So even under the new regime, the refugees are still rolling in.
Since Donald Trump’s first full day in the White House on Jan. 21, the U.S. has imported nearly 2,000 refugees from around the world, with about half coming from Muslim-dominated countries.
The expected executive orders to halt all resettlements of refugees for four months while the administration searches for a better system of vetting was originally said to be coming Thursday, but it now appears that was premature.
Friday may be the day. Some sources say it could be put off until Saturday.
For every day the administration fails to act, hundreds more refugees arrive from the Third World.
On Thursday alone, 541 United Nations-selected refugees arrived in the United States.
Among the nations that are sending Muslims to the U.S. as “refugees,” the following are the numbers that have entered since Trump took office:
- Syria – 266
- Somalia – 211
- Burma – 185
- Iraq – 183
- Sudan – 37
- Afghanistan – 13 Source: Wrapsnet.org