Timing of Obama's Accelerated Syrian Refugee Influx Just Prior to Paris Attack Raises Questions
Only several days prior to the devastating Paris Attacks, President Barack Obama embarked upon a program to accelerate the number of Mideast refugees flooding into the US, despite plans with the UN, already in place, to import hundreds of thousands of refugees in, over the next several years.
The odd timing of Obama's acceleration has left many Americans wondering if the President, with daily security briefings unavailable to most Americans, might have received information pointing to the need for renewed urgency in speedily getting vast numbers of refugees into the US refugee pipeline, as quickly as possible.
Congress has already begun possible action into limiting the open-flow refugee influx, in view of recent terrorist attacks in Europe, according to a press release from Texas Republican Congressman Brian Babin's website:
"U.S. Rep. Brian Babin (R-TX) took to the House floor on Wednesday night to speak out about the grave threat associated with the U.N.-run refugee program. Babin urged his colleagues to join him in supporting his legislation, the Resettlement Accountability National Security Act (H.R. 3314), which immediately suspends the program to provide Congress time to fully assess the national security risks and investigate its financial burden on federal, state and local taxpayers. To view video of Babin’s speech and read the full transcript, please click here."
Obama's PSD-11 executive order, unknown to most Americans, has specified secret US support of the Muslim brotherhood, a group which has been placed on several nation's terrorist watch lists, including Egypt, Canada, and Russia, the United Arab Emirates, and even US ally Saudi Arabia, among others.
Remarkably, the Muslim Brotherhood doesn't presently appear on the US terrorist watch list, and there may be a reason for that.
According to the Washington Times, "Obama and his administration continue to support the global Islamist militant group known as the Muslim Brotherhood. A White House strategy document regards the group as a moderate alternative to more violent Islamist groups like al-Qaeda and the Islamic State."
ISIS has been characterized as Al -Qaeda in Iraq, even by US military Generals and members of the Obama administration.