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Syrian refugees admitted to U.S. spike

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(CNN)The number of Syrian refugees admitted to the United States increased dramatically in May and early June, marking a significant surge in the pace of resettlement for a program that has become a lightning rod for critics of the Obama administration.

In fact, more Syrian refugees have arrived in the U.S. over the last five weeks than in the previous seven months, according to State Department data. Since May 1, 2,019 Syrian refugees have been admitted to the U.S., while only 1,736 were taken in over the first seven months of the fiscal year.

But critics of the resettlement program -- including Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump -- worry there's potential for ISIS or other terrorist groups to exploit refugee flows to reach the West.

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http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/08/politics/syrian-refugees-admitted-u-s-spike/index.html

Sound familiar?  Get ready for the flood. 

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and there will already be caches of weapons ready and waiting for them.

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Do they really want to get that party started?  The government is behind schedule on taking our guns.  

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Just now, Cinnamon said:

Do they really want to get that party started?  The government is behind schedule on taking our guns.  

I'm convinced that party is already scheduled...the question is when.  Several thousand pouring through our southern border with in-situ teams ready to attack simultaneously all over the US.  I wouldn't want to be near the Mexican border especially.

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Waves from the border! 

You'll be fine if you're well armed and have neighbors.  It's the isolated ranchers that will suffer most at first.  Communities will fare better and have some warning.

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