Democrats that would require more screening of refugees
So, who’s putting our families at risk?
Of course we have to accept the fact that Islam is the religion of peace and that Muslims from Syria and other African nations are just coming here because they love America. They’re tired of global warming and tired of the butchering of their families and friends by ISIS.
Here’s a few pictures of those poor Muslim families fleeing war-torn regions of Africa …
For some reason I don’t see even one female in any of the above pictures. I guess there’s not that many women in the Muslim nations.
But I don’t want to seeM “racist” though I still can’t figure out how Muslims are a race of people.
Thanks to Bare Naked Islam for the pictures.
Now here’s a related story …
Senate Democrats block Syria refugee bill
U.S. Senate Democrats on Wednesday narrowly blocked legislation that would slow the entry of refugees from Syria and Iraq to the United States in a contentious vote cloaked in presidential election-year politics.
The vote was 55-43, with “yes” votes falling short of the 60 needed to advance the Republican-backed measure in the 100-member Senate. No Republicans voted against the bill, and only two Democrats backed it.
Among other things, the bill would halt the admission of refugees and require high-level U.S. officials to verify that each refugee from Iraq and Syria posed no security risk before being allowed into the United States.
Republicans said the tighter screening was essential to ensure the safety of Americans and prevent attacks within the country by Islamic State and other militant groups.
“This bipartisan bill would allow Washington to step back, take a breath and ensure it has the correct policies and security screenings in place,” Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said in the Senate before the vote.
Democrats called the legislation an attack on people who are fleeing war. They accused Republicans of holding the vote to allow their 2016 presidential candidates serving in the Senate to back legislation touted as tough on security.
All three Senate Republican 2016 presidential hopefuls, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio, backed the bill. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders missed the vote.
Little wonder why Donald Trump is getting so much support.