Nov 18, 2015

Cartoon Perfectly Illustrates Obama’s Response To Paris Attacks

By on Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Unrestrained News reports the first load of 10,000 Syrian refugees arrived in New Orleans right before the Paris attacks, and more are coming:
The first transport of refugees arrived in New Orleans recently and will be resettled in Louisiana and 180 other American communities.
According to the French news wire Agence France-Presse, the 10,000 Syrian refugees are first flown to the United States with the State Department paying the International Organization for Migration (IOM) for the airfare.

Then, once the refugees arrive in the country, they could be dispersed across the 180 cities listed above, where they are to aided within the first 30 to 90 days in settling and finding employment in the area.
After approximately 90 days, refugees are no longer eligible for the State Department-funded support that they were receiving through migrant and refugee services. However, they are able to join support programs through the Department of Health and Human Services.
It is unclear how much the screening process for the 10,000 Syrian refugees will cost American taxpayers, although The State Department spent $1.1 billion resettling people from around the world in the country last year — which is about $16,000 per person.
When WVUE Fox 8 News asked former New Orleans FBI chief and anti-terrorism expert Jim Bernazzani if he believes this is a legitimate concern, he responded, “If I was in charge of ISIL, logistically I’d take advantage of this situation and put my people in, into the United States.”

Bernazzani added, “Now with that said, the FBI is on top of this big time with our Joint Terrorism Task Force and we have what’s called a Terrorist Screening Center that these individuals will be run through.”
However, not every refugee seeking admission to the U.S. would face the same scrutiny.
“It’s going to be the 18- to 45-year-old male for the most part,” he said. “It’s a percentage game. It’s not fail-safe, but it’s a percentage game.”


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