Democrats Draft Plan to Import Huge Numbers of ‘Climate Refugees’ steven October 29, 2019 Politics You Might Like The Democrats are at it again. They now want to bring another 50,000 refugees into this country every year in perpetuity. These 50,000 must be “climate refugees.” That means the majority of these refugees will come from Africa and Central America. The bill is being pushed by Rep. Nydia Velázquez (D-NY) who was born in Puerto Rico. This bill has nothing to do with the global warming hoax. This bill is to stuff this country with as many foreigners as possible, so that once the Democrats finally push amnesty through, the Democrats will never lose another election. From Breitbart News The bill is titled the “Climate Displaced Persons Act,” and it offers green cards to “climate-displaced persons … [who] are individuals who have been forcibly displaced by climate change or climate-induced disruptions, such as sea-level rise, glacial outburst floods, desertification or fires … there could be as many as 200 million CDPs by 2050 globally,” said a statement from Velázquez‘s office. “The new program would admit a minimum of 50,000 CDPs, beginning with Fiscal Year 2020, allowing CDPs to access resettlement opportunities,” the statement said. But the progressive advocates are hoping to welcome many extra migrants into Americans’ homeland, which progressives have tried to relabel as a “Nation of Immigrants”: Since 2008, catastrophic weather has displaced an average of 24 million people per year, according to data from the Swiss-based nonprofit Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre. That number could climb to anywhere from 140 million to 300 million to 1 billion by 2050. The World Bank estimated last year that climate change effects in just three regions ― sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Latin America ― could force 143 million people to flee by the middle of the century. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.