Monday, March 20, 2017

President Trump About To Surrender On A Refugee Bad Deal?

It appears that someone has got to President Trump.  The deal concerning Muslim refugees on the independent island nation of Nauru that was foisted upon the United States by Barack Hussein Obama a deal that then President-Elect Trump denounced, appears to be going through.  Just over one month ago I reported that President Trump appeared to be successfully using a judo move on the kritarchs that were trying to impose Muslim terrorist refugees on the United States.  President Trump had removed U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) personnel from Nauru and Australia, consequently check-mating moves by the kritarchs and the refugee lobby.  I also pointed out that was a strategy to use on a larger scale: remove all USCIS and Department of State personnel assigned overseas to process refugees.  No employees overseas to do the job, then no refugees would be able to come to the United States.  Another Trump victory.  [Trump’s Options In The Refugee War With The Kritarchs–The Executive Branch Can Refuse To Process The Refugees, by Federale, VDare, February 16, 2017]

However, that was not to be.

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) -- U.S. security officers have begun fingerprinting refugees held on Pacific islands in the final stage of assessing who will find new lives in the United States, asylum seekers said Monday.
Department of Homeland Security officers are taking biometric details from refugees on Nauru, including fingerprints, heights and weights, according to a document circulated among asylum seekers and provided to AP by Mehdi, a refugee on the island nation who for security reasons did not want his family name published.

U.S. officials began scheduling appointments with asylum seeker families on Nauru from Monday, Mehdi said.

[US Officials Begin Fingerprinting Refugee Families On Nauru, by Rod McGuirk, AP, March 20, 2017]

However, there is time to stop this bad deal:

If refugees pass the initial fingerprint security screening, they will have face-to-face interviews with Homeland Security officers in Nauru or Papua New Guinea, the document said.
Refugees had been given no indication of how long the security vetting process would take, Mehdi said.

Contact the White House and let President Trump know his first instincts were correct. (202) 456-1111  Or tweet him:




Apparently "extreme vetting" has been promised, but unlikely it includes the only real method of extreme vetting, a polygraph examination.

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