U.S. State Department Sets Single Day Record For APPROVING SYRIAN REFUGEES
No matter how many times the American people say they don’t want the country flooded with Syrian refugees, Obama refuses to hear it and just does whatever he wants.
The State Department is fast-tracking refugees for approval and even set a new record.
The Washington Times reports:
State Department sets new single-day record for Syrian refugee approvals
The State Department admitted 80 Syrian refugees on Tuesday and 225 on Monday, setting a new single-day record as President Obama surges to try to meet his target of 10,000 approvals this year — sparking renewed fears among security experts who say corners are being cut to meet a political goal.
Officials insisted they’re moving faster because they’re getting better at screening, and say they’re still running all the traps on applicants.
But the new spike in numbers is stunning, with more people accepted on Monday alone than were approved in the entire months of January or February.
“The Obama administration is on full throttle to admit as many people as possible before the time clock runs out on them,” said Jessica Vaughan, policy studies director at the Center for Immigration Studies. “This is the classic scenario when political expediency trumps prudence, and someone slips through who shouldn’t have, and tragedy ensues.”
Powerless to stop the civil war in Syria, Mr. Obama has instead offered the U.S. as a safe haven for those fleeing the conflict, promising to accept 10,000 refugees between Oct. 1 and Sept. 30. As of Tuesday evening, he’d approved 2,540 — an average of about 10 applications a day.
The FBI has gone on record, saying it would be impossible for them to vet all of these refugees and ISIS has sworn to infiltrate their ranks but Obama persists.
At some point, his motives need to be questioned.