Obama to Bring 70,000 Refugees to America in 2014

By on October 6, 2013
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A population larger than Iowa City will be “coming to America”. The Boston Marathon Bombers of tomorrow have to start somewhere.

Barack Obama has determined that up to 70,000 refugees will be admitted to the U.S. during fiscal year 2014.

In his memorandum for Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday, Obama said his decision is “justified by humanitarian concerns or is otherwise in the national interest.”

National interest? Really?

The memo further states that the admissions “shall be allocated among refugees of special humanitarian concern to the United States”.

By United States, Obama means himself. The refugee breakdown has been set at…

15,000 from Africa, 14,000 from East Asia, 1,000 from Europe and Central Asia, 5,000 from the Caribbean and Latin America, 33,000 from Near East and South Asia and 2,000 set for “unallocated reserve…

It is believed that some or all of the 2,000 admissions in this category may be Syrian refugees

They can continue their fine work killing people right over differences of religion right here. It’s one of those jobs that Americans just won’t do.

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