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America has 10 Million More Foreign-Born Residents than the Entire European Union

Posted in Immigration2 years ago • Written by Defender Of LibertyNo Comments

     Democrats and liberals masquerading as Republicans are calling for America to do its “fair share” and accept hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees. Obama has declared that it is important for the U.S. to “take our share” of Syrian refugees. Senator Lindsey Graham, an extremely liberal warmonger, has called on the U.S. to take “its fair share of Syrian refugees.” How many more immigrants does the U.S. have to accept to reach its “fair share?”

     Senator Jeff Sessions recently released a statement on Middle Eastern refugees that clearly makes the case that the U.S. has accepted an astounding number of immigrants:

The United States has been doing more than its ‘fair share’ for decades. We have taken in 20 percent of global migrants, even as our country makes up only 5 percent of the global population. Every year, on autopilot, we resettle at least another 1 million migrants on a permanent, legal basis in the United States…as one of the world’s leading debtors, we lack the funds to provide lifetime financial support to new arrivals.

     There are 45 to 50 million foreign-born residents, legal and illegal, in the United States. The number is difficult to pinpoint because of illegal immigrants and the inability of the federal government to keep track of legal immigrants. What is not difficult to conclude is that whether it is 45 or 50 million foreign-born residents in the U.S. the number is the largest in the history of the United States, and it is unsustainable culturally and financially.

     The 27-member European Union (UN) is lagging far behind the U.S. when it comes to accepting legal immigrants. In fact, the U.S. has 10 million more foreign-born residents than the entire EU. That’s right; the U.S. has accepted more immigrants than 27 nations combined.

                                                                       

 
     It is unrealistic to expect the United States or Europe to accept the world’s immigrants and take care of them for the duration of their lives.
 
 

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