Some great thinking behind some great writing
“…The Left loves to play the Christianity/morality card back on us. In essence, they like to use our Good Samaritan tendencies to our own detriment. We are told by pundits, Democrat politicians, Hollywood, media, etc. that we are unkind, unchristian, and unfeeling if we turn our backs on refugees coming from these Middle Eastern hellholes. The Left has always had a strong tendency to be very charitable with your money, but now… they’d like to be charitable with your life and the lives of your family.
It is estimated by the Left that less than 1% of refugees coming into the U.S. would have direct terrorist involvement. That seems so small, one is supposed to feel safe, and overreacting. But let’s do some math. Hillary wanted to increase said immigration by 500,000. That translates to 5,000 terrorists coming into the U.S. under the radar. The World Trade Center atrocity was carried out by only 7 terrorists. Ponder what 5,000 would be capable of. And ponder that one-tenth of 1% is 500 terrorists. Are we supposed to be good with that?
If you are being beaten up with an argument that the U,S. has always welcomed immigrants then ask when in U.S. history has there ever been an immigrant group with a significant yet invisible subgroup that would actively work to cause mayhem and death in the U.S.? Was this true of Poles, Italians, Jews, Irish, Vietnamese, or Chinese? The answer is definitively, “no.” Should we feel terrible for the innocent who are seeking to flee this horror? Yes, undoubtedly. But that does not justify throwing one’s neighbours under the bus.
The Left will take great pains to make sure that the resettlements are done in your neighbourhood, not theirs. Don’t look for refugee resettlement in Beverly Hills, Chicago’s Arlington Heights, Greenwich, Connecticut, Philadelphia’s Main Line, or good old Georgetown.
The Left delights in muddled thinking, especially muddling your thinking. Don’t let this occur. Furthermore, don’t let it occur for your elected officials either…” Conversing with leftist relatives