85,000 refugees under Obama, but less than 10 to D.C.


The Obama administration admitted nearly 85,000 refugees last year, the most since 1999, but less than 10 were settled in President Obama‘s backyard of Washington, D.C., or .01 percent, according to the State Department.

Overall, 84,995 refugees were accepted under Obama’s program of greatly expanding the program to include Syrians. About a quarter were settled in just three states, Texas, California and New York, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of the State Department data.

Washington, D.C., however, did not lead by example.

EDITOR’S NOTE: It is clear that the refugee program’s hidden agenda was to change the electoral demographics in favor of Democrats.


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