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As Europe wrestles with the financial, social and safety issues of unchecked immigration on a massive scale with hundreds of thousands of Muslim migrants flooding onto the Continent at an unprecedented pace, Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is promising to bring the same policies to the United States if elected.

According to data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), 1.5 million Muslim migrants gained permanent resident status from 2001 and 2013, but Clinton’s proposal would bring in more than half that many in during only a first term of a Clinton presidency.

Clinton has vowed to expand migration by an additional 65,000 Syrian refugees into the U.S., bringing the total number to approximately 214,000 in 2017 alone.

Once resettled, Muslim migrants would be eligible to bring family members into the U.S.

Such a program throughout a full four-year term would see possibly as many as 856,000 Muslim migrants resettled in the U.S. during a first term of a Clinton presidency.

Muslim migration in Europe has created chaotic conditions as the cultures clash, with a sharp rise in rape and sexual assault crimes.

The strain of providing food, shelter, medical care, and legal services to the masses of migrants has burdened European countries with unsustainable costs, building additional resentment as citizens see their quality of life diminished with the arrival of the Muslim newcomers.

The Senate Immigration Subcommittee estimated that Mrs. Clinton’s migration plan would cost U.S. taxpayers more than $400 billion even as the middle class has yet to see any recovery from the Great Recession.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has called for a moratorium on Muslim resettlement schemes in the U.S. until security agencies can provide thorough vetting of the migrants to ensure radical Islamic terrorists do not gain access to the U.S.

Clinton may be surprised to learn that a 2015 Rasmussen survey shows strong opposition to her plan with Democrat voters opposing it by a 17-1 margin, with women voters alone against it by 21-1.

Among black voters, 85 percent oppose increased Muslim resettlement.

Trump might also be surprised by the numbers of unlikely supporters for his more cautious approach to increased migration.

Source: Breitbart

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