Texas Governor Just Boldly Stood Up Against Obama And His Refugee Plan In The Most Texas Way
In the aftermath of the ISIS terror attacks that killed well over 100 people in Paris last week, calls from across the country have been made to end the intake of Syrian refugees.
Despite the ISIS terror attacks in Paris, President Obama wants to expand the number of Syrian refugees coming into the United States. Many, though, are balking at this plan; and leading the way is the State of Texas, which just put an end to Obama’s plans in no uncertain terms.
In the aftermath of the ISIS terror attacks that killed well over 100 people in Paris last week, calls from across the country have been made to end the intake of Syrian refugees; and Texas, Alabama, and Michigan have all expressed opposition to Obama’s plan to increase the intake of Syrian refugees coming into their states.
Greg Abbott, the Governor of Texas, issued a letter on Monday telling the President that his state would not take any more Syrian refugees in the current climate of threats of terrorism here in the homeland.
But Abbott didn’t stop there. He went on to say that “American humanitarian compassion could be exploited to expose Americans to similar deadly danger,” and then noted that even the FBI has reported that it cannot stop terrorists from being mixed in with Syrian “refugees.”