Refugee status often contrived to exploit: Arizona falls prey
First we direct your attention to a compelling commentary by conservative columnist Michelle Malkin, titled, “Citizen revolt: Resist refugee resettlement dumps!”
Read it from beginning to end. We promise you the facts will shock you out of your shoes.
Then hop over to the local newspaper. Monday’s pathetic edition was so anorexic it contained only two sections. Sports was one. Leftward skewed news was the other. Characterized by oversize photos, regurgitated reports and purchased content, it is rife with hearing aid ads and even those dealing with ED, aimed at the senior citizens who are accustomed to the flaccid plop of a folded newspaper on their driveway.
You’ll find an intriguing Page One report that coalesces flawlessly with Malkin’s stunning assessment This one, however, details the welcoming of costly “refugees.” And, of course, it’s taking place right here under our noses in Arizona. It’s time to get up to speed on this far-reaching problem as our state thrusts its finger in the eye of our citizens, but also President Trump, who has set more rational standards.
On September 26, 2019, President Trump signed an Executive Order specifying a humanitarian and responsible approach to refugees that protects the welfare of American citizens. This brief fact sheet clearly states his rational approach to dealing with refugee resettlement, which increases transparency and prioritizes America’s citizens.
Important takeaways from the White House fact sheet:
The primary goal of our refugee policy is to enable refugees to ultimately return home, where they can help rebuild their communities – which also supports our foreign policy interests.
The United States spends billions of dollars resettling refugees that could be invested in our citizens here at home.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) spent more than $96 billion on programs supporting or benefiting refugees between 2005 and 2014. HHS surveys show that 45 percent of refugees arriving between 2011 and 2015 were receiving cash assistance and 49 percent were receiving Medicaid.
President Trump is prioritizing the safety and security of the American people by making sure we do not admit more people than we can vet. The United States can only admit so many refugees while ensuring we maintain a high standard of screening.
Proper controls are vital, as many refugees come from countries that are known sources of terrorism or lack the modern record keeping to help us identify their nationals.
Law enforcement has apprehended a number of alleged terrorists in recent years who passed through our refugee program.
This is the man the Democrats are intent on impeaching.