Pittsburgh Mayor Who Begged for Syrian Migrants Calls for More of Them After Aborted Terror Attack
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is undaunted after a Syrian migrant allegedly plotted to bomb a Christian church earlier this week, and continues to call for more so-called refugees to be dumped into his city.
“Pittsburgh has historically been a home for refugees and immigrants and will continue to be one,” he said.
Peduto makes clear that diversity is a religious belief of sorts to him, and he will never waver on bringing third-world foreigners to his city no matter what the cost.
“As people from around the world have sought to flee violence and misery and seek better lives for their families in the United States, I have always been consistent in our message: we welcome all refugees and immigrants, and we oppose hate against anyone in any form,” Peduto added.
He also equivocated by mentioning that an anti-Semitic shooter at the Tree of Life synagogue last year was “domestic,” as if that is some kind of an excuse to import third-world migrants from countries with high populations of Muslim extremists.
Refugee resettlement watchdog Ann Corcoran pointed out that Peduto is not happy with just flooding his own city with migrants from third-world nations. He wants every community across the U.S. to be invaded by these potentially hostile individuals as well.
“The Mayor of Pittsburgh, PA is one of 18 mayors who recently wrote to Obama asking the administration to admit 100,000 Syrians to America in the coming year. By the way, 97% of those admitted in FY2015 were Muslims, not persecuted Christians,” she wrote in 2015.
A spokeswoman for the local chapter of the national Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, a supposed non-profit that takes tens of millions in taxpayer dollars to traffic migrants into unsuspecting U.S. communities, defended the extremely lucrative practice with blatantly false information.
“Refugees are the most vetted individuals entering the United States, and undergo complex security checks,” said Iris Valanti, spokeswoman for Jewish Family and Community Services.
Pittsburgh residents are already feeling the ill-effects of this federally-funded demographic shift that is changing the national character of the U.S. by design.
“I had a neighbor knock on my door last night, scared because a Syrian family lives next to her,” said Northview Heights tenant council president Marcus Reed. “… Since the immigrants been up here, you can see all kinds of different services knocking on their door and bringing them food. We never had that type of treatment.”
He claims that the accused terrorist Mustafa Mousab Alowemer never assimilated and never associated with anyone outside of the growing Syrian migrant community in the area. State figures indicate that roughly 4,260 refugees have been resettled to Allegheny County over the ten-year span between 2008 and 2018.
“Lots of fear up here in North View Heights. You know I have mad love for you [Mayor Peduto] but the residents up here need answers,” Reed pleaded in a Twitter post.
But Peduto has no answers, only virtue-signaling for trite social justice purposes. Promoting multiculturalism is more important than protecting Pittsburgh communities to the Mayor, and he has made that abundantly clear with his latest declaration.