206% Increase in Syrian “Refugees” Admitted to US

There has been a 206 percent increase in the number of Syrians claiming to be refugees entering the US in the first three and half months of 2017, compared to the same period in 2016—underlining the effect of the court system’s blocking of Donald Trump’s attempts to halt the fake asylum invasion.
 According to publicly accessible figuresavailable at the Refugee Processing Center—the U.S. State Department’s official data processor—a total of 2,423 asylum seekers from Syria alone were admitted to the U.S. from January 1 through April 13, 2017.
This compares with the 790 admitted to the U.S. from  January 1 through April 13, 2016, or a 206 percent increase.
Trump called Syrian refugees a “great Trojan horse” during the 2016 campaign, and has tried twice to halt the invasion with executive orders to that effect.
Both times, far left infiltrators in the Federal Court system have blocked the orders, falsely claiming that they violate the U.S. Constitution because they allegedly discriminate against Muslims.
The claim by Syrians to be refugees is in itself a hoax.
The very definition of a “war refugee” is, according to the official United Nations definition, as contained in the 1951Refugee Convention:
“a person who is outside his or her country of nationality or habitual residence; has a well-founded fear of being persecuted because of his or her race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion; and is unable or unwilling to avail him—or herself of the protection of that country, or to return there, for fear of persecution”  (see Article 1A(2)).
As more than half of Syria is under government control, and therefore completely peaceful, there is no reason for any Syrian to seek “refuge” in any other country.
This would, for example, being tantamount to saying that all Americans have the right to “asylum” in Europe just because of the gang wars and violence which take place in many large U.S. cities or along the border with Mexico.
Nonetheless, the obsession with taking in as many nonwhites as possible who are fleeing their own self-created disaster zones—all in the name of “non-racism”—has allowed blatantly fraudulent mass Third World invasion to continue unabated.
For example, while the focus has been on “Syrians” claiming asylum in America, they in fact make up a tiny minority of the fakers swindling their way into the U.S. with bogus claims of asylum.
According to the U.S. State Department’s Refugee Processing Center’s statistics, a total of 14,931 refugees have been admitted to the U.S. as refugees from January 1 through April 13, 2017.
This includes 452 from Afghanistan, 126 from Pakistan, 31 from South Sudan, and 1,557 from Somalia, as typical examples of the sort of origin nations of the invasion.
For all of 2016, the U.S. accepted 96,874 Third World fake refugees, of whom “only” 15,479 were from Syria—or at least, claimed to be.
After his first order was blocked by a Seattle judge, Trump tweeted that “77% of refugees allowed into U.S. since travel reprieve hail from seven suspect countries.”
As of this week, 44 percent of those admitted to the U.S. this year have been from these “seven suspect countries,” namely Iran, Libya, Yemen, Syria, Sudan, Iraq, and Somalia.

The Department of Justice is currently appealing the two decisions that put Trump’s latest executive order on hold. A hearing for one of the cases is set for May.