New Map Shows Exactly How Many Syrian Refugees Obama Placed in Each State

New Map Shows Exactly How Many Syrian Refugees Obama Placed in Each State – Justin Holcomb


Earlier this year, Barack Obama made a promise that he would resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees throughout the United States.  This will most certainly come to fruition by the end of the week.

 A new analysis of the Syrian refugee  program shows that while some states received as many as 870 refugees,  states like Alabama and Mississippi received none.

“More than 7,500 refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria have been admitted to the United States since Oct. 1,” explains Roll Call, “more than four times the number in all of fiscal 2015. Syria is now the third most common country of origin for refugees.”

States like California, Arizona, Texas, and Michigan all received in excess of 500 refugees.  Along with Alabama and Mississippi, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Arkansas, Delaware, and Vermont all received none.

As the map indicates, Obama made a late push this summer and nearly tripled his monthly average closing out his presidency with a bang.

Kaepernick says Hillary should be in prison, media CUTS anti-Clinton plea out of coverage!


“I mean we have a presidential candidate who’s deleted emails, and done things illegally,” Kaepernick told the press. “That doesn’t make sense to me. If it was any other person, you’d be in prison. So… what is this country really standing for?”

Huh, most of haven’t heard that. Not that it would change any true Patriot’s mind about him sitting out the national anthem, but it might get a few on the Left to thinking.

Stuart Varney and Herman Cain took on the bias head on.

BREAKING!!! Media PRETZELED Kaepernick story..He was partially making an ANTI Hillary Clinton plea #MotivationMonday

— TRUMPCAT (@Darren32895836) August 29, 2016

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The Unfolding Clinton Foundation Fiasco

The Clinton Foundation has become a serious problem for the Hillary Clinton campaign. Everyone knows the Clintons made a mockery of the promises they made to Team Obama. Even the left-wing site PolitiFact says that it’s “Mostly False” that they obeyed the rules.

Like her husband, Bill Clinton, who infamously claimed, “I did not have sexual relations with that woman,” Monica Lewinsky, Hillary Clinton is going around claiming, “My work as secretary of state was not influenced by outside sources.”

On Jan. 5, 2009, Clinton sent a letter to State Department Designated Agency Ethics Official James Thessin promising, “I will not participate personally and substantially in any particular matter that has a direct and predictable effect on my financial interests or those of any person whose interests are imputed to me,” including her husband.

Who didn’t anticipate that this would end up in an ethical mess? What genius hasn’t observed over the last 25 years how the Clintons break their promises? Some people saw this as a potential scandal, but they didn’t stand a chance with the Clinton-loving press.

In Oct. 2007, liberal pundit Matthew Yglesias asked in the Los Angeles Times, “Who’s giving money to Bill Clinton?” He complained that the Clintons should release a list of their foundation donors before Hillary Clinton could become president in 2009, saying: “Disclosing who’s contributing to Bill Clinton’s foundation after his wife wins the election would be about four years too late. The voters ought to have this information before the election, when it could still make a difference.”

Surprise, surprise: Clinton didn’t win, and the Clintons didn’t release a donor list until Dec. 2008, when she was asked to become secretary of state. The blather on the TV networks was all about how President Obama’s cabinet was a team of geniuses. “We have not seen this kind of combination of star power, brain power and political muscle this early in a cabinet in our lifetimes,” gushed George Stephanopoulos on ABC. The fix was in.

As Clinton’s four years wound down, the pundits celebrated the wonderful work of the Clinton Foundation. On “The Chris Matthews Show” on July 16, 2012, journalist Howard Fineman said that Bill Clinton had modeled his foundation on President Jimmy Carter, but that “he’s Jimmy Carter with a better touch.” Chris Matthews replied: “And much bigger in terms of the amplification of what he’s been able to do. The Clinton Global Initiative is huge. And by the way it’s done a lot to build his role in history…beyond anything he was able to do as president.”

On Aug. 23, the Associated Press underlined the degree to which Hillary Clinton’s promises were vaporized. More than half the people outside the government (at least 85 of 154 people) who met or had phone conversations scheduled with Clinton during the first half of her “public service” at the State Department donated to the family foundation. At least 40 donated more than $100,000, and 20 contributed more than $1 million.

The AP based these investigations off half of Clinton’s office calendars from her State Department tenure, which it only received after filing a Freedom of Information Act request to acquire them. The other half of the calendars won’t be released until after the election. 

Once again, the Clintons are making promises to downsize their involvement with the foundation if Hillary Clinton wins the presidency. At this point, that sounds as believable as former Rep. Anthony Weiner’s promise to stop texting. But the Clinton-enabling reflex in the media is dangerously strong, and the Clintons are threatening to take advantage of it for the rest of this campaign.

L. Brent Bozell III is the president of the Media Research Center. Tim Graham is director of media analysis at the Media Research Center and executive editor of the blog To find out more about Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at

Pelosi Docs Show Dems Trying Hard To Cast Benghazi As A ‘Conspiracy Theory’



New documents released from Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi’s computer by purported hacker Guccifer 2.0, reveal democratic talking points to counter Republican Benghazi attacks.

The document casts the controversy surrounding Benghazi as “Legitimate outrage over the deaths of American diplomats mixed with partisanship.” The document also admits that then Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice “gave incorrect information on television” in the immediate aftermath of the attack.

The document’s central talking points revolve around ignoring the facts revealed by congressional investigations, and instead on rhetorical flourishes that emphasize patriotism.

The first talking point focuses solely on the importance of having diplomats in dangerous places, and makes no mention of the specific circumstances of Benghazi.

This tragedy highlights the challenges our diplomats face when they serve as frontline civilians, representing our nation in harm’s way. Isolating America and sequestering these professionals in fortress embassies is not a solution. We must value and support their important work, as well as protecting their physical security.

The second talking point paints any attempt at calling for accountability as “pandering to conspiracy theorists.”

Benghazi is a tragedy, not a scandal. At this point, most public discussion is pandering to conspiracy theorists or harping on the death of an American ambassador to score political points.

The third talking point denigrates the Republican led congress for investigating the specific circumstances involving the events of Benghazi. The talking point also calls for respecting the families of the fallen in Benghazi, in lieu of actually discussing what happened.

These tragic events have been investigated more than the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Reports ordered by a Republican-led Congress have repeatedly debunked conspiracy theories of criminal negligence or cover-ups, and media coverage has exhausted the issue from every angle. Even incoming House Speaker McCarthy admitted the investigations were more about hurting Hillary Clinton than finding truth. We should remember the sacrifice of these Americans, not reduce their names to political talking points.

The final talking point revolves around attacking investigators of the events of Benghazi. The talking point asks recipients to focus on the voting records of rival congressman, rather than discuss the events of Benghazi.

Some of those most determined to keep this story in the news cycle have a history of hypocritical votes against funding diplomacy and development, the very work these Americans died for.

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Illegal Alien Driver Massacre in Louisiana


Kristen Welker informed viewers of the NBC Nightly News that an “undocumented worker” was at fault in a terrible bus crash in Louisiana on August 28 that killed two people and injured 41 others. It is typical of the media to use that phrase when referring to illegal aliens. It is how the media try to condition people to accept their presence in the United States. After all, if these people are “workers,” they can’t be such terrible people. On the other hand, the word “alien” implies something foreign to the United States.

The Breitbart website, under fire from the liberal media and Hillary Clinton, was accurate, noting that “illegal alien” Denis Yasmir Amaya Rodriguez drove the private rental bus that crashed into a fire truck, two other vehicles and three firefighters.

By using the phrase “undocumented workers” over and over again, the media think that people will gradually change their views about the invasion of the United States through our southern border and become more accepting of the foreigners on American soil. This is how liberal brainwashing is designed to work over time.

The problem for the media is that, in this case, the terrible crash involved the deaths of two people and injuries to 41 others. Even using the sanitized term “undocumented worker” can’t paper over the serious nature of what happened.

A statement from the Louisiana State Police explained that emergency vehicles were attending to one crash when they were hit by the bus driven by the illegal alien. Victims included first responders. It said, “For reasons under investigation, the bus struck the left side of the fire truck that was angled in the right lane. The bus then struck the rear of a 2012 Toyota Camry, and the Camry was pushed into the rear of a 2016 Chevrolet Silverado and flatbed trailer. After striking the rear of the Camry, the bus veered into the right lane between the Trooper unit and the Titan. It struck the three firefighters who were standing near the guardrail. The firefighters were thrown over the edge of the elevated interstate into the water below, approximately 30-40 feet. The Fire Chief, Spencer Chauvin, was transported to River Parishes Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.”

There is much more to the story, in terms of those who were injured, but what’s also critical is that the official police statement goes on to say that “The driver of the bus has been identified as 37 year old Denis Yasmir Amaya Rodriguez. Rodriguez is an illegal alien from Honduras and does not have a driver’s license.”

So the police, at least, still have enough integrity and honesty to use accurate terminology.

Rodriguez was charged with two counts of negligent homicide, reckless operation, negligent injuring and no driver’s license, and “additional criminal charges are forthcoming.”

Don’t look for any in-depth news reports on this illegal alien killing and injuring people in Louisiana. That might help the Trump campaign.

Many news media outlets, including CNN, used the phrase “undocumented immigrant” to describe the illegal alien.

ABC News called him an “unlicensed bus driver.” The Washington Post called him an “unlicensed party bus driver.”

The New Orleans Advocate reported that he had been pulled over by State Police on August 5 and cited for driving without a license. Yet he was on the road again, speeding down a highway.

A New York Daily News headline glossed over all of this saying, “Bus full of Louisiana flood workers crashes, killing 2, including fire chief, over 30 injured.” The number of injuries has since risen to 41.

The bus was full of flood workers, many of them also illegal aliens.


Published on Aug 31, 2016

The FBI has responded to recent concerns about U.S. voting systems being targeted for cyberattacks as Election Day approaches, saying the agency takes the threat “very, very seriously” and is working to “equip the rest of our government with options.”

The establishment is already trying to spin the narrative that any damaging revelations about Hillary Clinton that come in the form of an “October surprise,” including information about her ill health, will be the work of Russian disinformation agents working on behalf of Vladimir Putin.

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Path in AZ

Yup, all in a nice neat bow. If Clinton “wins”, no way anything was hacked, but if Trump “wins” (never gonna happen) then “the election was hacked by the Russians!”. Just covering their ass I think.

this explains why the news have been reporting the the russians are hacking our voting machines. Now , our wonderful government has to step in and control it. Wow, i wonder who will win?

Obama was reelected under many layers of election fraud, he is a complex fraud
Tyler Hoeve

yea and we are just going to sit back and watch our country go down the drain.
Larry Nester

Trump needs to organize exit polling.
Just in time

The Russian government yeah right! I would take Putin over the democratic party any day! The federal government should not be allowed anywhere near a computer!