On New Year’s Eve in Cologne, Germany, dozens of women were attacked and robbed by mobs of men described as Middle Eastern.
Over half of the suspects police have identified were reportedly in the country seeking asylum:
18 of 31 suspects in Cologne's New Year's Eve attacks are asylum-seekers, German official says. https://t.co/HVIsDLcCJn
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) January 8, 2016
If the White House is correct that shouldn’t be the case:
https://t.co/5HvWX157HK RT @cnnbrk 18 of 31 suspects in Cologne's New Year's Eve attacks are asylum-seekers, German official says.
— BT (@back_ttys) January 8, 2016
Here from Manila @POTUS on calls to bar Syrian refugees: “It needs to stop…apparently they're scared of widows & orphans coming into the US”
— Ben Rhodes (@rhodes44) November 18, 2015
Will the White House care to comment on this report about the Cologne suspects? We’ll wait…
@cnnbrk liberals, why so quiet?
— Inktheist (@Inked_xx) January 8, 2016
Quite a ratio of widows and orphans when you consider Obama and Dems see no issues with taking in 100's of thousands https://t.co/4wWpSZdbYd
— Teddy Panos (@tedpanos) January 8, 2016
Hey America read this and be prepared. This will be happening here soon enough thanks to Obama. https://t.co/ctch6pOboB
— ashley (@backgotback) January 8, 2016
9 Algerian , 8 Morocco, 5 Iran and 4 Syria, 2 are German citizens, while 1 from Iraq ,1 Serbia ,1 United States. https://t.co/L5ShOGYX1f
— Abdulghafour.tammaa (@abdo_tammaa) January 8, 2016
@cnnbrk Those pesky widows and orphans!
— ByTheSea (@onthecatibbean) January 8, 2016
There have been about 170 criminal complaints filed related to the Cologne attacks, according to CNN citing a police spokeswoman. No word how many of those complaints were filed against “widows and orphans.”
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