1,960 “Refugees” Enter U.S. From Muslim Countries on Trump’s Watch
Since Donald Trump’s first full day in the White House on Jan. 21, the U.S. has imported nearly 2,000 refugees from around the world, with about half coming from Muslim-dominated countries.
The expected executive orders to halt all resettlements of refugees for four months while the administration searches for a better system of vetting was originally said to be coming Thursday, but it now appears that was premature.
Friday may be the day. Some sources say it could be put off until Saturday.
For every day the administration fails to act, hundreds more refugees arrive from the Third World.
On Thursday alone, 541 United Nations-selected refugees arrived in the United States.
Among the nations that are sending Muslims to the U.S. as “refugees,” the following are the numbers that have entered since Trump took office:
- Syria – 266
- Somalia – 211
- Burma – 185
- Iraq – 183
- Sudan – 37
- Afghanistan – 13
“For every day that the Trump administration drags its feet, we see a continuation of the transformation of our cities and towns that was fast-tracked under President Obama,” said Ann Corcoran, who follows the refugee industry at Refugee Resettlement Watch.
“My guess is he’s getting enormous pushback on this from [House Speaker] Paul Ryan and [Senate Majority Leader] Mitch McConnell and other globalists in Congress,” she said. “I suspect this is about cheap immigrant labor and their efforts to keep the flow of that labor coming into the country.”
There are also fears that the program will continue largely in its current form with the addition of something called “extreme vetting.”
Extreme vetting would not have stopped a single one of the eight bloody terrorist attacks carried out on U.S. soil over a recent 18 month period leading up to Dec. 1, 2016. Each of the eight attacks was carried out by a Muslim migrant who came to the U.S. as a child or the son of a migrant, making vetting a moot point.