By Carol Brown
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.
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.
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!