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NY Post - New York Can't Risk
Taking 'Syrian Refugees'

By Patricia Doyle


Here is another one.  'NY Cannot Risk Taking Syrian Refugees' - The NY Post.    Look at the photo!   ALL of them are males of military age.   They are FIGHTERS…soldiers...and will quickly form rape gangs and begin destroying and killing American women and girls…and even little boys.  Where are their women and elderly?   NYC better watch out because Poughkeepsie is a stone's throw from NYC and White Plains NY.

Why isn't Westchester taking in refugees?  No Chappaqua move to take them.  Chappaqua has big, big mansions and, gosh,  I would think Hillary would want to hire these wonderfully vetted and healthy 'refugees.'   They are INVADERS…end of story.  Hillary put your money and house where your mouth is.  Just like 'rub elbows with your fellow man' Ted Kennedy, Hillary has a big mouth when it comes to taking in refugees…as long as they are put in lower class areas.


Here is the Post article.  Someone there must see what is REALLY going on…

New York Cannot Risk Taking In Syrian Refugees
Even Arab Organizations Admit That 13% Of Refugees Support ISIS
That's Better Than One Out Of Ten.  DO THE MATH

New York can’t risk taking in Syrian refugees
Photo: Reuters

In the wake of the Paris attacks, more than half of America’s governors have taken a stand against the Obama administration’s plan to resettle Syrian refugees in their states. This list includes the Democratic governor of New Hampshire, the governor of Obama’s home state of Illinois and, at last count, 11 states that Obama carried in the last election.

It took a while, but Gov. Cuomo, chief executive of the state that is the No. 1 terror target and that suffered the deadliest terror attack in American history, finally weighed in on Tuesday. Sort of.

Speaking at Harvard’s Kennedy School, Cuomo essentially punted to the feds, explaining pathetically, “It’s up to the federal government; if the federal government lets refugees in, the governor has no authority.”

Yes, refugee policy is the dominion of the federal government. No one is asking Cuomo to craft state immigration or refugee policy. New Yorkers are merely asking him not to assist the federal government in resettling Syrian refugees here and asking him to tell the federal government that this state, like more than two dozen others, doesn’t want refugees from Syria who, according to experts in both parties, cannot be properly vetted.

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas) has acknowledged the difficulty of vetting the refugees. House Intelligence Committee member Rep. Peter King (R-NY) has said, “There is virtually no vetting because there are no databases in Syria.”

Even Sen. Chuck Schumer initially acknowledged that “here, no one gets refugee status until they’re checked out. But what is the status of the lists in Syria? Can we determine the status of a refugee who is validly fleeing? That’s what we have to check out before we let refugees in.”

And if you don’t like what politicians have to say, consider what Obama’s own FBI director, James Comey, said last month. In congressional testimony, Comey said, “If someone has never made a ripple in the pond in Syria in a way that would get their identity or their interest reflected in our database, we can query our database until the cows come home, but there will be nothing to show up because we have no record of them.” Comey also testified that the FBI has 900 active investigations into ISIS and other Islamic terror groups.

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