WHOA! Look What Happened To Refugees In The First 6 Months Of Trump’s Presidency

Dean James AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

According to statistics released by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) the number of refugees who entered the U.S. during President Trump’s first three months compared to the last months of President Obama’s term was cut nearly in half.

Hell yeah!

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The statistics show that a total of 13,000 refugees were admitted to the U.S. in the past three months, compared to 25,000 under Obama, The Los Angeles Times reported.

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The most popular countries of origins remained the same: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Syria, Iraq, Somalia and Myanmar.

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Hussein had set the ceiling of 110,000 refugee arrivals across the U.S.

President Trump cut that number to 50,000 this year.

Congress has approved a budget for only 75,000 for this fiscal year. A U.S. State Department spokesman said the country is now resettling 900 refugee arrivals weekly, to remain within that budget.

THAT’S 900 A WEEK TOO MANY.

WE DON’T WANT THEM HERE.THEY ARE COMPLETELY USELESS AND CAN’T ASSIMILATE TO CIVILIZED SOCIETIES. 

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THAT’S A FACT JACK! 

Fox reports that Trump was praised by many supporters and criticized by others. Erol Kekic, executive director of the Immigration and Refugee Program for Church World Service, said at the time, “This program simply can’t be turned on and off like a faucet.”

Federal court rulings have blocked Trump’s executive orders suspending arrivals from certain majority Muslim nations. But the lower U.S. admissions numbers have disrupted a finely tuned, federally funded process that begins with exhaustive 18-month security screenings abroad.

Trump is moving to significantly reduce the number of refugees allowed to enter the United States, even as his bid to temporarily suspend admissions is stalled in the courts.

The statistics show that the Obama administration made an effort to increase the number of refugees before Trump by 86 percent.

There are more than 63 million refugees worldwide, according to the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees.

1.4 million U.S. veterans are at risk of homelessness.

This may be due to poverty, overcrowding in government housing, and lack of support networks. Research indicates that those who served in the late Vietnam and post-Vietnam era are at greatest risk of homelessness. War-related disabilities or disorders often contribute to veteran homelessness, including physical disabilities, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury, depression and anxiety, and addiction.

564,708 people in the U.S. are homeless.

According to a recent report, over half a million people were living on the streets, in cars, in homeless shelters, or in subsidized transitional housing during a one-night national survey last January. Of that number, 206,286 were people in families, 358,422 were individuals, and a quarter of the entire group were children.

Yeah, so let’s help our own people before we take in 1 more freaking foreigner.

Sound like a plan?

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