Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and his Canadian counterpart, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale are “perplexed” about the refugee crisis on the U.S.-Canada border because most of the “asylum seekers” were in the United States legally and apparently had no real reason to leave.

Most are leaving and getting frostbite because of Democratic media induced hysteria.

Daily Caller:

After a high-level meeting Friday afternoon in Ottawa between Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly and his Canadian counterpart, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, both men are “perplexed” about the raging refugee crisis on the U.S.-Canada border, according to Kelly.

Goodale says the meeting left many questions unresolved.

“Who are the people who are involved in this migration? Where did their journey begin from?” he asked. “How long have they been in or transiting through the United States?”

Kelly, the first member of President Donald Trump’s cabinet to visit Canada, came expressly to discuss the growing influx of illegal refugees streaming from the U.S. into Canada at unofficial border crossings.

He says what is most confusing is why most of the “asylum seekers” who are sneaking across the Canadian border at remote crossings in Quebec and Manitoba were in the United States legally and apparently had no reason to leave. More