The refugee situation in Germany is getting so bad that the mainstream media can't ignore it. Studies have shown that the migrants are the main reason there has been such a rise in violent crime.

According to a new report from Reuters on Wednesday, refugees are to blame for the 10% increase in violent crime in 2015 and 2016.

Key aspects of the report include:

  • The report was government-sponsored.
  • It says that 90% of the 10-point increase in violent crime came from refugees.
  • The migrants that were responsible for the jump in violent crime were aged 14 to 30.

Germany's Solution For Their Rise In Violent Crime Is Idiotic

What was extremely insane about this report was the solution that the German government offered to remedy the issue. Per Reuters:

The study said reuniting refugees with their families by allowing them to come to Germany too could help to reduce violence. Such reunions look set to be a particularly contentious issue in talks about a new coalition government.

The predominantly young male majority of refugees live in Germany without partners, mothers, sisters or other females whom the study sees as a "violence-preventing, civilizing force."

So basically the way Germany wants to handle the migrant situation is to bring in more migrants.

Per Daily Wire:

It is not difficult to understand why women avoid these young male migrants as Germany had to install rape-free zones for the most recent New Year's Eve celebrations after a series of horrifying sexual attacks by migrants occurred a couple of years ago. Documents that were leaked in 2016 showed that "approximately 2,000 men, many of whom were newly-arrived migrants from the Middle East and North Africa, sexually assaulted more than 1,200 women during the celebrations in several German cities."

This is completely insane. President Trump realizes the issue in Germany and is making sure the same thing does not happen in the United States.

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