The left wants to resume ‘refugee resettlement’ now

I know Trump is rather busy lately, but he’d better keep his eye on this and make sure we keep the doors closed tight.

We’re in the middle of a global pandemic, the United States economy is shut down, and there’s a movement afoot to bring more “refugees” here. Breitbart reports:

Refugee contractors, partially funded by American taxpayers, have lobbied for mass immigration to the United States during the Chinese coronavirus crisis.

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Refugee contractors, like the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) and Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), have issued statements supporting House Democrats’ “No Ban Act” to end presidential-issued travel bans and continued refugee resettlement into the U.S.

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The State Department has halted refugee resettlement in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, though a handful of “emergency” refugees have been resettled over the last week.

Refugee contractors have a vested interest in making sure as many refugees are resettled across the U.S. as possible because their annual federally-funded budgets are contingent on the number of refugees they resettle.

We don’t need this on a good day. And we’re having a bit of a bad day. So, no thanks. Our doors need to be closed tight and locked.

Syrian refugees in 2015 (Photo credit: Mstyslav Chernov)

Leave it to the left to compound a nightmare and make a horrible situation even worse. It’s what they do. For the children, you know. (sarc off)

Thomas Lifson adds:

The “refugee contractors” make money off of refugees. Just because they are non-profit organizations in legal form does exempt them from the label “profiteers.” Their staff salaries and benefits depend on a steady flow of newcomers brought into the United States with their assistance.

Follow the money!

I know Trump is rather busy lately, but he’d better keep his eye on this and make sure we keep the doors closed tight.

We’re in the middle of a global pandemic, the United States economy is shut down, and there’s a movement afoot to bring more “refugees” here. Breitbart reports:

Refugee contractors, partially funded by American taxpayers, have lobbied for mass immigration to the United States during the Chinese coronavirus crisis.

[snip]

Refugee contractors, like the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) and Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), have issued statements supporting House Democrats’ “No Ban Act” to end presidential-issued travel bans and continued refugee resettlement into the U.S.

[snip]

The State Department has halted refugee resettlement in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, though a handful of “emergency” refugees have been resettled over the last week.

Refugee contractors have a vested interest in making sure as many refugees are resettled across the U.S. as possible because their annual federally-funded budgets are contingent on the number of refugees they resettle.

We don’t need this on a good day. And we’re having a bit of a bad day. So, no thanks. Our doors need to be closed tight and locked.

Syrian refugees in 2015 (Photo credit: Mstyslav Chernov)

Leave it to the left to compound a nightmare and make a horrible situation even worse. It’s what they do. For the children, you know. (sarc off)

Thomas Lifson adds:

The “refugee contractors” make money off of refugees. Just because they are non-profit organizations in legal form does exempt them from the label “profiteers.” Their staff salaries and benefits depend on a steady flow of newcomers brought into the United States with their assistance.

Follow the money!