On Wednesday’s Breitbart News Daily (6AM-9AM ET on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125), conservative journalist Michelle Malkin said there needs to be a moratorium on Syrian refugees and blasted President Barack Obama as a “petty, partisan man-child” who mocks GOP presidential candidates for being afraid of orphans and widows while “the headlines are crackling with new arrests of these ‘refujihadists.’”
Just like Obama declared that ISIS was being “contained” the day before the Paris terror attacks, Obama said hours before French authorities engaged in a seven-hour gunfight with Islamic radicals linked to the Paris terror attacks in which at least one of the perpetrators had posed as a Syrian refugee that those opposed to resettling Syrian refugees across America are “scared of widows and three-year-old orphans”
“Obama is a petty, partisan man-child,” Malkin told host and Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon. “And in times of adversity and in times of crisis, his true colors come out… On the world’s stage, when we are under siege by civilizational jihadists, this is the rhetoric that we get?”
Malkin said that “we absolutely need to have a moratorium” on Syrian refugees, especially since, “we cannot tell the difference between bonafide refugees—people who are bonafide escapees from political or religious persecution—because the whole thing has been such a game.”
Malkin, the author of the blockbuster new book, Sold Out: How High-Tech Billionaires & Bipartisan Beltway Crapweasels Are Screwing America’s Best & Brightest Workers , said the refugee crisis underscores “the complete bureaucratic overload, the feckless incompetence of our entire federal immigration and entrance system—to vet them before they get in, to find them when we know they are a danger here, and to kick them out and keep them out permanently.” And she said that “finally” some attention may now be paid to “all those citizen watchdogs who for so long have been warning about the entire refugee resettlement racket.”
She pointed out that though there is this “partisan, progressive rhetoric that is trying to make it look like only meanie Republicans are objecting to it,” there are “Democratic mayors all along the eastern seaboard who have had to deal with the welfare costs, the overcrowding of the schools, the cultural lack of assimilation—the refusal to assimilate—and of course the cashing in and selling out of our country and its people by not just the government but by all of these tax-subsidized left-wing voluntary agencies… to left-wing social justice and religious groups.”
She added that the “vetting rhetoric that we’re now hearing from a lot of these open-borders Republicans who really need to get with the program” reminds her “of all of the phony, empty background-check rhetoric we heard” during the debate over the Senate’s “Gang of Eight” amnesty bill when amnesty advocates said “if we all had a good vetting process it will all be okay.”
Malkin added that even immigration lawyers are “brazen and open about their use of ‘chop shop’ and making sure their clients win their way through the refugee roulette.” She said that even “by their own admission, these voluntary agents do not track them and abandon them as soon as they collect their per-head fees for bringing in these refugees… and because of chain migration, it is an endless racket… and there is absolutely no mission to assimilate.”
Malkin also pointed out that while “communities have been overwhelmed” by the influx of refugees and immigrants, the refugee resettlement racket—”coupled with their support for massive illegal alien amnesty”—is also a way for Catholic and Lutheran churches to fill their pews.
She said that “it behooves any member of these churches… to really press their church leaders on how they are making money off of this and how really uncompassioante this whole racket is.”
“It reeks,” she said of the refugee resettlement racket.
Malkin hoped that “politicians do not shy from this,” but then said, “you know how these crapweasels are… they are going to buckle under the pressure that we’re seeing and they need to be bucked up.”