Kevin Sorbo made a name for himself playing the legendary hero, Hercules, on Television. Now, he’s playing a heroic role in attempting to protect our nation by calling out the Obama administration’s reckless decision to accept 10,000 Muslim refugees in the very near future. On his Facebook page this past week, Sorbo declared that Obama’s decision to accept these refugees without first vetting them was reckless, especially when the other Muslim Gulf States had yet to accept even one refugee.
One has to ask, well, at least I have to ask, why is it that all of these Syrian refugees, along with other refugees from other countries are going to all the countries in western Europe and not to other countries in the Middle East which are Muslim like the refugees are?? Saudi Arabia has a tent village with air conditioned tents that hold 3 million people! 3 million, and they have not taken in 1, not 1 refugee from Syria!! Why is that? And why are the vast majority of these refugees young males in the age range of 15-35. Look at the news footage of these refugees. 80% of the refugees are young males. And Obama wants to take 10,000 of them into America without vetting them. Welcome to Jonestown. Drink the kool-aid liberals. You can get emotional and angry at this post, but wake up.
Hercules is right. (I’m sure Mr. Sorbo won’t mind me calling him that…)
If you believe that conservatives upset by Obama’s decision to embrace the incoming wave of refugees is “un-American” because we’ve always been a port in the storm for refugees, consider this: this is the first Muslim refugee tidal wave that we’ve ever taken in and they are primarily coming from a region overrun by Muslim terrorists bent on the destruction of the America, Christendom and the West. Add to that that there is simply no way for our government to properly screen each new arrival, and it means that by accepting these refugees, we’d be opening the door for ISIS to enter America en masse.
For these reasons, this is not the typical, run of the mill refugee situation.
“Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me:
I lift my lamp beside the golden door.”
This is still a beautiful sentiment and we should do our best to continue shelter those in need… but we must do so with an eye toward protecting our own innocent and vulnerable citizens first.