In an effort to “fast track” islamic refugees into America, ex-President Barack Obama reduced Refugee vetting from 18-24 months to just 3 months.
This was no doubt a terrible mistake as wolves in sheep’s clothing likely went undetected under Obama’s mad rush.
While Obama snuck in refugees as quickly as possible, the liberal media hardly reported on the fast-track, and instead perpetuated the lie that refugees were vetting was a careful process that took close to 2 years.
It might take that long for the bureaucracy to move papers around, but refugees are not security-screened for 2 years.And, today I see that the big lie—that refugees are vetted for 18-24 months—is being perpetuated by ignorant town leaders!
IN FACT, in April 2016, the Obama State Department, desperate to get its promised 10,000 Syrians placed across America, REDUCED THE PROCESS TO 3 MONTHS! He sent a team of interviewers to places like Jordan to push their papers through faster.
What got my attention this morning was a short news story from Rosendale, NY where the Town Board voted to declare their support for refugees so that they could educate the public—what with a big fat lie!
Here is the Daily Freeman:
ROSENDALE, N.Y. >> The Town Board members has declared its support of having refugees resettled in Rosendale and is asking the federal government to continue participating in a program that provides safety to people fleeing armed conflicts and human rights abuses.
A resolution adopted by the board at its most recent meeting was “partly motivated by the need to get the facts out there about the refugee crisis and the U.S. resettlement process,” Councilwoman Jennifer Metzger said.
The resolution notes, among other things, that every refugee seeking to enter the United States undergoes a vetting process that takes 18 to 24 months to complete.
NO! Not “every” refugee is vetted for 18-24 months!
Here at AP in April of last year, we learned that Obama accelerated the time required to process in refugees from Syria.
Gina Kassem, the regional refugee coordinator at the U.S. Embassy in Amman, said that while the target of 10,000 applies to Syrian refugees living around the world, most will be resettled from Jordan.
“The 10,000 (figure) is a floor and not a ceiling, and it is possible to increase the number,” Kassem told reporters.
While the resettlement process usually takes 18 to 24 months, the surge operation will reduce the time to three months, Kassem said.
What the Trump Administration says they want to do during their proposed ‘pause’ in resettlement is review the ‘vetting’ process to make sure it is the strongest security screening possible.