I'm confused... Don't people like you want to see religion removed from politics? This is why it is laughable when people get upset at Christians for what they want to do vs what they think the Christians should be doing according to their religion.
The point is hypocrisy.
Jesus said "don't resist the evil man" and "love your enemy" and "invite in the stranger". Jesus did this at great risk to his own health and the physical well-being of his followers. Not only was he an example of putting the needs of other in front of his own well-being, he called on his followers to do the same. Refusing to help refugees because people who live in comfort don't want to risk their own well-being is about as far from the words and examples of the Biblical Jesus as you can possibly get.
If you claim to be a follower of Jesus, and you are telling people to reject the stranger in order to keep yourself safe, you are a hypocrite. If you don't claim to be a follower of Jesus than this doesn't apply.
There are a lot of passages in the Bible about welcoming in the Stranger. There isn't a single passage about putting a Christmas Tree on coffee cups.