World Net Daily has the scoop:
President Obama and Congress have agreed to fund the permanent resettlement of 10,000 Syrian refugees, but the number of Syrians entering the U.S. over the next three years will end up being much larger.
Possibly up to 10 times larger, says one analyst who follows the global refugee movement. And it’s all about to be done under the radar of Congress with nearly zero media coverage. Fresh evidence to that effect has come from the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees Filippo Grande and a statement by the U.S. State Department.
Together, those statements indicate the U.N. has many more Syrians in store for the U.S. than what Obama has publicly acknowledged.
The entire article is worth a read. But what it points to is Obama's intention to subvert the will of the people, who have told their elected officials in no uncertain terms that they don't want radical Islamists resettled in their country. But by altering the langauge, referring to them as "displaced people," and appealing to the authority of national security agencies and multinational organizations like the UNHCR, he's going to attempt to hoodwink the American public into opening our shores to those who want to do us harm.
Let your elected representatives know you won't stand for this!