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Look: Obama Admin Just Launched Something Unbelievable In Support Of Syrian Refugees

In light of reports that a Syrian refugee passport was found on one of the suicide bombers responsible for last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris, Americans of all stripes have expressed safety concerns associated with Barack Obama’s plan to integrate about 10,000 Muslim immigrants into the nation over the next year.

A clear majority of U.S. governors have expressed direct opposition to the program, a position echoed by Republican leaders including U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan and GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz.

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As the backlash mounts, however, the Obama administration remains resolute in its plan to inundate states – without prior knowledge – with Syrian refugees. Among the latest efforts to sway public opinion was a social media hashtag – #RefugeesWelcome – introduced on the White House Facebook page Tuesday evening.

Refugees have helped shape America from the beginning, and we’re better off for it. Make sure your friends get the facts…

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Posted by The White House on Tuesday, November 17, 2015

The hashtag is associated with a website providing additional administration talking points and sparked a series of tweets posted to Obama’s presidential Twitter page.

Welcoming the world’s vulnerable who seek the safety of America is not new to us. We’ve safely welcomed 3 million refugees since 1975.

— President Obama (@POTUS) November 18, 2015

Plenty of critics, however, pointed out that the potential risks associated with this group of refugees did not exist in previous refugee groups.

@FuturePres_ I love how everyone forgets that they were refugees. — andrea (@AmericasBelleXO) November 18, 2015

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