The news on refugees is pretty sparse these days as the Afghan migrants (they are not refugees!) are consuming much of the bandwidth (and cash) the contractors need to expand the refugee program to admit their dream number of 125,000 refugees from every corner of the world this year.
The Afghans are seemingly being placed willy-nilly around America—not surprisingly in ‘welcoming’ cities like Buffalo, but also in places like Helena, Montana which did not heretofore have a refugee resettlement office. Can you say ‘Trojan Horse!’
By the way, once an office opens in your community, good luck ever shuttering it!
But, as my alerts attest, struggles abound as housing and jobs are in short supply for Biden’s ‘new American’ Afghans and hey! you! taxpayers, in Des Moines their bad teeth need fixing….
So, we learned this week that the ‘No borders’ crowd isn’t happy with their man Joe one year in from his occupation of the White House. They know that as this Midterm election year commences, the likelihood of getting any significant legislation through Congress is pretty much DOA.
We all know, however, that they have a lot to be happy about as our borders are wide open and more are on the way (even dying on the frozen Canadian border) thanks to encouragement from the White House.
Couldn’t we say that Joe is killing these poor souls?
And, from goat farming to child brides, the Afghans and their fellow Muslim migrants are expected to change America in large and small ways….
Meanwhile in my ‘Invasion of Europe’ news category, a Presidential candidate declares he wants France to preserve its unique historic culture…
And, for a little laugh, we note a kerfuffle at World Relief (one of the nine major contractors that monopolize all resettlement in the US)*** resulted in the resignation of its Seattle office honcho. Headquarters apparently objected to the hiring of a gay man by the local sub office.
Scandals among the do-gooders are always good for a chuckle….
***If you are new here, these are the nine federal refugee resettlement contractors overseeing hundreds of “affiliates” (aka subcontractors).
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