That’s only half, still all states and all Americans vulnerable. Muslim terrorist boasts of freely crossing Europe’s borders and mocks police who had him in their clutches.
This is THE primary role of the federal government – PROTECTING AMERICAN CITIZENS!! Obama has pledged not to stop the Syrian invasion but to accelerate and increase the invasion. Dems & Republicans are doubling funding for it. And what about Somalis? Iraqis? Afghanis? Libyans? Yemenis? Saudis? Egyptians? Jordanians? What about Muslims who are not refugees but find other ways into the U.S.? Who is demanding an end to refugee resettlement programs and investigating the organizations involved in human trafficking? It’s a start, under tragic circumstances, but these issues will determine the future of America.
Source: 25 States Say “No” to Syrian Refugees and ISIS
by Daniel Greenfield
While Obama is doubling down on his plan to bring tens of thousands of Syrians to America, many of them with military training and a fanatical hatred of America, more states are taking a stand against these fake refugees and ISIS.
Wisconsin, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, Maine, Texas, Arizona, Michigan, Arkansas, Indiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Idaho, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Florida, Illinois, Oklahoma, New Mexico, New Jersey, Ohio, South Carolina and Kansas have all come out against dumping Syrian migrants into their states. (It is important to note that these Syrian “refugees” are coming out of countries like Jordan or Turkey where there is no war. That makes them economic migrants, not refugees. They cease to be refugees once they move beyond Jordan or Turkey to a wealthier country for economic reasons.)
The strength of their positions varies from state to state. Some are merely calling for extended reviews like Democrat Maggie Hassan in New Hampshire. Others are serious.
Governor Doug Ducey of Arizona offered one of the more comprehensively technical responses…
“Given the horrifying events in Paris last week, I am calling for an immediate halt in the placement of any new refugees in Arizona. As governor, I am invoking our state’s right under 8 USC, Section 1522 (a), to receive immediate consultation by federal authorities per the United States Refugee Act, and that the federal government take into account the concerns and recommendations of the state of Arizona as they are required to under federal law, in our efforts to keep our homeland safe. I also call on Congress and the President to immediately amend federal law to provide states greater oversight and authority in the administration of the placement of refugees. These acts serve as a reminder that the world remains at war with radical Islamic terrorists. Our national leaders must react with the urgency and leadership that every American expects to protect our citizens.”
In Louisiana, Bobby Jindal has issued an executive order that is one of the most extensive on the list.
NOW THEREFORE, I, BOBBY JINDAL, Governor of the State of Louisiana, by virtue of the authority vested by the Constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana, do hereby order and direct as follows:
SECTION 1: All departments, budget units, agencies, offices, entities, and officers of the executive branch of the State of Louisiana are authorized and directed to utilize all lawful means to prevent the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the State of Louisiana while this Order is in effect.
SECTION 2: The Louisiana State Police, upon receiving information of a Syrian refugee already relocated within the State of Louisiana, are authorized and directed to utilize all lawful means to monitor and avert threats within the State of Louisiana.
SECTION 3: All departments, budget units, agencies, offices, entities, and officers of the executive branch of the State of Louisiana are authorized and directed to cooperate in the implementation of the provisions of this Order.
North Carolina governor Pat McCrory has said that he wants the government to “cease sending Syrian refugees” to his state. In Indiana, Mike Pence is suspending resettlement pending Federal assurances. Nikki Haley in South Carolina gave a somewhat shaky statement on the subject, but appears to have somewhat come out against.
Governor LePage in Maine said, “To bring Syrian refugees into our country without knowing who they are is to invite an attack on American soil just like the one we saw in Paris last week and in New York City on 9/11. That is why I adamantly oppose any attempt by the federal government to place Syrian refugees in Maine, and will take every lawful measure in my power to prevent it from happening.”
In a radio address, the governor who has tried to make the state’s welfare policies less attractive to Somali welfare migrants, said…
“One of the first actions I took as Governor was to ensure Maine is no longer a sanctuary state that harbors illegal aliens. It’s important to follow federal law, and we work with law enforcement and other agencies to assist the federal government on immigration matters.”
“As a free state and country, we are always vulnerable to attack. The safety of our citizens comes first. We need responsible immigration policies to protect not only Americans, but all people.”
In Georgia, Nathan Deal has issued an executive order cracking down on any state agencies participating in resettlement efforts. Kansas governor Sam Brownback also stated that no state agencies will work in resettlement for Syrians. Chris Christie also switched gears and took a firm line against Syrian migration, despite once supporting it. Governor Mary Fallin in Oklahoma called for a suspension.
“My first priority as Governor is the safety of all Kansans. We must take immediate action to ensure terrorists do not enter the nation or our state under the guise of refugee resettlement. The recent attacks in Paris coupled with terrorist organizations indicating a desire to attack the United States are stark reminders of the dangers every nation faces.
“It is imperative that we take action where the White House has not.
“I have therefore directed all state agencies, departments, boards or commissions not to participate or assist in the relocation of Syrian refugees to Kansas. It is unfortunate that we must take this step to protect the safety of Kansans, but the federal government cannot guarantee that Syrian refugees coming to America would not be part of a terrorist organization seeking to harm our citizens.”
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