To those bitching about the recently enacted 30,000 person refugee cap:
What are you supposed to do when bottlenecking poses a serious threat to your immigration system’s vetting integrity and efficiency? Especially amidst a refugee crisis, where an influx of refugees are trying to gain access.
Take your symbolic foot of humanitarianism off of the gas pedal and realize that the system takes fixing from the bottom up, instead of slapping on more shitty bandages. Because they’re bandages guised as the answer to a more than temporary problem. And it’s an answer relying on the time-specific notion that “now is necessary,” which negatively impacts our national safety and functionality as a whole.
Guarantee you the number of refugees the US will accept rises from here.