February 2021: Refugee News Round-up

Refugee industry media has gone into high gear.  As we reported recently, Biden is now aiming for 62,500 refugees to be admitted by the end of this fiscal year—September 30th.

Biden’s New Plans to Boost Refugee Numbers, Wants 62,500 by September 30th


See maps (in below story) where the first waves of new third worlders will be placed.  Later in the Biden administration I expect the contractors*** and the US State Department to spread out to new sites as they overload the existing sites.

During Trump’s Presidency Many Refugee Agency Affiliates Closed

By the way, the maps in the above post do not tell the whole story.  Refugees can be placed within 100 miles of a resettlement office, and at the end of the Obama administration his State Department was working with the contractors to expand offices into about 40 additional locations. Trump’s victory in 2016 killed that plan.

There is limited data available now at the Refugee Processing Center where numbers indicate that they have a long way to go to reach a cap of 62,500 by September 30th.

State Department data shows that as of the end of January (4 months into the fiscal year) only 1,403 refugees were admitted.  They were distributed across three fourths of US states.

Top ‘welcoming’ states are California, Washington, Texas, New York and Illinois (North Carolina is just one refugee behind IL).

Media fluff stories!

Apparently, the word has gone out to all of the subcontractors, who work for the nine federal government resettlement contractors, to gin up the media with fluff stories about the refugees soon to bring the joys of diversity to your towns and cities.

I’ve been posting some of those stories at my Refugee Resettlement page on Facebook and they have reached thousands; hundreds have weighed in with spirited comments.  Over the last 28 days I’ve reached 75,000 people there, so I don’t plan to get off of Facebook until they dump me.

News from Florida: https://wusfnews.wusf.usf.edu/politics-issues/2021-02-22/as-biden-policies-take-effect-south-florida-expecting-large-number-of-migrants-and-refugees

Indiana: https://www.journalgazette.net/news/local/20210224/nonprofit-could-see-more-refugees

Kentucky: https://www.wkyufm.org/post/international-center-kentucky-hopes-expand-hundreds-refugees-expected-arrive#stream/0

Montana: https://www.mtpr.org/post/missoula-resettlement-group-prepping-nations-refugee-increase

Nebraska: http://netnebraska.org/article/news/1253885/bidens-increase-refugee-limits-gives-hope-local-centers

Oregon: https://catholicsentinel.org/Content/News/Local/Article/After-adapting-to-record-low-limits-on-refugee-admissions-Catholic-Charities-now-prepares-to-welcome-more-families-/2/35

Pennsylvania: https://www.inquirer.com/news/refugees-resettlement-nationalities-service-center-hias-pa-biden-trump-20210221.html

Utah: https://www.abc4.com/news/infocus/in-focus-discussion-preparing-for-more-refugees-in-utah/

See my interview at One News Now.

Keep an eye out for more on AOC and her pals pushing for “climate refugees” to be admitted to the US by the thousands.

Here at the UK Daily Mail.

And don’t forget!  No one in Washington is going to save you, it is up to you to organize locally to Make America Great Again!

Personal Story From a Reader Reminds Me! It is now up to YOU!

See my tutorial on how to compete with the Left!  I am going to add to it weekly and it will be available in my sidebar (see Obama the community organizer image!) here at RRW and at ‘Frauds and Crooks.’

I have also written many refugee posts at ‘Frauds and Crooks’, see here.

For those who have inquired, I am at Gab with a limited following.  Twitter has suspended my account and removed my followers.


***For New Readers these are the nine federal refugee contractors who worked to put Biden and Harris in the White House, are lobbying for millions of illegal aliens to be transformed into legal voting citizens, and they have succeeded in getting the new administration to promise to raise the ceiling for refugee admissions to 125,000 for next year—that is the highest it has been in 29 years.

They are largely paid by you, the taxpayer, for their work of changing America by changing the people, and in so doing, are putting struggling Americans last!



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8 thoughts on “February 2021: Refugee News Round-up

  1. None scheduled to “resettle” in DELAWARE, Biden’s home State. WHY, one might ask?

    1. Tom, I have been mentioning for a dozen years that although Biden was one of the architects of the Refugee Program along with Ted Kennedy, Delaware has only taken a handful of refugees over the years. One might say, well it is a small state. However, Rhode Island is smaller and has taken thousands upon thousands since the act became law in 1980. If you are interested use the search window and type in Delaware and Biden and you will see what I mean.

  2. This all makes me sick to my stomach. Our town fought this 6 years ago and it divided the town. I see NC has 67 to date which is alot since Trump halted much of it. I see they no longer have the interactive reporting and you cannot see which towns are receiving refugees from which countries.

    1. I wrote about that a few months ago. It was actually the Trump administration that gutted Wrapsnet. I suspect the deep staters in the State Dept. hoodwinked the few political people that Trump put in there. I think one of Trump’s greatest failings is the he didn’t put loyal knowledgeable people in to guard his/our! interests.

      1. That definitely hurt him in the long run. If he had 4 more years he might have been able to drain more of the swamp but his goal was cut short. But heck who would want to be in government and in DC. Not anybody that is sane.

        1. That is the problem with politics generally. Truly good and competent people want none of it, and that is why so few good people run for any elected office as well.

  3. Don’t fall for the “minors” scam. In Europe, we counted males up to 40 years of age as “minors”, sent them to school with our children.

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