Should the U.S. accept Syrian refugees? Bill Spadea says ‘No’
Last weekend's terrorist attacks in Paris are a sign of what's to come in America if we keep allowing Syrian refugees to seek asylum within our borders.
This morning I spoke with a New Jersey college student who was nearby the Bataclan concert hall Friday night, as well as the boy's father. Though the student was unharmed, the sense of fear was palpable as both family members described hearing a bomb and gunshots as mayhem unfolded.
As if that wasn't enough to say that the threat of terrorism in first world countries is no joke, a former Navy SEAL and FBI special agent reassured me that allowing Syrian refugees to enter the U.S. will certainly compromise our security.
After all, when thousands of military-aged men are fleeing their country rather than fighting for their nation, and no nearby countries will take them, you have to suspect something is not right.