The Syrian refugees have become a hot button issue in American politics, and even more so after seeing what countries in Europe have gone through after welcoming the immigrants with open arms.
At the turn of the new year, more than a thousand men, many of whom were described as Middle Eastern and North African, were congregating at the train station in Cologne, Germany. From there, the group broke off into smaller groups, and traveled to the city square, where they initiated a coordinated attack against any women that they found.
They began groping, molesting, undressing, robbing, and in some cases raping the women, who were prevented from escaping. It was a traumatic nightmare for hundreds of women who filed complaints with the police over the next couple days.
The police, sensitive to the anti-refugee sentiment that was already flowing through the German people, attempted to downplay the national origins of the attackers, but the people soon figured it out when reports that some of those apprehended in the attacks were refugees, more specifically, Syrian refugees.
Reports emerged that those who were arrested were shouting,
“I’m a Syrian! You have to treat me kindly! Mrs. Merkel invited me.”
That’s correct, after being arrested for partaking in the group that was gang-raping the women of the country that invited him, the ‘refugee’ explained that he was above the lawbecause Merkel invited him.
What’s even more frightening, is that we can see things like this happening in Europe on a regular basis with the refugees, and yet President Barack Obama is planning on moving ahead with his plan of importing another 10,000 Syrian refugees without the ability to screen them for terrorist ties.
Even worse than that, however, is that Hillary Clinton has pledged, if she were to secure the White House, to increase the number of refugees by more than 6 times.
“I think the United States has to do more, and I would like to see us move from what is a good start, with 10,000 to 65,000.”
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