September 20, 2018
Historians will describe three periods in the history of United States immigration.
During the first period, when immigration worked as the Founders intended, the only people who were let into the country were white Europeans, who would eventually overcome their cultural and linguistic differences and assimilate into a new ethnic group, that of the white American.
During the second period, since the 1965 immigration act, the country was flooded with a brown rainbow of Africans, mestizos and Asians, a process which has pushed white Americans, the only real Americans, to near-minority status in our own country.
Now, we have entered a third era.
A New Era.
This is the Age of Trump.
The Trump administration will slash the U.S. cap for refugee admissions to 30,000 in fiscal 2019 to focus on a backlog of cases and efforts that aim to reduce the number of applicants, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday.
The new ceiling sets a record low for the cap since the refugee program began in 1980. It also represents a reduction of almost one-third after the cap was reduced to 45,000 in 2018.
The president has sole authority to set annual refugee admission caps. President Trump has made reducing refugee admissions a key focus since taking office, citing national security concerns as the primary motive. The previous low was 67,000.
In the early 1990s, refugee admissions topped 110,000 every year, but more recently, the cap hovered between 70,000 and 80,000.
Mr. Pompeo said that the U.S. would focus on helping people to return safely to their homes and to promote burden-sharing with other countries. He also said the U.S. would focus on ending conflicts that were driving a large flow of refugees.
The U.S. has admitted fewer than 20,000 in the fiscal year 2018 through August, according to data released by the State Department. This compares with less than 54,000 in the 2017 fiscal year.
U.S. refugee admissions stood at almost 85,000 in fiscal 2016, former President Obama’s final year in office.
If you have any black pill addicts who are still signaling about “Trump has never done anything, elections don’t work,” you should show them this article.
This is Trump, doing something for you. He’s keeping brown people far away from you and your family, where you don’t have to smell them or be subject to their crimes.
Now, it’s time for you to do something in return.
It’s time for you and your friends and family to choose your future.
Get registered to vote in the midterms, and get your friends registered, and go vote.
If you can’t even be bothered to do that, don’t come complaining to me later when you and your family get raped and cannibalized by somalian refugees. I won’t want to hear about it.