A refugee is leaving the disaster to get away from terrorism and a helpless situation. So, if they’re leaving, they obviously don’t want any part in the terror. Then, why aren’t we letting them in?
Many people wish to allow refugees into their countries to help them get away from war-torn countries. For example, Canada has families sponsor and help refugees into their country and famously have no problems because of it. In the U.S. there is a lot of controversy because of The President’s immigration ban on middle-eastern countries, causing a lot of problems for people who got visas after many years. Several of his tweets say that “If the ban were announced with a one week notice, the “bad” would rush into our country during that week. A lot of bad “dudes” out there!” quoting The President’s tweet. This is stating that all refugees are bad and have ties to terrorist groups, which about less than 1% do. That’s about same as three poison skittles in one-and-a-half Olympic-sized swimming pools.
If they’re leaving the bad country, then they must have ties to the problems in that country. We can’t let them in because we don’t want their problems coming here!
Several groups in America favor isolationism, basically not getting involved and not letting anyone into the U.S. Many of those people are arguing that the refugees have ties to ISIS, North Korea, (etc.). Their argument is that we shouldn’t let dangerous people come in because they are going to spy on us and take our jobs. They’ll even promote violence because of the harsh conditions they were means they’re aggressive.