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ALERT: German Authorities Make Chilling Discovery in Group of Obama’s Refugees

Conservative Tribune

German officials have confirmed that Islamic terrorists are hiding among refugees flooding into the European country.

According to Breitbart, 369 people with ties to the terrorist group have already infiltrated the country since last year.

Breitbart reported that since 2015, there has been an increase in terrorist infiltration, and 213 reports were recorded up to early January. Of those cases, 18 were under federal investigation.

A German police spokesperson confirmed the events, saying, “German security authorities have indications that members and supporters of terrorist organizations are infiltrating groups of migrants in a focused and organized way, in order to launch attacks in Germany.”

In fact, 40 cases were being considered at the federal and state level in Germany.

German officials are right to worry about the refugees pouring through their borders. The suicide bombers of the Paris attacks were believed to be refugees who came into Europe through the Balkan route.

Officials have also said that 60 percent of refugees coming into Germany do not have a passport or identifying documents. As a result, police and the German government can not identify who may or may not be a radical Islamic terrorist and a threat to their country.

And in America, President Barack Obama has approved the influx of thousands of refugees to the country.

Since Oct. 2015, 10,000 Syrian refugees have arrived in the country from Jordan, and Obama hopes that 10,000 more Syrian refugees will resettle in America by Sept. 30 of this year.

As of yet, no one has been reporting how may refugees have come into America with ties to radical Islamic terrorism.

And if President Barack Obama’s federal government knows, it’s not saying.

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