In wake of Islamic terror attacks in 3 states, Obama goes to the UN to pitch for more Muslim refugee admissions
Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 20, 2016
First, I’ll admit I haven’t read one article yet this morning about the Obama refugee extravaganza on the “margins” of the United Nations General Assembly today.
But, this one yesterday at Politico makes it very clear that those Islamic terrorists—the Somali in Minnesota and the Afghan in New Jersey—have complicated his mission.
Why? Because the average American has been so kept in the dark about how the refugee admissions program works and how there are myriad other LEGAL methods for migrants from terror-producing countries to enter the US, that they don’t give a damn about which program is which and the Islamic terrorists’ methods of entry—they just want it stopped!
If there is one action taken for decades that is now coming back to bite the refugee advocates in the a** it is the secrecy that has surrounded the refugee program from almost its beginning in the 1980’s and continues through yesterday as angry citizens everywhere are trying to get the basic information out of local resettlement contractors about who is coming to their towns and how many will it be.
You likely noticed, in my previous post that I was rather unenthusiastic about spending my day trying to figure out if the NY/NJ Afghan bomber is a refugee or not, it is because it is almost irrelevant. We are letting too many in to the US across the board and the average American knows that!
Here is the Politico story that caught my eye.
I guess those Islamic terrorists weren’t reading the press releases from the Obama Administration or they might have had the good sense to wait until AFTER Obama’s big pitch today before they launched their attempted killing spree!
UNITED NATIONS — The New York-area hunt for an Afghan-born bombing suspect cast a pall on this week’s gathering of international leaders at the U.N. General Assembly, a session U.S. President Barack Obama plans to use to rally support for helping the world’s refugees.
Instead, the search for and eventual capture Monday of 28-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahami gave a fresh talking point to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who wants to dramatically curtail U.S. admissions of refugees and other immigrants and who has criticized his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton’s more welcoming stance.
“I just saw that and wanted to weep,” a U.S.-based refugee advocate told POLITICO as news spread of the manhunt. “Trump is going to be all over this bullshit.”
And he was.
It was not immediately clear how Rahami reached the United States, or whether he even arrived as a refugee. But activists acknowledged that such nuances would likely get lost in the debate this week as terrorism will likely become an even more prominent issue than it already is.
Yup! Continue reading Politico whine, here.