Meanwhile, as the public is distracted by the presidential race,
The White House is quietly pushing for an increase in refugees from Syria, despite new concerns raised by state and county officials that federal help is often missing when they arrive.
The Feds are good at creating — or importing — serious problems, but not so good at paying for them.
President Obama’s assistant for immigration policy told a task force set up by the National Association of Counties that the U.S. is eyeing a bigger role to help alleviate the growing crisis.
The reason the crisis keeps growing is it keeps working. It will disappear the moment Western countries stop allowing themselves to be colonized.
“We want to make sure that we can increase our numbers of refugees that are able to settle here,” Felicia Escobar said.
Just how many are we talking about?
There are an estimated 4.2 million Syrian refugees.
Presumably that only counts the Syrian refugees who are really from Syria. Colonists from throughout the Islamic world have been pouring into Europe, calling themselves Syrian to achieve easy asylum. Given the explosive birthrates of the Middle East, the supply of them is essentially infinite. Democrats can count on their political support; consequently, they will import as many as they can. This policy will continue under President Shrillary if the GOP fails to nominate an electable candidate.
On a tip from Shawn R.