There have been 423 Syrians admitted to US in first two months of fiscal year; 99% are Sunni Muslims. No Christians because it is reported that they are not persecuted. Duh, is there anyone who has not heard of ISIS?
Below is a map (from the Refugee Processing Center) of where the Syrians have been resettled in the US since October 1 (the first day of fiscal year 2016 until yesterday November 30th.)
The money the U.S. spends bringing one refugee to the U.S. could have helped 500 individuals overseas in countries where they currently reside – a concept that Dr. Ben Carson and others, including me, find relevant not only financially but culturally. Plus Dr. Carson spoke with refugees in Jordan’s refugee camps last week and he reports, “The Syrians want to go back to Syria.”
Ann Corcoran pondered in her piece in refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com why so many were settled in PA – one of the top five states where the administration is “seeding” Muslims from Syria. Maybe it’s because of the holiday season and Syrians will like to sample Turkey Hill ice cream which my PA friend, Iver, says is the best ice cream. Or perhaps someone wants you to be the “turkey” soon – well done. My guess, PA is selected because that is where there are more militia training camps than any other state in the US. What a great mountainous place to disappear, and a major PA conflict might turn out to be “seeding” martial law.
Someone is saying, “Oh, Larry why are you seemingly paranoid and afraid of “widows and orphans,” as President Obama said? Well, I am neither paranoid nor afraid. Just sounding alarm and seeking to be ready.
One hundred and eleven Syrians (26 %) are men aged between 14 and 50. Do you think maybe BHO meant “widowers and orphans?”
The age and gender breakdown of the 423 refugees admitted in first two months of FY2016 (Oct-Nov 2015) is:
Under 14: 108 male 88 female
14-50: 111 male 95 female
Over 50: 11 male 10 female
Total: 230 male 193 female
I am just paying attention to the facts. Maybe you should take a closer look at the facts, and grab you phone today for this Action Alert: Call your members of the House and Senate at 202-224-3121 and ask them to vigorously oppose the Refugee Resettlement funding contained in the Omnibus Spending Bill that will be voted on by 12-11-15! Please call by Friday, Dec. 4th. Light up the switchboard and do your part to secure you country and county.
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