A small victory on the immigrant front is still a victory. And in October of 2019, against all odds, America has a victory against the globalist forces attempting to destroy western civilization via infusion and invasion.
The United States is on track to not admit any refugees in October, after already canceling around 500 flights this month, CNN has learned.
A pause on admissions that was expected to lift on Tuesday will now extend into November, leaving those who expected to resettle in the US in limbo.
The CNN article quoted goes on and on talking about how the taxpayers are paying for the flight rescheduling, but, really, some things are worth the price.
The Trump administration has proposed capping the number of refugees allowed into the US at 18,000, a historic low. But in order for refugees to be admitted in the new fiscal year, President Donald Trump has to sign off on the refugee ceiling. The consistent delays in travel suggests Trump has not signed it yet.
What’s that? President Trump may not want to admit people into the nation who do not have our values and goals in their hearts? Imagine that.
Of course, the refugee advocates and people who settle them for a living aren’t happy.
Groups who resettle refugees have grown increasingly concerned over the extensions. Bethany Christian Services, which partners with refugee resettlement agencies, expected to admit unaccompanied minors and place them in foster homes this month.
In four cases, the unaccompanied minors have since turned 18 years old, meaning they’re no longer considered minors and will have to continue to wait at refugee camps in Nigeria and Egypt indefinitely.
Bethany Christian Services has also had to notify families that the relatives they were expecting to arrive this month need to continue to wait.
“To consistently call and say your family member who you thought you were going to be reunified with isn’t coming, it’s difficult,” said Nate Bult, vice president of public and government affairs at Bethany Christian Services. “When you get that phone call once, twice, three times, the refugees we’re working with are concerned it may never happen.”
With the Trump Administration, things are different. Those wanting to maintain the status quo…they’re just going to have to get used to a new sheriff in town.