Syrian Refugees Admitted To U.S. Up 675% In One Year

November 1, 2016

Since the first of January 2016, the Obama administration has resettled a total of 13,210 Syrian refugees into the United States.

During the first 10 months of 2015, 1,705 Syrian refugees were resettled in the U.S. The 675 percent increase from 2015 to 2016 is not slowing down, and concerns have been raised about the fact that the majority are Muslim, and less than one percent were Christian.

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reported that if Christian refugees were being admitted into the U.S. in proportion to their population numbers in Syria, about 1,260 Christians would have been resettled into the U.S. in fiscal year 2016, instead of only 68.

We reported Monday that a federal judge has slammed the Obama administration over the lack of Christian refugees being admitted.

Migrants from all over the world are also coming into the United States as illegal aliens, crossing the Mexico border. Of the 408,000 people who were caught entering the country illegally during fiscal year 2016, more than 8,000 were people from India, China, Romania, Bangladesh and Nepal.

Germany admitted 1.1 million migrants within the past year, and a new report released Tuesday revealed the country is descending into lawlessness and officials have lost control. According to Germany’s police officials, migrants committed 142,500 crimes during the first six months of 2016, including violent rapes, sexual and physical assaults, stabbings, home invasions, robberies and drug trafficking.

German police say the migrants “have no respect for us” and the courts have become a joke, with cases closed and offenders released.

In a May 16, 2013 speech to Banco Itau, a Brazilian bank, Hillary Clinton said her dream is open trade and open borders.