanitarian emergencies in Haiti and Vietnam, where such programs have been conducted in the past amid war and major crises.
Would you like to take a wild guess what happens to the children and teens who do become approved as refugee status? Since President Obama doesnt want them taking the arduous trip, the next step he’ll take is setting them up with direct flights straight ti the United States. But with spending out of control why would our government do such a thing? The American taxpayers will fund the flights of illegal aliens into the U.S. and then we’ll add them to our social welfare system and we’ll continue to fund their excursions across America, and the real victims are the Americans who live in poverty and get less treatment.
Here’s how it will work:
The proposal, prepared by several federal agencies, says the pilot program under consideration would cost up to $47 million over two years, assuming 5,000 applied and about 1,750 people were accepted. If successful, it would be adopted in Guatemala and El Salvador as well.
It is unclear how the administration determined those estimates, given that since Oct. 1 more than 16,500 unaccompanied children traveled to the United States from Honduras alone.