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Obama Fast Tracks 1,800 Muslims Migrants to the US That Australia Rejected

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 5:58
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by Tim Brown

Well, Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah knows his time is
short and he is probably more dangerous at this point than the
entire eight years previous. Reports are now coming forward that he
is attempting to fast track 1,800 Muslim migrants into the US that
were rejected by Australia as illegal aliens.

WND reports:

Congress only learned of the deal through media reports two
weeks ago and, according to a letter sent to administration
officials by Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Rep. Bob Goodlatte,
R-Va., the deal is not only a matter of grave national security
concern, but it could be illegal.

That’s because it amounts to an international treaty that
Secretary of State John Kerry negotiated without consulting or
notifying Congress according to Article II, Section II of the U.S.
Constitution, according to the letter, sent by the two lawmakers
Nov. 22 to Kerry and DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson.

Nearly 2,500 of them were interdicted off the coast of Australia
in 2013 in accordance with that country’s policy of not accepting
any of the wave of “refugees” streaming out of the Middle East.
Unlike Europe, Australia effectively said “no” to the United
Nations’ plan to open up Western democracies for millions of
refugees fleeing not only the Syrian civil war but conflicts in
Afghanistan, Somalia, Sudan and even countries like Pakistan that
are not at war. Germany alone has accepted 1.5 million Muslim
refugees and subjected itself to thousands of sexual assaults on
its women and girls.

But migrants who tried to get to Australia did not find a
welcome mat. They were rescued by the Australian coast guard from
their unsafe vessels and taken to off-shore camps on the Islands of
Papua New Guinea and Nauru, where they have remained ever since.
The United Nations stepped in and is looking for countries that
will take the asylum seekers.

The U.N. found a taker in the Obama administration. Kerry
confirmed he had reached a deal to take an undetermined number of
the 2,465 aliens for permanent resettlement in the United States.
Goodlatte and Grassley said they have since found out that up to
1,800 of the boat people could end up being distributed to U.S.
cities and towns. But very little information has been released
about the aliens or how many will end up in which American
The letter by representatives read in part:

“This situation is concerning for many reasons. First, your
departments negotiated an international agreement regarding
refugees without consulting or notifying Congress. Such information
was not disclosed to Congress during the annual refugee
consultation that occurred on September 13, 2016, even though your
staff confirmed that the agreement had, at the time, been
negotiated ‘for months.’ Second, the agreement and the number of
refugees to be resettled has been deemed by your departments as
classified, thus the American people are left in the dark as to the
rationale for this agreement. Third, the individuals who will be
resettled are coming from countries of national security concern.
In fact, two of the countries are officially designated by the
State Department to be State Sponsors of Terrorism. Finally, it
begs the question why Australia and other countries refuse to admit
these individuals, what other countries are doing to help alleviate
the situation, what kind of precedent this sets for future refugees
interdicted at sea by Australian forces and prevented from entering
Australia, and how a similar situation will be prevented in the


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