Refugee Resettlement: Not A Charitable Program

 Refugee Resettlement Program -   Not a Charitable Program by Jane Bilello @AshevilleTeaPty

The Refugee Resettlement Program Is not a charitable program. More than half of the initial expenses are paid by the Federal Government – money to the United Nations, money for bureaucrats, money for FBI and DHS officials – client stipends for 3 to 8 months – and these costs run at least 1 billion per year. (Your tax money!) In addition, the majority of immigrants bring in family members and up to 70% stay on food stamps and Medicaid forever. Once a city is a seedling, it will grow and grow rapidly. See Detroit, Lewiston, Maine, Clarkston, Georgia. 

FBI Director Comey also admits we cannot properly vet them and they are a security risk. Are we next?  Once the State Department approves a settlement office, they can settle their clients anywhere within 100 miles. That’s enough to cover 80% to 90% of U.S. cities. There are plans for over 300 offices in the nation.  Two of the 9 NC providers are in Asheville.

Can we do something about it?  Yes we can. The refugee program is voluntary. And the State Department says over and over that it will not settle refugees in places where the inhabitants feel this program is not right for them. Tell Rep Patrick McHenry to help Rep Mark Meadows to help us end the madness. (213) 

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Refugee Resettlement - Not A Charitable Program
by Jane Bilello @AshevilleTeaPty

The Refugee Resettlement Program Is not a charitable program. More than half of the initial expenses are paid by the Federal Government – money to the United Nations, money for bureaucrats, money for FBI and DHS officials that include client stipends for 3 to 8 months – and these costs run at least 1 billion per year. (Your tax money!)

 In addition, the majority of immigrants bring in family members.  Up to 70% stay on food stamps and Medicaid forever. Once a city is a seedling, it will grow and grow rapidly. See Detroit, Lewiston, Maine, Clarkston, Georgia. 

FBI Director Comey also admits we cannot properly vet them and they are a security risk.  Are we next?  Once the State Department approves a settlement office, they can settle their clients anywhere within 100 miles. That’s enough to cover 80% to 90% of U.S. cities. There are plans for over 300 offices in the nation.  Two of the nine NC providers are in Asheville.

Can we do something about it?  The refugee program is voluntary. The State Department says over and over that it will not settle refugees in places where the inhabitants feel this program is not right for them. Throughout our history, our political leaders have protected their citizens by embracing a policy of admitting those who share our political values.  We have never taken in refugees or immigrants who are a drain on public coffers, who put public health and safety at risk, or whose ideology calls for the overthrow of our government. ISIS and other terrorists groups have vowed to use the freedom and openness of our society to attack us. We would be fools not to believe them.  Come to Congressman Mark Meadows Town Hall this Tuesday, 8/23 at Blue Ridge Community College at 6PM and voice your concern.