One is not yet gone, the other not yet sworn in, but their recent actions paint a clear picture about who they are and what they mean to America.
First up is our soon to be ex-president. Has Obama been busy this week? Yes he has readers. He has been busy secretly negotiating with Australia for the transfer of 2465 refugees from Middle East terror countries, that no one wants, to American soil! These are hard-core refugees whom have been vetted by Australia and deemed inadmissible.
Australia sensibly has set up refugee camps in neighboring Papua New Guinea because they understand the importance of protecting their country from streams of potentially dangerous refugees. It is at these camps that the Ozzies vet the refugees to see who can be safely admitted to their country. If Australia deems them ‘inadmissible” why then has Obama secretly gone out of his way to bring them to America?
“This is a backroom deal, wheeling and dealing with another country’s refugee problem,” Center for Immigration Studies Don Barnett says. This deal made in secrete, without notifying Congress. Republican leaders, in a strongly worded letter to John Kerry and to Department of Homeland Security said: “This situation is concerning for many reasons. Your departments negotiated an international agreement regarding refugees without consulting or notifying Congress”.
Under withering fire, the state Department finally issued this gem of a statement showing its pride in accepting refugees no other country wants. “The United States is proud of its long history as the largest refugee resettlement country in the world… As the President has announced, “our refugee resettlement program has grown substantially in the last year”.
Indeed it has. The Obama administration increased the quota from Oct to Oct to 100,000 refugees, up from 85,000 the previous year. And with one month still to go, the Syrian refugees stand at 14,172, a 625% increase over last year this time. One has to wonder just how difficult these negotiations were? What did Obama have to promise Australia in order for him to take their unwanted refugees off their hands?
Contrast this with President Elect Trumps successful negotiations with Ford and Carrier to keep jobs in America. One brings us unwanted refugees; the other brings us much-needed jobs. Its no wonder Trump won the election by an electoral landslide. Lets just hope we still have a country left after Obama’s tsunami of refugees.
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