Who cares about borders or non-jobs, GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio said that he is “open” to allowing a certain number of refugees from the Middle East enter the United States, adding that a concise strategy is needed to deal with radical jihad.
“We should be able to offer them assistance, in creating some places and camps where people can live and be safe while this thing works itself out,” the Florida senator added.
As Americans, do you really think we have space right now with our border situation, the 30 million illegals our government says they can’t find, the uptick in crime and increased unemployment?
Rubio says yes — but he’d want assurances that refugees didn’t have ties to terrorist groups, reports the Boston Herald, which today will air an interview it did with him on Boston Herald Radio.
Rubio may want assurances the refugees don’t have ties to terrorist groups, but even if such a thing was possible, who’s to say the refugees won’t become radicalized after they are settled in the U.S.?
Listen to audio interview here:
What do you think about Rubio’s stance? Should refugees be allowed to enter the United States while we make camps for them to reside in? What are your thoughts?
Audio H/T – Boston Globe