Martin O’Malley, who is famous for being infamous in his own state and for apologizing to #BlackLivesMatter, is possibly gaining new fame for his claim that “we can’t lead credibly if we do not take 65,000 refugees.
He thinks people who feel otherwise are xenophobes and believes we should take the people recommended “by these organizations”.
Perhaps a better idea is to send money and goods to help the people fleeing.
The FBI has told the American people they can’t properly screen them, particularly refugees from failed states like Libya, Somalia, Iraq, and Syria.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) aka The UN Refugee Agency is screening the refugees from Third World countries coming into our country.
The UNHCR works in full cooperation with The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), an organization of the 57 Arab states. They say they are the collective voice of the Muslim world. The OIC is the largest international organization outside of the U.N.
The OIC is considered to be a radical organization. For example, they have repeatedly attempted to inflict their Declaration of Human Rights on our country. The declaration aligns with Shari’ah Law. They expressed a desire to make it illegal to criticize Islam in the United States.
At a press conference in May, Rep. McCaul, Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said the following according to The Hill:
The head of the House Homeland Security Committee says an Obama administration plan to resettle Syrian refugees in the U.S. is a “serious mistake” and should be stopped until safeguards are in place.
“We have no way… to know who these people are and so I think bringing them in is a serious mistake,” Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas) said during a Christian Science Monitor breakfast on Thursday.
McCaul said the U.S. has “no intelligence footprint or capability” inside Syria to ensure refugees mean no harm.
“We don’t have databases on these individuals so we can’t properly vet them,” he added, “to know where they came from, to know what threat they pose, because we don’t have the data to cross-reference them with.”
McCaul, who has visited Syrian refugee camps overseas, said that while there are “a lot of mothers and kids, there are [also] a lot of males of the age that could conduct terrorist operations.”
“That concerns me,” he added.
In a letter sent to the president in June, McCaul wrote, that he has deep concern about the administration’s announced plans to resettle 2,000 Syrian refugees this year and the 11,000 already in the pipeline to enter the U.S. in some near future. [now it’s thousands more]
“Terrorists have made known their plans to attempt to exploit refugee programs to sneak terrorists into the West and the U.S. homeland,” McCaul pointed out.