We have to let in 8800 more Syrian “refugees” by October because Obama has a quota of 10,000 for Fiscal Year 2016. What could possibly go wrong?
Gee, maybe this video could shed some light on that.
The State Department said Tuesday that it’s still hoping to push through more than 8,000 Syrian refugees through the approval process in the next six months, in order to meet President Obama’s goal of allowing 10,000 to enter in the current fiscal year.
Six months into fiscal year 2016, which started Oct. 1, only about 1,200 Syrian refugees have been admitted. That leaves about 8,800 more that State said officials are not giving up on, even if it means a stepped up pace for admitting them through Sept. 30.
“We’re still very committed to the goal of reaching 10,000 by the end of the year,” State Department spokesman John Kirby told reporters. “We’re mindful of the months left in the fiscal year to do that, but we are very much committed to meeting that goal.”
Even if it means we let in more people like Tashfeen Malik? Yes. Remember when a top NATO Commander said that ISIS was “spreading like a cancer” in the Syrian “refugees” coming into Europe?
And remember, as we reported here, that Judicial Watch uncovered the fact that last year the Obama Regime eased federal restrictions against terrorist activity for refugees and asylum seekers. Under the old rules, these 1,519 foreign nationals would have been banned from entering the country because they supported terrorist causes. But under the new rules for vetting refugees, the secretary of Homeland Security has “discretionary authority” to waive certain cases of inadmissibility relating to terrorist activity.
What does pathetic RINO John Kasich, who said last summer that we need to let these people in, 98% of whom are Muslims, whether we can vet them or not (and the FBI Director says we can’t), say about this idea?
Now will you take my advice and contact your Congressman about this issue as I have been asking you to do for nearly a year?
Let me ask again: Obama voters, did you know that this policy is what you voted for? Thanks so very much!