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Thousands Of Syrian Refugees Being Resettled By Obama Could End Up In 48 Out Of 50 U.S. States

by Michael Snyder, End of the American Dream:

Despite everything that just happened in France, on Sunday the Obama administration made it clear that it still plans to resettle at least 10,000 Syrian refugees in communities all over the United States within the next year.  Thanks to Obama, the U.S. has already been absorbing thousands of refugees from the Middle East each year, and as you will see below, just last week administration officials expressed a desire to “increase and accelerate” that process.  So far, the list of states that have received the most refugees includes Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.  But by the time it is all said and done, it is likely that Syrian refugees will end up in virtually every major city in the United States.  The U.S. State Department has established “refugee processing centers” in 48 different states, and you can view the entire list right here.  Considering what just took place in Paris, is this really a good idea?

In recent months, the massive influx of refugees into Europe has created a complete and utter nightmare.  Large numbers of refugees have gotten “lost”, violent crime is out of control in many of the areas where these refugees have been resettled, and nations that were once extremely peaceful such as Norway and Sweden are now dealing with an epidemic of rape.  For much, much more on the horror that Europe is now facing, please check out this excellent video.

And of course you have probably heard by now that at least one of the terrorists that carried out the attacks in Paris came into Europe “as a Syrian migrant”

One of the bombers who carried out the Paris terrorist attacks entered Europe as a Syrian migrant, according to foreign officials.

French authorities matched the remains of one of the suicide bombers from the Friday attacks to a Syrian passport that was used to apply for asylum in Europe, says Greek minister for citizen protection Nikos Toskas.

But even though ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks in France, Barack Obama doesn’t seem very alarmed.  And it was just last week that Obama stated that ISIS had been “contained”.  The following comes from the Hill

The White House has been forced onto the defense over President Obama’s claim that the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has been “contained” — a statement that came one day before the group carried out the deadliest massacre in France in a generation.

“We have contained them,” Obama said in an interview with ABC News that aired on Thursday. “I don’t think they’re gaining strength.”

You would think that what happened on Friday would make Obama rethink things, but that has not happened.

Over the weekend, the Obama administration insisted that plans to resettle Syrian refugees all over America have not changed, and as I mentioned above, just last week officials were expressing a desire “to increase and accelerate the number of Syrian refugees” being resettled inside this country…

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1 comment to Thousands Of Syrian Refugees Being Resettled By Obama Could End Up In 48 Out Of 50 U.S. States

  • Christine

    Ohio, with no jobs for its inhabitants despite Kasich’s self-serving reports (manufacturing left long ago with NAFTA) and a tremendous number of foreclosures:

    has been absorbing an enormous number of refugees and asylum seekers for years, with an illiteracy rate of 13% or above.

    Within refugees, the numbers are staggering.

    Yet, the state appears to be booming: new bridges, new roads, new schools and new prisons everywhere. Public assistance for Ohioans is shrinking at a fast pace. Unemployment for Ohioans is very high.

    What that tells me is very simple: states which welcome refugees are heavily rewarded and governors can capitalize on it for their political advancement (you do recall that Wall Street Kasich is in the race, right?)

    Follow the money, they say. Following the money in JP Morgan Chase hub has been made pretty damn hard since 2000… But there sure seems to be plenty to go around and refugees have certainly been a windfall for some states.

    sofia smallstorm, do you have a comment?

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