In an apparent rush to keep ahead of President-elect Donald Trump’s first 100 days plan, the Obama administration has gone full throttle in its effort to welcome Syrian refugees to U.S. communities.
At the present rate, nearly 14,000 Syrians will be welcomed to the United States by October of 2017, 98% of whom are Muslim.
Refugee Resettlement Watch reports that while some proposed resettlement sites have been put on hold due to budget restrictions there are still many communities wherein refugees are being placed at the highest rate in recent times.
A map from Wrapsnet.org shows the number and arrangement of Syrians confirmed for U.S. relocation in the first ten weeks of the current fiscal year, which began on October 1, 2016. The top ten relocation sites are Michigan, California, Pennsylvania, Texas, Arizona, Florida, Ohio, Georgia, Maryland, and New York.
The map shows that 2,671 Syrians have been placed in the U.S. since October. That would translate to a whopping insurgence of 13,889 Muslims by September 30th, 2017, if President Trump decides not to halt the process as he has promised.
‘Donald Trump’s Contract With The American Voter’ calls for suspending immigration from terror-prone regions where vetting cannot safely occur. “All vetting of peoples coming into our country will be considered extreme vetting.”
The question remains: Will Donald Trump follow through for the American people? We can’t wait to find that out.
From Ann Corcoran:
Here are the top ten states so far in FY2017 receiving Syrians.
Data from Wrapsnet puts the percentage of Muslims at 98% and the vast majority of those are Sunnis (remember it is the UN choosing our refugees!).
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