Georgia is Bleeding. Your influence counts, use it to halt the Refugee Crisis!
You need to know of the unintended consequences of bypassing
the normal immigration process with the false representation that we
are bringing in refugees who have supposedly suffered religious, social, political
persecution and even physical harm. The truth is that the Federal
government is flooding our state with low skilled, uneducated, permanent
welfare recipients with little or no evidence that they are legitimate
Some even come with a criminal and/or terrorist
the truth about this program. See this program for what it really is.
This is how your Georgia General Assembly is spending
your money. The State of Georgia takes this straight out of your
paycheck. Call and urge your state legislator to stop spending your
money on welfare for refugees!
Some primary members of the General
Assembly who are perpetuating this problem through financing Refugee Resettlement (RR):
Senator Fran Millar ( R)
Dunwoody - RR ring leader, his county applies for Target Assistant Grants
which require ½ of the incoming refugees to live in Dekalb County for 1
Representative Tom Taylor (R)
Dunwoody - Sen. Millar's right hand man on RR.
Senator Renee Unterman (R) Gwinnett - Chairwoman, Senate Health and Human Services
Committee. She is paid over $250,000/yr
by her employer, Amerigroup Insurance (Peachcare welfare contractor) to bring
refugees into Georgia.
Dempsey (R) Floyd - Chairwoman House
Human Services Committee Appropriations Sub-committee. Rep. Dempsey is is Senator Unterman’s RR leader in the
Contact your member of these committees TODAY!
Tell them to stop funding this over burdened, fraudulent program.
Senate Health and Human Services
House Human Services Committee Subcommittee on
Contact your state legislator today!!
Don't we have enough people in Georgia
that need help! YOU can do something to help.
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