It Begins: Federal Contractors Out Scouring America for New Target Towns for Biden Refugees

***Update*** At least one resident of this northern Virginia county is not happy. Is this a one-off, or could a pocket of resistance be growing?

Winchester, VA: Letter Writer Not Happy with Opening City to Refugees

Heads up Winchester, Virginia!

“Winchester has always been an open community.”

(Mayor David Smith)

This is probably going on in most of America right now!

The nine federal Refugee Resettlement contractors*** that work for the US State Department and ultimately the United Nations are getting ready for Chairman Joe’s promise to begin the massive, possibly annual, flow of 125,000 refugees to America beginning October first!

(It is still unclear how many will be admitted before that date since the Biden team has been flip-flopping on what they plan to do for the remainder of this fiscal year.)

This is exactly how it begins! 

This is exactly what Church World Service did in Hagerstown, MD in 2007 when I first became aware of the federally funded plan to diversify America.

They send a spokesperson to a local elected board, in my case the county commission, to explain how wonderful it would be to bring impoverished refugees to the community.

Winchester is the county seat of largely rural Frederick County, Virginia. It borders West Virginia.

Then completely uninformed elected officials nod in agreement (fear of looking racist!) not having a clue what types of questions they should ask.

As for Winchester, Virginia, it looks like there will be an opportunity for some citizen input before May 11th, but even that may be too late because Winchester’s Democrat mayor is signaling that Winchester is welcoming.

From the Winchester Star:

City could become home to international refugees

WINCHESTER — A global faith-based organization thinks Winchester is an ideal community for international refugees who have been driven from their own countries.

Let’s be clear! CWS is a hard Left political activist organization. Here along with the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) they organized a protest against President Trump in 2018. Look closely and you will see CWS logo on protest signs. https://refugeeresettlementwatch.org/2018/01/28/church-world-service-and-hias-join-cair-to-protest-at-white-house/

 

Susannah Lepley, Virginia’s director of Immigration and Refugee Resettlement for the nonprofit Church World Service (CWS), told the city’s Planning and Economic Development Committee this week that her organization — formed in 1946 as a partnership between 17 religious denominations that wanted to feed, clothe and shelter the impoverished — hopes to open an office in Winchester that would serve people who have been forced from their homelands due to political, social or religious persecution.

[Lepley doesn’t mention that the majority of CWS funding comes from the US government (aka taxpayers) letting officials believe their work is purely driven by ‘religious’ charity—ed]

“We feel that refugees would add to the Winchester community,” Lepley said. “There would be more people to work here, and Winchester would be great for the refugees themselves.”  [What? So Winchester is short on workers?—ed]

Lepley said the refugee resettlement office’s goal for the first year would be to bring in 100 refugees, which equates to about two families per month.

However, that number could increase in later years if President Joe Biden follows through on his pledge to raise the number of refugees allowed into the United States annually.

It will not end!  Once the flow begins, elected officials in Winchester will have no say on how many more will be placed there.  Schools? Healthcare? Social Services? Law enforcement? What happens when those services are stretched?  Winchester will be out of luck!

By the way, Lepley’s office is in Harrisonburg, VA and they have likely saturated that area with impoverished refugees and so must now find new territory.

Currently, only 15,000 refugees are allowed in per year — a number that Lepley said is “a historic low” — but Biden has said he wants to elevate that number to 125,000, possibly as soon as October. Prior to the tenure of President Donald Trump, she said, the yearly average number of refugees allowed into the U.S. was 96,000.

“What we’re doing is building the structure so that when the presidential determination is 125,000, we’ll have places to send people that are welcoming towns, welcoming cities,” Lepley said.

The Winchester CWS office, at least initially, would primarily serve people who have fled Iraq and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

After 90 days the refugees are the responsibility of ‘welcoming’ Winchester!

“Before they arrive, we find an apartment for them, we set up the apartment, we furnish it with everything from dishes to lights to beds, sheets, towels, shampoo, everything,” Lepley said. “We help them within the first seven days to apply for government assistance to get them through the first several months, provide very intensive case management for the first 90 days, and then we provide employment assistance, help put their kids in school, things like that for the first five years they’re here.”

CWS also helps refugees learn English and obtain permanent residence in the United States.

Why are they coming?  Because the United Nations has “granted permission” for them to come to America!

Kim Herbstritt

Committee member Kim Herbstritt asked Lepley why the refugees would come to the U.S.

“They’re invited by the State Department,” Lepley said, explaining the refugees have already applied for, and been granted permission to, emigrate to the United States by the United Nation’s High Commissioner for Refugees.

At least someone has the good sense to ask about housing availability!

Herbstritt said it may be difficult for Lepley to find enough local homes for the refugees. The city’s housing supply is so low that on Tuesday, only 19 homes were available for purchase in Winchester, and half of those cost more than $300,000 each. She recommended Lepley also look at available housing in nearby Frederick and Clarke counties.

If city officials give their blessing to the refugee resettlement office, Lepley said it would most likely open in April 2021 [that date has passed?—ed] somewhere within city limits.

Mayor Smith

“Winchester has always been an open community,” Mayor and committee member David Smith said before the panel voted unanimously to recommend City Council’s approval of a resolution supporting the refugee resettlement office.

Council will open discussions on the proposal at its next meeting on May 11.

So has Winchester run out of its own poor people to care for?  That is what you should be asking the Mayor and city officials!

If you live in Winchester or anywhere in Frederick County, Virginia or adjoining counties and have problems with bringing third world poverty to your town or county when Americans are unemployed and homeless, you better get moving and make your voices heard. 

That is the only way to stop this train.  

***In case you are new to RRW, here are all of the nine contractors that have monopolized all refugee distribution in the US for decades.

They worked to ‘elect’ Biden/Harris and lobby for open borders.  As taxpayers you pay them millions annually to change America by changing the people.

Americans Last! is their motto!

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