The Refugee Resettlement program under Obama was used and abused as a tool to flood cities with so-called ‘refugees’ seeking ‘asylum’ in the US. This is just another asylum scam in many cases even though it was just like many well-meaning government programs in the beginning. This program ended up being a cash cow for resettlement agencies who profited off of each refugee they brought into the US.

Many of the refugees happen to be Muslims. There was controversy during the Obama administration over whether the Muslims coming from Syria and other Muslim countries could be properly vetted. The consensus within our intel agencies was that these ‘refugees’ couldn’t be properly vetted. What just happened in Pittsburgh is what anti-refugee supporters were trying to avoid…terrorism:

A Syrian refugee who arrived during Obama’s administration has been arrested on terrorism charges after he allegedly planned an attack on the Legacy International Worship Center on the North Side of Pittsburgh.

Syrian Refugee Mustafa Alowemer, a 21-year-old, is facing one count of attempting to provide material support and resources to ISIS and two counts of distributing information relating to an explosive, destructive device or weapon of mass destruction.

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CBS local reports: Assistant Attorney General Demers made a statement about the arrest:

“Targeting places of worship is beyond the pale, no matter what the motivation. The defendant is alleged to have plotted just such an attack of a church in Pittsburgh in the name of ISIS. The National Security Division and our partners will continue our efforts to identify and bring to justice individuals in our country who seek to commit violence on behalf of ISIS and other terrorist organizations. I want to thank the agents, analysts, and prosecutors who are responsible for this investigation.”

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FBI Pittsburgh Joint Terrorism Task Force discovered the man who was inspired by ISIS had plotted to place a bomb in the church and he was inspired by ISIS.

Even though Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto thanked the FBI for their work on the case, he went too far to “reaffirm his support for the immigrant and refugee community”. Why would he need to do that?

Pittsburgh Mayor Peduto was in hot water during the Obama administration when he said he would take 500 Syrian refugees.  Has Pittsburgh run out of poor homeless people to take care of? Peduto prioritized refugees over the citizens already living in Pittsburgh.

This is the statement from Peduto reassuring the refugees even though he should be reassuring the Christians, right?

“Pittsburgh has historically been a home for refugees and immigrants and will continue to be one,” he said. “In debates over the refugee crisis the past several years, as people from around the world have sought to flee violence and misery and seek better lives for their families in the United States, I have always been consistent in our message: we welcome all refugees and immigrants, and we oppose hate against anyone in any form, and we also cooperate with law enforcement whenever legitimate and dangerous crimes are threatening us. Today, unfortunately, those threats come from everywhere. The record shows most terrorists attacking the United States are domestic, such as the man who murdered 11 Tree of Life worshippers in October. The City of Pittsburgh will continue to welcome newcomers to our city and nation, while diligently working with federal law enforcement and others to keep us safe, and to eradicate all attempts to threaten and terrify us.”


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