BIG Profits in Selling Countries Out to Refugees! Refugee Contractor from UK makes Half a Billion selling USA out to foreigners!

A Refugee contractor that got nearly a half a billion from US taxpayers in under five years, now wails over Trump’s budget. The treasonous contractor is the International Rescue Committee with Moneybags Miliband at its helm.

But, what is so interesting is that Moneybags isn’t quoted in their press release yesterday in which they denounce the Trump Administration’s FY19 budget as “counterproductive and misguided.”
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Headline: 25 reasons to end Somali refugee resettlement now

This is a must-read story and a keeper.  Pass it out to friends and family and the next time you attend a public meeting, where refugee advocates will tell you that refugees aren’t terrorists and criminals, have your proof handy.

Hohmann has compiled an eye-popping list of Somali criminals that surely is the tip of the iceberg because we only learn about new cases when some local media outlet has the guts to report on the nationality of an arrested perp, and if the story breaks out of the local community.

Readers need to know that most Somalis in the US are here through the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program or through the chain migration it has spawned. 
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FAIR: Refugee resettlement costs taxpayers billions; welfare biggest chunk

I’m happy to see that more national immigration control groups are addressing the costly UN/US Refugee Admissions Program!  Where are you Heritage?
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A reader asks: Who is resettling refugees in North Carolina?

And, part 2 of reader Robert’s question was: How can I find out where those Aussie detainees will be placed in my state? Robert’s question was in response to this post: Flight glitch causes some delay as Australia’s rejected ‘refugees’ head to US I’m glad he asked because it reminds me that there are so many […]
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Dramatic drop in number of refugees entering the US in first 2 months of fiscal year

The President now has completed the first two months of what will be his first full year in admitting refugees to the US and we see numbers are dramatically lower.  In fact they are so low that if the present pace continues until the end of the fiscal year, September 30th, less than 20,000 could […]
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