Despite what he termed the "setback" of last Friday's jihad massacre in Paris, Barack Obama announced Monday that he was pressing forward with his scheme to flood the U.S. with at least 10,000 refugees from Syria, terming opposition to his plan "shameful." Obama seems intent on recreating in the U.S. the circumstances that led to the jihad attacks in Paris – which were perpetrated by at least two "refugees" who had just recently arrived in Europe.

"We have to, each of us, do our part, and the United States has to step up and do its part," Obama said. He didn't explain why Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar don't have to do their part, and have taken no refugees at all, citing the risk of terrorism. Repeat that concern in the U.S., as have the Governors of Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Massachusetts, and Texas, and you'll be charged with "racism," "bigotry" and "Islamophobia."

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