Sweden was among the nations which agreed to take in a high number of refugees last year, but it isn’t working out so well:

Nearly half the requests for asylum have been rejected:

Swedish Interior Minister Anders Ygeman says the country will deport between 60,000 and 80,000 asylum-seekers, after about 45 percent of 163,000 applications were rejected. Sweden and Germany were both top destinations for refugees in 2015.

Were they not all completely harmless “widows and orphans,” as President Obama has claimed?

Stay tuned.