Are YOU paying for faux refugees?
I’m going to introduce you to the subject and yes you are paying for this in a big way. In 1980 the Refugee Resettlement program was started by President Jimmy Carter and provided for federal grants to be used to bring legitimate refugees into the U.S.
These were (and I stress the past tense) people who were being persecuted for religious, cultural, racial, and political purposes. However, the definition of refugee has been expanded way beyond its original definition and now includes virtually anyone the U.N. wants to send to America and theoretically the U.S. State Department screens them to verify refugee status and eliminate dangerous people from entering our country.
States wanting to participate in the program apply for grants. The grants were and still are administered by the states and allow private contractors to mentor refugees by picking them up at the airport, setting them up with apartments, giving them rudimentary English and job training, find them menial jobs (in a state that is laboring under an 8% unemployment rate) and generally familiarize them with the American culture. The program makes “refugees” eligible for the full gamut of welfare benefits and is producing an entirely new welfare class in America. So, in actuality, these people who were promised a better way of life are being warehoused in slum apartments with nothing to do all day and no hope of prosperity in the foreseeable future. Meanwhile the refugee population continues to swell with more of them on the way.
You are paying for this! The funding for Refugee Resettlement along with the huge welfare cost resulting from it is paid for by your Georgia General Assembly. It can be stopped anytime the legislature decides to stop funding the program!
You can help stop this farce of a program! This is not some problem way off in Washington D.C. this is local.
Here is what you can do:
Citizens for Refugee Resettlement Relief in Georgia
visit www.refugeeresettlementrelief.com to learn more.