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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

President Obama has clearly stated his plans to bring Syrian refugees to the United States, but it appears he is being deceitful about the number he is rolling out the welcome mat for.

The first Syrian refugee family arrived here earlier this month and many more are on the way.

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Congress and the President have agreed to fund the permanent resettlement of 10,000 of these refugees. But, according to WND, Obama and the United Nations target number is 10 times that. And this is being done under the radar, without approval from Congress.

Fresh evidence to that effect has come from the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees Filippo Grande and a statement by the U.S. State Department. Together, those statements indicate the U.N. has many more Syrians in store for the U.S. than what Obama has publicly acknowledged.

“Often when they talk about numbers it’s a bit opaque,” says Nayla Rush, senior researcher for the Washington-based Center for Immigration Studies. “They want to permanently resettle 480,000 (into countries outside of Syria), but that’s not enough. There will be resettlements but then other routes, ‘alternative safe pathways,’ as stated by the U.N. high commissioner, who is using a new word, ‘pathways.’

“To me this kind of resembles the ‘pathway to citizenship’ (made famous by the 2013 Gang of Eight immigration bill), and they’re applying that now to refugees.”

 

So, Obama has decreased the vetting process from 18 to 3 months, he is bringing over up to 10 times the number agreed upon, and it appears he is attempting to give them citizenship.

Washington still can’t figure out why Donald Trump is doing so well at the polls. It’s because we are tired of crap like this. Deceiving and lying to us and possibly putting our safety at risk.

How do you think Trump would handle this situation if he is the next President? Please join the discussion.

H/T: WND

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