Obama’s UN Ambassador Says U.S. Will Take 30,000 More Refugees Over Next Two Years (VIDEO)

Samantha Power

It doesn’t matter how many times the American people tell the Obama administration they don’t want the country flooded with refugees. They don’t care that ISIS has vowed to infiltrate the refugee population. They ignore recent terror attacks in Orlando and San Bernardino.

They’re just going to do what they want to do.

Obama’s UN Ambassador Samantha Power said at a recent event that the U.S. will take at least 30,000 more refugees over the next two years.

Reuters has more:

U.S. to rally business for refugees, Obama aims to double global resettlement

The White House will on Thursday rally businesses to give jobs to refugees ahead of a September summit where U.S. President Barack Obama will urge world leaders to boost humanitarian funds by a third and double the number of refugees being resettled.

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, said on Wednesday that the Obama summit during the annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations would also aim to get one million refugee children in school and one million more refugees access to legal work in the neighboring countries they fled to.

“The summit is by no means a panacea; even if we hit every target, our response will still not match the scale of the crisis,” Power told the United States Institute of Peace, adding that it would boost the number of countries trying to help.

Watch Power say the U.S. will take 30,000 more refugees:

They have their goals and they’re moving forward.

They really don’t care what the American people think.

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