Mr. Obama's impeccable timing was in full feather this week. No sooner had he uttered the words ISIS is "contained" and "not gaining strength" than the world watched in horror as Paris bled.
Closer to home, the news is also ominous.
Obama's "first load of 10,000 Syrian refugees arrived in the U.S., where they will be resettled into 180 unsuspecting U.S. communities.
Coincidentally one of the Paris suicide bombers had a Syrian passport and used the refugee crisis to enter Europe.
There is no question that ISIS is using the refugee crisis and a feckless (or malicious) administration policy to smuggle terrorists into the country.
Where are the Syrian refugees and/or the ISIS terrorists being relocated? The pathetic stooges at The New York Times were kind enough to publish a detailed map (click on the map to explodify).
The Times goes on to explain that:
To ease integration [Ed: and prevent assimilation], Syrian refugees are placed in communities where there are other Syrian immigrants.
More than 150,000 Syrians already live in the United States, according to census figures, and refugees who have relatives in the country are likely to be resettled with or near them. Those who do not have family in the United States are placed where jobs are more plentiful and the cost of housing is low.
Refugees receive help finding work and housing, but they are expected to become self-sufficient within a year. The agencies in charge of resettlement take into account how earlier waves of refugees often assist new arrivals with the moving process, with food and with explanations about the United States.
What could go wrong?
Hat tip: BadBlue Real-Time News.