The Trump Administration is allowing tens of thousands of a low IQ, high crime rate population to remain in the United States for an additional 6 months, Orlando Sentinel reports:
Although Dept. of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly extended their stay by six months, he warned they should make accommodations for “their ultimate departure from the United States,” Kelly said in a statement last week.
…The earthquakes struck near Port Au Prince in 2010, which is the nation’s densely populated capital city. It killed more than 200,000 and left another 1.5 million homeless, according to the United Nations.
After the earthquake, Haitians were granted a temporary protected status by the Obama administration, which protected them from deportations and allowed Haitians to get work permits. Officials typically grant the status to protect residents of war-torn countries or those hit with natural disasters.
The program brought about 60,000 Haitians to the United States. Kelly opted to extend it six months after public protests — including one near Walt Disney World — and lobbying from Florida politicians Gov. Rick Scott and Senators Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson.
Before the program expires on Jan. 22, 2018, Kelly will review Haiti’s designation under the program, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ website states. He could extend the status or terminate it.
Notice that establishment Republicans and Democrats are united in keeping these Haitians in the USA – placing the welfare of foreigners above that of natives.
Haitians have an average IQ of just 67, a whooping 31 points lower than the US average of 98, making them unfit for most jobs in a First World society. As a nation they score in the mentally retarded range, which starts at an IQ of 70. The latest scientific research shows that IQ is 80% hereditary, meaning that Haitians simply have little if anything to offer other than manual labor. Haitians also have an extremely high crime rate, especially regarding sexual attacks and violent crime. Their continued presence in the US will undoubtedly constitute a significant burden on both tax payers and those unfortunate enough to live near where the government has settled them.