SERIOUSLY. As a nation, what are we getting out of accepting thousands of refugees? At what point is enough enough? At what point do we begin to put America First?
Gotta love Ann Coulter. Last night she spoke with Sean Hannity about President Trumps meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The issue that the two leaders seemed to disagree the most on was refugees (which makes sense, considering that Merkel is a globalist who seems to care nothing about the agony her people suffer while immigrants and refugees milk Germany taxpayers and programs dry).
Watch below as Coulter makes point after point, stating exactly why American can and should not bend over backwards for these refugees.
Ann Coulter joined Sean Hannity to react to President Trump’s meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and one of the issues on which the two leaders most disagree: refugees.
Coulter, who has long been outspoken in her criticism of U.S. immigration policy, said that she supports Trump’s “extreme vetting” policy because the safety of the American people is paramount.
She said that in addition to concerns about radical Islamic terror, Western countries are now dealing with tens of thousands of Middle Eastern refugees who have very different worldviews and values.
Coulter warned that it can be very dangerous for a country to bring in people who have no interest in assimilating.
“What are we getting out of this?” Coulter asked. “It’s one thing if we’re bringing in nuclear scientists or engineers. I don’t think we’re getting a lot of those. But the vast majority of refugees are just instantly coming in, sucking up welfare that’s meant for our people.”