President Trump recently signed an Immigration executive order for the purposes of allowing extreme vetting in attempt to streamline American safety.

Of course liberals whined immediately, which led to Federal District Judge James Robart issuing a temporary restraining order halting key elements of the executive order.

But since Judge Robart’s ridiculous halt – 100 Syrian refugees, 12 Iraqis and 1 Somalian – flooded into the country on Monday.

You can find this on the State Department’s interactive website.

All three of those countries were among the seven countries on which President Trump imposed his temporary ban.

According to Breitbart:

“All 113 refugees who entered the country were Muslims, according to the State Department.  No refugees who were Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, or any religion other than Islam entered the country on Monday.

Judge Robart’s temporary restraining order also stopped President Trump’s temporary ban on refugees from all countries.  It did not, however, stop the section of President Trump’s executive order that limits the number of refugees who can enter the country in Fiscal Year 2017 to 50,000.

As of Tuesday morning, 33,081 refugees have entered the country to date in FY 2017, which means that between now and September 30, 2016, the last day of FY 2017, only 16,919 more refugees will be able to enter the country.

In FY 2016, the last full year of former President Obama’s administration, 84,995 refugees arrived in the United States.

The states of Washington and Minnesota were the plaintiffs who requested Judge Robart halt President Trump’s executive order temporarily banning visas from the seven Middle Eastern countries and temporarily banning refugees.

One of the refugees, the lone Somali to arrive, was initially resettled in Minnesota. Minneapolis has the largest Somali community in the United States, estimated to be about 70,000 in total.”

But there is also something else with these refugees that is wildly and dangerously ignored by the mainstream media.

Between 2010 and 2014, 40 percent of all cases of active tuberculosis diagnosed in Minnesota – or 296 out of 732 total cases – were diagnosed in refugees according to the Minnesota Department of Health.

This number accounted for about one percent of the state’s population.

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson said in September that he intended to sue the federal government for placing hundreds of refugees within his jurisdiction without consulting the local government.

Patterson broke the news on the Frank Beckmann Show on WJR radio in Detroit:

“I’ve brought in my legal team from the county, and we’re about to sue them [the federal government] to get an injunction to stop them from relocating more people into this community until the rules are adhered to… The federal law could not be more specific.”

On resettling refugees, Patterson continued,

“It wasn’t you [the federal government] may want to inform local county officials.  It says you shall inform the local county officials.”

Section 5(g) of the Jan 27th executive order signed by President Trump, which Judge Robart did not address in his temporary restraining order, reads

“It is the policy of the executive branch that, to the extent permitted by law and as practicable, State and local jurisdictions be granted a role in the process of determining the placement or settlement in their jurisdictions of aliens eligible to be admitted to the United States as refugees.”

President Trump expressed the importance of immediately implementing the executive order because he was fully aware that if he left any window open before it went into effect, Muslims would flood into the country in droves.

And now this is where we’re at, and it’s only going to get worse unless the reimplementation of the order is successful.