Refugee Admittance to US Down 87 Percent

Say what you will about Donald Trump and his administration, but his policies are working. When it comes to addressing problems with the refugee system, he’s been making some progress.

There has been a drastic decrease in the number of refugees who have entered the United States.

According to Fox News:

Refugee admittance dropped drastically under the Trump administration.

Admission is down 87 percent in the first month of fiscal year 2018. The number dropped from 9945 refugees last fiscal year to 1242 this year.

Muslim refugee entry slowed from 45 percent to 23 percent.

President Trump has ordered “enhanced vetting” now that his ban on refugees on certain countries known to harbor terrorism has expired.

President Obama capped refugees per year at 110,000. Trump has lowered that number 45,000 for the fiscal year that started last month.

Down 87%!

Everyone was so concerned about Trump’s 100 days and his lack of legislative progress. What about this?!?!

Now, maybe some of you are thinking “is this a good thing?

Of course it is.

A country without borders is no country at all.

Now, before you start quoting that poem on the bottom of the Statue of Liberty, let me share with you this story from The Independent.

The Polish Prime Minister declared that London’s terror problem is related to their refugee policy.

Poland’s Prime Minister has linked the Westminster attack to Europe’s migration policy and claiming it was “impossible” not to connect the two issues.

“I hear in Europe very often: ‘Do not connect the migration policy with terrorism,’ but it is impossible not to connect them,” Beata Szydlo told the broadcaster TVN24.

It has since emerged that the attacker, Khalid Masood, was born in Kent as Adrian Russell Elms, before later changing his name.

Four people were killed and at least 50 people were injured when he ploughed his car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge.

He then stabbed PC Keith Palmer to death outside the Houses of Parliament.

Ms Szydlo’s comments came shortly after the EU’s migration commissioner, Dimitris Avramopoulos, on a visit to Warsaw, warned member states against failing to host refugees to help alleviate pressure on frontline states bearing the brunt of arrivals across the Mediterranean.

How many terrorist attacks has Poland experienced?

How many terrorist attacks has Great Britain experienced?

After the Manchester attack, WND reported:

Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Blaszczak considers the threat of migrants “much worse” than the threat of EU sanctions and has said that such waves of mass migration only harm the “security of Poland and the Poles.”

One Polish minister, Ryszard Czarnecki, went even further in his statements on migrants and terror. Czarnecki has said that the only way to protect Poland from terrorist attacks is by not allowing Muslim migrants into the country.

Foreign travel advice provided by the U.K. government recognizes that “there’s no recent history of terrorism in Poland.”

And other countries with similar migrant policies can report the same.

Huh. Maybe there is a connection…

Maybe Trump’s policies actually make sense and are making the United States safer after all. Granted, we should be willing and able to take in legitimate refugees who are fleeing war torn countries, looking for a place of solace, but with the spread of Islamic jihad across the globe, we have to be more cautious about who we admit.

Now, of course, no opponents will listen to that argument–because, of course, they don’t care about facts or logic.

What do you think about this development? Is this good for America?