Consistent with his agenda to fast-track his executive amnesty, President Barack Obama is demanding American citizens welcome millions of undocumented immigrants and refugees into their neighborhoods in keeping to his "centralized" plan to "take care of their needs."
"President Obama's White House Task Force on Creating Welcoming Communities unveiled its recommendations Friday for a national strategy to 'integrate' millions of immigrants and refugees into cities and towns across the U.S., WND reports. "The chair of the task force, Obama's domestic policy adviser Cecilia Muñoz, said her focus is on making sure Obama's historic immigration policies get 'institutionalized' so they will live on long after she and her boss are gone from the White House."
In a November 21 presidential memo, Obama declared his strategy to push through his executive order that would grant amnesty to more than five-million illegal immigrants and child migrants. In order to accommodate them, he put together the task force. In addition, the Obama administration is accepting 70,000 foreign refugees annually from Somalia, Iraq, Syria, Burma, Bhutan and other terrorist-harboring Islamic nations.
Ensuring Obama's immigration legacy
Wanting to ensure Obama's immigration legacy is carried out long after his second term is up, Muñoz announced Friday at the "The New National Integration Plan: Making the Most of a Historic Opportunity" conference that everything is in place to continue ushering immigrants into the United States by the droves — for years ahead. Continue reading