The promised 'fundamental transformation of America' rolling out as planned

The Wall Street Journal reports that the White House plans to offer refugee status to some minors from Central America who illegally crossed the border into America:

The Obama administration is launching a program to offer refugee status to some minors from Central America who have family members already living in the U.S., enabling those who qualify to enter the country legally and remain here.

The decision follows a surge in unaccompanied children illegally entering the U.S. over the summer, fueling both a political and border crisis.

In a memorandum to the State Department on Tuesday, President Barack Obama allocated 4,000 slots to refugees from Latin America and the Caribbean out of 70,000 available world-wide in fiscal 2015.

The plan would allow young people to apply to enter the U.S. as refugees without making the often-dangerous journey here. Relatives already in the U.S. would request they be considered for screening in their home countries. If approved, the children could join family in the U.S.

Before he leaves office, America can expect more of these actions, supported by Harry Reid and Democratic control of Congress. One can also expect on “refugee status” and “asylum” offers to thousands of Muslims displaced by the incompetence of Barack Obama’s foreign policy,  fundamentally tilting the balance towards Democrats and away from Republicans (and the rule of law), not that it matters to Obama or his fellow Democrats. (see also my recent column, The Plot To Create A Permanent Democratic Majority)

The Wall Street Journal reports that the White House plans to offer refugee status to some minors from Central America who illegally crossed the border into America:

The Obama administration is launching a program to offer refugee status to some minors from Central America who have family members already living in the U.S., enabling those who qualify to enter the country legally and remain here.

The decision follows a surge in unaccompanied children illegally entering the U.S. over the summer, fueling both a political and border crisis.

In a memorandum to the State Department on Tuesday, President Barack Obama allocated 4,000 slots to refugees from Latin America and the Caribbean out of 70,000 available world-wide in fiscal 2015.

The plan would allow young people to apply to enter the U.S. as refugees without making the often-dangerous journey here. Relatives already in the U.S. would request they be considered for screening in their home countries. If approved, the children could join family in the U.S.

Before he leaves office, America can expect more of these actions, supported by Harry Reid and Democratic control of Congress. One can also expect on “refugee status” and “asylum” offers to thousands of Muslims displaced by the incompetence of Barack Obama’s foreign policy,  fundamentally tilting the balance towards Democrats and away from Republicans (and the rule of law), not that it matters to Obama or his fellow Democrats. (see also my recent column, The Plot To Create A Permanent Democratic Majority)