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How ironic of the Obama Administration’s effort in spending millions of dollars in making sure young “refugees” have summer jobs, while young “African American” youths between the ages of 16-19 unemployment rate has grown from 35.3% to 36.8%.

Those statistics are from the Bureau of Labor taken in 2014, which also reflects the overall unemployment rate among blacks standing steadily at 11.6%, better than doubling the national average, of 5.6%.

Obviously by those dismal statistics Obama’s “hope and change” seems more targeted to those illegal aliens invading America, then our own “American Citizens.”

The irony of course continued as Obama said; “Access to a job in the summer and beyond can make all the difference to a young person – especially those who don’t have access to many resources and opportunities.”

The new Summer Opportunity Project will spend a total of $21 million on a variety of programs in 11 communities nationwide with the focus of helping young people find summer work, and permanent part-time jobs, the White House and U.S. Department of Labor announced Monday.

At least $2 million of the total will be set aside to help 400 refugee students in Utica, New York get to work through the New Americans Career Pathways Project.

However in all fairness irony can be a two Way Street, in that among black voters, Obama’s job approval soars to 86%, which given the devastating impact on black America, on can’t help but be perplexed.

Moreover nearly everyone who discussed the program in the Syracuse.com comments was appalled that the president seems to be prioritizing refugees over U.S. citizens for summer jobs in their region.

“Most divisive president ever adds to the legacy,” Dawn Of A New Day posted.

“This is absurd!” greats wrote. “Yes people, vote for Hillary. She wants this too,
to heck with American youth. Let’s employ refugees who can’t even speak English! Go Trump! Stand up for America!”
“So legal Americans are not worthy of summer jobs?” RockwellSprings questioned. “Can’t wait for November.”

Source: The American Mirror

 

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