VIA| The U.S. House of Representatives just made a bold move against President Barack Obama’s dangerous plan to allow thousands of Syrian Islamic refugees into America’s states. The plan was supposed to import at least 10,000 refugees from Syria this fiscal year alone, with thousands planned after that.

House Speaker Paul Ryan announced there will be a vote TOMORROW (Thursday) which will stop the resettlement of these undocumented refugees. Clearly, the attacks in Paris, France have been a wakeup call…

“We cannot let terrorists take advantage of our compassion,” Ryan said Tuesday after meeting with House Republicans. “This is a moment where it’s better to be safe than to be sorry.”

“We think the prudent and responsible thing is to take a pause in this particular aspect of this refugee program, in order to verify that terrorists are not trying to infiltrate the refugee population,” Ryan said.

Via LA Times

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell also announced he wants a “a pause or a moratorium,” which is why the Senate will move quickly to vote on this same measure.

Speaker Ryan is determined to have to vote happen immediately, as this issue poses too great of a threat to America… We can not afford to wait for several weeks.

The problem is that Islamic countries which are at war keep limited, if any, records. There is no way for America to determine which refugees pose a terrorist threat to America. Unless that changes, ALL refugees must be denied entry!

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