After two ISIS attacks in the United States happen in the past six months, you would think the Obama administration might look to slow down the intake of refugees.
According to Reuters though, the Obama administration’s U.N. ambassador is actually planning to speed things up.
According to a speech by U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, the administration plans to take in 30,000 refugees over the next two years, which will be long after President Barack Obama left office and no matter what happens this fall.
“Not only are we scaling up our resettlement efforts to admit 15,000 additional refugees this year, but we will scale up by 15,000 more next year to admit 100,000 refugees overall,” Power said.
It’s hard to believe, but watch for yourself in the video below:
Power also mentioned the fact that she was looking to ask other countries to do more for refugees and asked them to give refugees jobs and provide schooling for refugee children.
“We need businesses, big and small, to do more too; which is why tomorrow, the White House is launching a private sector call to action, which will rally companies to do their part, from providing jobs to donating services to refugees,” Power said Wednesday.
“Even as the crisis continues to grow — many countries are making no effort at all to do their fair share,” Power added. “While we often overstate the security threats and economic costs of resettling more refugees, we routinely understate the likely consequences of failing to muster the global response that is needed.”
As for people calling for a tightening of refugee requirements and slowing the resettlement after the attacks in Paris and Orlando, Power says they are all bigots.
‘Ignorance and prejudice make for bad advisers,” Power said.
This is in essence the core value of the Obama administration. These people don’t care about what you think, but only answer to their own progressive agenda.