Hundreds of unfortunate folks (those who don't have the luxury of a Secret Service detail or private security to protect them) have been killed by terrorists who have pledged their allegiance to ISIS.
Now in the United States, Syrian "refugees" are pouring in like water into the Titanic, and America is on track for the 10,000 refugees that Barack Hussein Obama called for before the end of September.
Of course there is no tangible way to get them properly vetted because they are lacking background information, but perhaps the Obama administration thinks that now they're here, we'll be able to keep a better eye on them. "And if they try any of their workplace violence shenanigans, we'll be able to nip that problem right in the bud."
For some reason, Republicans are worried about the security concerns we face taking in the refugees. What a bunch of worry warts.
July boasted 2,340 Syrian refugees in the United States and lucky for them, our millionaires and billionaires, along with the middle class, will be giving them financial support, education, free stuff, medical care, and all the legal rights they need to fight us in court if convicted of rape, terrorism or anything else.
But if we don't do it, CAIR will step in to help them.
Last month's figure is more than the admissions of the entire seven months after Obama directed his sedition team to prepare for 10,000 invaders who come from war-torn nations for which they refuse to fight--and the majority of the refugees have historically been military age men.
The total of refugee influx has reached 7,900 mostly Sunni Muslims, as is ISIS.
Homeland Security (which is an oxymoron) Secretary Jeh Johnson said earlier in the week that the United States is right on schedule. At the present pace, we'll be sure to have enough undercover ISIS jihadists to ensure that we're going to "make America perilous again."
FBI Director and current president of the Hillary Clinton Fan Club, James Comey predicted a "terrorist diaspora out of Syria." But hello . . . it's James Comey--can we really believe him?
Yet many Republicans do believe Comey's prediction and are warning that the flow of refugees poses a threat to us and Western Europe.
Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-Fla.) wrote a letter to Barack Hussein Obama asking him to "immediately stop accepting Syrian refugees as a matter of national security."
Mr. Obama gave his signature "Hey stupid smile" and said that he's not at all worried about security. He's got his men to keep him warned.
Buchanan wrote: "We are seeing a clear pattern in which a number of recent attacks have been carried out by ISIS terrorists with ties to Syria, including: the July 24 bombing of a music festival in Germany; the July 26 killing of a French priest; and the July 24 murder of a German woman with a machete. Syrian refugees played a part, either as attackers or accomplices, in all three attacks.
"In the context of this clear threat, your goal of admitting 10,000 Syrians as a part of a so-called 'surge operation' is extremely troubling . . . Terrorists are leaving Syria disguised as refugees and carrying out attacks in the West. The prudent course of action is to halt all admissions of Syrians into the U.S. until the safety of Americans can be guaranteed."
Obama just smiled again and told Buchanan that he's been reading too many Vince Flynn novels.
"There's nothing to worry about, Vern. Do you see me worrying? ISIS is like the WBA playing the NBA," he said in a comment that was not reported by the liberal media because it might have been considered sexist. "And we're the damn NBA."
Donald Trump didn't miss a beat. In a statement Thursday night, his campaign said the administration was "dangerously expediting their admission."
Mr. Trump also tweeted: "Obama and Lyin' Hillary have got to be nuts, nuts to allow these Muslims to come here unvetted. And I love Muslims, I love them, but you gotta use your head folks."
According to federal government data, the Syrian refugees along with the undercover ISIS jihadists, are being re-settled in states across the country including New York, California and Arizona.
The "White Lie House" claims that the screening process for refugees takes a year to 18 months and includes face-to-face or face-to-hijab interviews and a review of fictitious biographical information along with biometrics (like fingerprints and things that Syrians don't really keep on record).
The administration claims that it is focused on bringing in the most desperate refugees, but if they're so desperate, are we really screening them for 12 to 18 months? I bet someone is telling another "white lie."
Secretary of State and bicycling aficionado, John Kerry, spoke with reporters during a jaunt to Beunos Aires, Argentina.
Kerry lied that the US has developed "sufficient methods" of screening would-be refugees, such as asking them if they packed their own bags and if they plan to go all out jihad on us after they arrive here.
"We are very comfortable that we are bringing people in who will be a great plus to our country," Kerry said, referring to how they will encourage our schools to teach the wonders of Islamic customs and Sharia.
Kerry said that "not one event in the United States, of terror" has been committed by a refugee allowed to re-settle in the U.S.
But it's too soon to spike the ball, Kerry.
And besides, there have been instances where, for example, two Iraqi refugees were arrested in 2011 for plotting to assist Al Qaeda with weapons and money in order to fight American troops in Iraq.
And again, it's too soon to tell if we've created our own terrorist problem at home.
Kerry got into his incessant repetition of phrases: "We believe . . . the people who are fleeing Syria are the most harmed by terrorism. They are parents. They are children. They are orphans. It is very important that we do not close our hearts to the victims of such violence" [as they will one day vote Democrat].
If illegal immigrants tended to vote Republican, there would be no illegal immigrants under a Democratic administration. I suspect the converse is also true, but the reality is, the Democrats have the market cornered on the immigrant scene.
The most disturbing fact is one that was mentioned above: ISIS has promised to infiltrate themselves among the refugees.
And you can bet the farm that Mr. Kerry will not be having Syrian refugees living in his neighborhood.