In the wake of the Paris bombings by the Islamic terror group ISIS this past weekend some state Governors, such as Alabama Governor Robert Bentley are standing up to the Obama administration and refusing to allow Syrian refugees into their state for resettlement.
As Bentley stated, “I will not stand complicit to a policy that places the citizens of Alabama in harm's way.”
Michigan's Governor Rick Snyder is also seeking to put a halt to new refugee placement in his state, stating “Michigan is a welcoming state and we are proud of our rich history of immigration, but our first priority is protecting the safety of our residents.”
So far at least 26 state governors have made similar statements, and it becomes more and more difficult to rationalize President Barack Obama's determination to bring in an ever increasing number of immigrants from Syria.
And now he is seeking to fast track the processing of immigrants in spite of the absolute inability of the government to ensure that the incoming floods of people do not include ISIS and other Islamic terror cell members seeking to attack the country from within.
Many have postulated that this has nothing to do with compassion for a people at risk, and that Obama is actually seeking to bring down the United States by fomenting internal strife and by undoing the social fabric of American society. A quick look at the Islamic immigrants already here in the country sheds new light on the extreme risk the Islamic culture poses to the United States.
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