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    Consider the Optics Mr. President! Thousands of Impoverished People Arriving in the U

    Consider the optics Mr. President! Thousands of impoverished people arriving in the US when Americans are homeless

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 12, 2017







    Irma damage in Florida. This article says the cost of hurricanes Harvey and Irama to the US economy will be $290 billion. I’ve seen higher estimates. http://www.businessamlive.com/hurric...uweather-says/

    As I have said until you are surely sick to death of it, President Donald J. Trump is expected to present to Congress a ‘determination’ within days about how many third world impoverished people will be admitted to the US beginning on October 1.


    But, here is the thing—he has complete authority to say that NO refugees will be admitted in FY18 because the Refugee Act of 1980 gives that power to the President!
    In the last 2 days, three reporters (that I know of) wrote about suspending, or shutting down, the UN/US Refugee Admissions Program for this year.




    Open Borders activist Sharry admitted that Trump can “zero the program out.”


    First, Thomas Allen atVDARE wrote this (read it all, it is full of historical knowledge about the program). Allen mentions this:


    But even Open Borders activists recognize Trump has the legal authority to set the number at zero for 2018. Frank Sharry[Email him] a leading Treason Lobbyist, told a group of activists at the National Partnership for New Americans conference in September 2017 [2016-ed] that Trump could “zero the program out” if he chose to. And Congress certainly could zero out the funding of the program if it chose to.

    Not only did Sharry acknowledge this, but so did Bill Frelick from Human Rights Watch, here.


    Bill Frelick of Human Rights Watch: “…there is no requirement that the U.S. resettle a single refugee….”


    And, indeed HIAS executives reported (here) that George W. Bush delayed a Presidential determination in the wake of 9/11 without any legal consequences to him. (The administration must have been worried about Islamic terrorists getting in to the US even then!)





    Harvey leaves American homes in Texas ruined by flood waters. Maybe the refugee contractors could get their volunteers busy helping Americans first!

    Next, read Daniel Horowitz yesterday atConservative Review.

    And, finally don’t miss Leo Hohmann at World Net Dailywhere I am quoted saying this:

    Ann Corcoran, who has followed refugee resettlement for more than a decade, said Trump has plenty of reason to do just that and still come across as a great humanitarian by focusing on needy Americans.

    “The public should be outraged to learn that in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, which have left tens of thousands of Americans homeless, that we are poised to take in thousands of impoverished refugees when we now have our own refugees, struggling people who have lost their homes, lost everything, with their lives shattered, living in tents, shelters and RVs,” Corcoran said.

    To bring in more from other countries in a time like this would be the ultimate insanity.”

    Read it all.


    The refugee industry (the resettlement contractors and the cheap labor lobby) want you to think that the President must submit a determination of at least 50,000 for the upcoming fiscal year, but it just isn’t so!
    Tell the President what you think by clicking here to get instructions…Tell your members of Congress and US Senators too!


    America First!




    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wor...-are-homeless/



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    Yes, reduce the refugee number for this next year by a lot. At least by half, I would like to see .... ZERO refugees next year and the year after that and the year after that.
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    White House could announce refugee ceiling for FY18 this week

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on September 13, 2017
    “We don’t really know who is driving this train”

    (whines Melanie Nezer of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society)

    The decision could come this week and the contractors*** are scared to death that the number could be 50,000 or lower. At least that is what VICE News is reporting and they clearly have an inside line to Leftist/Open Borders leakers in the administration if this report is to be believed, and I have no reason not to believe it.

    It also confirms the vibes I got listening to the HIAS conference call last week—the contractors are out of the loop!

    Before you read the VICE story, be sure to see my post yesterday entitled:

    Consider the optics Mr. President! Thousands of impoverished people arriving in the US when Americans are homeless

    Now, here is VICE News (emphasis is mine):

    The Trump administration is expected to drastically reduce the number of refugees that will be allowed into the United States in the coming year, VICE News has learned.





    VICE reports that Stephen Miller is butting heads with Mattis and McMaster over refugee numbers for FY18 (which begins in a little over 2 weeks)


    Multiple sources, including an official in the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) with direct knowledge of the situation, say Trump plans to cap refugee admissions for the 2018 fiscal year at no more than 50,000. That limit would be the fewest in modern history, and less than half as many as President Obama authorized last year.

    [….]

    Trump hasn’t yet made a final decision on refugee admissions, the sources said, but according to the USRAP official, “it won’t exceed 50,000” and could even be fewer. White House officials and members of the National Security Council were scheduled to discuss the refugee cap Tuesday, and an official announcement could come as soon as this week.

    [….]

    A White House spokesman declined to comment on “internal discussions” about refugees. The State Department, which oversees U.S. refugee resettlement programs, told VICE News the cap would be set “after appropriate consultation with Congress” and before the start of the 2018 fiscal year on October 1, but declined to answer additional questions.

    According to a source familiar with the discussions, Stephen Miller, Trump’s senior advisor for policy, has been the leading advocate for fewer refugee admissions, and has attempted to sideline other key players in the discussions, including Defense Secretary James Mattis and National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster.

    [….]

    In his proposed budget for 2018, which is under consideration by Congress, Trump calls for slashing the budget for refugee resettlement from $544.7 million to $410 million. Overall spending on U.S. refugee programs, including ones that provide aid to refugees and displaced people overseas during humanitarian crises, would be cut by 13 percent, falling from $3.1 billion to $2.7 billion.

    [….]

    Under the Refugee Act of 1980, which established the current standards for screening refugees and admitting them into the country, the president has broad authority to dictate how many refugees the U.S accepts. In certain years the U.S. has admitted fewer refugees than allotted, but Trump’s proposed cap would be the lowest ever.





    Transparency my a**!

    This next bit should make your blood boil if you have been (for years) a citizen activist in your community and have been excluded from refugee planning meetings and denied documents about your towns/cities!


    Humanitarian groups, which have typically been consulted ahead of a final decision by the president, complain they’ve been completely shut out of the process this year.

    Melanie Nezer, senior vice president of public affairs at the refugee resettlement agency HIAS, said in past years there was transparencyand an open dialogue between the White House, the State Department, and Congress, but uncertainty is now the status quo. [THERE WAS NEVER TRANSPARENCY FOR TAXPAYERS AND CITIZENS QUESTIONING HOW THEIR MONEY WAS BEING SPENT AND WHO WAS COMING TO THEIR NEIGHBORHOODS!–ED]


    “We don’t really know who is driving this train,” Nezer said. “We’re guessing like everyone else. That’s very unusual. In prior administrations, both Democrat and Republican, we’ve been a real partner on this.”


    Continue reading VICE here. However, have a look at accurate numbers for the ceilings and actual admissions here. Obama never set a ceiling anywhere near 110,000 until he was walking out the door in 2016. Also there were many years when admissions dropped below 50,000.
    For new readers, the point to remember is that each refugee (client) comes with a pile of money (taxpayer dollars) attached that goes to the contractors, like HIAS, to keep their phony-baloney ‘non-profit’ groups afloat. See (here) how much they are being paid to do their ‘charitable good works.’


    (BTW, HIAS is one of the plaintiffs in the ‘Travel ban’ lawsuit against the President while pocketing millions of federal dollars.)


    We have been arguing for weeks that the President should suspend the program altogether for FY18 and tell Congress to investigate the program with an eye to reform it. Irma and Harvey have made that the most sensible course of action.


    America First!


    We have refugees of our own!


    Tell the President what you think by clicking here to get instructions…Tell your members of Congress and US Senators too!


    ***The federal contractors paid by the head for refugee “clients” they place (secretively!) in your towns and cities.



    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wor...y18-this-week/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    Yes, reduce the refugee number for this next year by a lot. At least by half, I would like to see .... ZERO refugees next year and the year after that and the year after that.
    I agree Judy. In my opinion, ZERO is closer to the right number, too.

    The Generals are wanting more refugees and amnesty. Kelly, Mattis, McMaster. Disgusting. This does nothing to protect us or to keep us safe. It costs us billions. They also messed with the travel ban to make it more lenient.

    We seem to get the America hating foreign citizens through these wars and conflicts. Selling us out.
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    Related:

    Trump Administration Considers Cutting Refugee Cap to Lowest Level in Decades

    https://www.alipac.us/f9/trump-admin...ecades-350762/
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    VICE reports that Stephen Miller is butting heads with Mattis and McMaster over refugee numbers for FY18 (which begins in a little over 2 weeks)
    kelly, mcmasters are hillary followers and trump is allowing them to push him in a direction opposite his promises and the expectations of his voter base.
    she wanted to increase 500x the refugees influx, especially from muslim countries - look who is pushing for higher numbers - trump's advisors. obama is still running things then; trump has allowed them in his circle. Refugees, daca, bargaining for border security with give aways for them only. Cave city for trump. Allow ryan to speak of no wall, yes to daca - really?
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    Cut it to zero for quite some time.

    Why not make some arrangements for them to stay either in, or near their homes, so they can return when situations get better. If in fact, they really are refugees and have no choice.

    It would be cheaper to care for them near their homes than to bring them here, put them on the welfare system, food, housing, medical care, education, etc. As well as dealing with the problems caused by coming from a different culture.

    It is far more humane to try to keep them in their own homes, than to move them around the world. Let's talk turnkey to those halo-polishers who SAY they are promoting this for humanitarian reasons.
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    Let's talk turnkey to those halo-polishers who SAY they are promoting this for humanitarian reasons.
    They're in it for the money. It's how they make their living.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judy View Post
    They're in it for the money. It's how they make their living.
    Oh, I know - from all manner of so called charities to churches to foundations, etc.

    These foundations, like the Clinton's, are very suspect. I'm wondering how many countries in need, either from natural disasters, wars we may have started, or just economic problems, get 'helped' by these foundations? When in truth they are 'helping themselves' to the resources of that country.

    The existence and dealings of these 'foundations' need to be checked out.
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    It's disgusting what's going on in our country with these phony "charities",
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