Trump Promised To Help Persecuted Christians – Christian Refugee Migration To US Drops 90% Since 2015
President Donald Trump declared to be a friend to persecuted Christians and yet, once again, we are seeing impacts not only in our own country, but even from those outside who are attempting to flee their persecutors, on those he said he would seek to help. Now, the numbers are coming out and Christian refugee migration has dropped a stunning 90% since 2015.
Here’s his promise to protect persecuted Christians.
Of course, the rhetoric naturally drew Christian support, but it’s the actions that we view here that actually show what the Trump administration is doing.
The Christian Post reports that there’s been a 90% drop in Christian refugees to the US since 2015.
There’s been a nearly 90% reduction in the number of Christian refugees being resettled to the United States from countries where churches face the greatest persecution since 2015, according to two leading evangelical humanitarian organizations.
Open Doors USA, a watchdog group that monitors the persecution of Christians in over 60 countries, teamed up with the refugee resettlement agency World Relief, the humanitarian arm of the National Association of Evangelicals, to release a new report Friday.
The 16-page report, titled “Closed Doors,” is critical of policies that have drastically reduced refugee resettlement to the U.S. in recent years and others that have made it increasingly difficult for persecuted individuals and families to seek asylum.
“There have been many recent changes regarding refugee resettlement and asylum law that has effectively shut the door on many of the refugees from being able to access protection in the United States of America,” World Relief Vice President of Advocacy and Policy Jenny Yang told reporters on a press call Friday.
“As organizations that are working to help those that are fleeing religious persecution, particularly Christians, we feel like it is of the utmost importance that the … U.S. keeps its doors open.”
The report includes testimonies from persecuted Christians as well as data comparing the numbers of refugees resettled during the final years of the Obama administration to the drastically decreased numbers resettled under President Donald Trump.
The report finds that 18,462 Christians from countries listed on Open Doors USA’s influential annual list of 50 worst countries where Christians face persecution were resettled to the U.S. in 2015 and 17,122 Christians from those countries were resettled in 2016, the final two years under Obama.
By comparison, only 946 Christians from those countries on the Open Doors World Watch List were resettled in the first half of the fiscal year 2020. The report estimates that if projections remain steady, only 1,897 Christians from those 50 countries will be resettled by the end of the fiscal year 2020, which represents a reduction of 89.7% from 2015.
Again, what is the fruit of this administration? What do their works show? It isn’t what the mouth is saying, that’s for sure.
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media