In the 1930s and 1940s enough Americans thought Jewish refugees may have included Soviet or German agents. #NeverAgain #SyrianRefugees
Retweeted Zaid Jilani (@ZaidJilani):
I tweet this every day now, but 169,000 Bosnian Muslim refugees came to the US in the 1990s, from a radicalized warzone. Not one terrorist.
Retweeted Terrell Lewis (@SgBz):
Thank goodness the innkeeper wasn't a Republican Governor #p2 #tcot #Christian https://t.co/IZJiiPzfy1
America is literally formed as a country by people who ran away from persecution...
Retweeted Historical Opinion (@HistOpinion):
US Jan 20 ’39: Should the US government permit 10,000 mostly Jewish refugee children to come in from Germany? https://t.co/5cFs5RabQn
"If they're not white Christians," said America, "we don't care. Let 'em die in the Holocaust. They're not our responsibility."
What benefits has the US ever gained from admitting displaced persons? https://t.co/EpgS1CkjFn
America...founded by cowardly Europeans who couldn't take the heat.
Retweeted Pete Fraser (@petefrasermusic):
One of these was in today's Daily Mail and one is nazi propaganda. Take your time. https://t.co/VjPYrwYKvS
If you're a Syrian refugee, you can move next door to me. I won't mind.
For more on terrorism, see Republicans Afraid of Syrian Refugees and First Thoughts After Paris Attacks.