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There are few things more tone deaf than NYC Mayor De Blasio calling for more migrants to enter the United States in the days following a terror attack in New York City.
And yet, here we are.
In the wake of a radical Islamic terrorist attack on New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio is telling citizens not to worry about the threat of jihadist violence and pushing for even more questionably vetted migrants to be resettled in the United States. De Blasio and the mayors of London and Paris co-wrote an op-ed in which they said terrorism committed by refugees is “vanishingly rare.”
“Militant violence is vanishingly rare,” the trio wrote in The New York Times on the heels of three separate attacks in the United States.
The comments are not likely to go over well in a city on edge after the explosion. Police arrested Ahmad Khan Rahami after a shootout in New Jersey Monday. Authorities allege he is responsible for planting bombs in New York and near the site of a charity run in New Jersey.
Typical of progressives, Mayor De Blasio feels more troubled by any potential backlash against the Muslim faith, than he is by the idea that terrorists are using the Muslim faith as a motivator to kill Americans.