News that one of the Paris terrorists was, in fact, a "refugee" highlighted the weakness and inability of governments to properly vet immigrant refugees entering their borders. The Obama administration has said the United States is going to take 84,000 or 85,000 Syrian refugees. None of them are Christians.
The European Union is being told by the United Nations and the nations of the European Union are being told by Parliament they cannot refuse these immigrants or "refugees." End quote.
On radio today, Glenn warned the same thing will happen to our states.
"Texas is getting a lot of refugees," he said. "These are not the refugees that we've been talking about. These are not Christian refugees. These are Muslim refugees."
He went on to report the governors of Michigan and Alabama issued statements over the weekend announcing they will not accept these refugees.
"We have to protect our states," the statement from governor of Michigan said. "We are not going to take these immigrants. Michigan is a welcoming state, and we're proud of our rich history of immigration, but our first priority is to protect the safety of our residents. It's also important to remember that these attacks are an effort of extremists and do not reflect the peaceful ways of the people of Middle Eastern descent, here and around the world."
The statement from the governor of Alabama said, "After full consideration after this weekend's attack on terror of innocent citizens in Paris, I will not stand complicit to a policy that places the citizens of Alabama in harm's way."
Astonishingly, in Louisiana, refugees were delivered to New Orleans by the federal government without the knowledge of the governor.
Governor Bobby Jindal said over the weekend, "Louisiana has been kept in the dark about those seeking refuge in our state, it's irresponsible and severely disconcerting to place individuals who may have ties to ISIS in a state without the state's knowledge or involvement. As the governor of Louisiana, I demand information."
Yahoo News reported today that more than a dozen U.S. governors have gone on record saying they will not accept refugees following the attacks in Paris.
Glenn urged U.S. citizens to contact their governors.
"I would call your governor now and do the same. Demand from your governor, 'How many people are we taking in the state? How many people are we taking that are Syrian refugees? Out of those, how many of them are Christian?'" Glenn said.
Watch below as Glenn read statements from the governors of Michigan, Alabama and Louisiana.
Featured Image: A man cheers as he and other refugees arrive at the main train station in Munich, Germany Photo: The Telegrpah/Corbis