The federal refugee contractors, that altogether receive over a half a billion a year of your money to place refugees in your towns and cities, must be using reporters at Reuters to get their messages out to the public. Here we have news that Lawrence Bartlett, some of you have seen his advocacy for … Continue reading Lawrence Bartlett, State Department refugee chieftain sidelined?
This post might be going into the deep state weeds for many readers, but since beltway news hounds read RRW too, this is worth posting. Larry Bartlett, prior to being assigned to the Freedom of Information Office at the State Department, was the main career guru (under the Asst. Sec. of State level) responsible for … Continue reading Far Left Dems trying to rescue Larry Bartlett from purgatory at State Department
Noyes, a career diplomat, seems a surprising pick. I was fully expecting a hardened Leftwing ideologue like Obama’s former Asst. Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM), Anne Richard, or possibly the insider Lawrence Bartlett, a bureaucrat, who wouldn’t have a long learning curve. And, then another likely choice could have been Mark … Continue reading Biden Expected to Tap Julieta Valls Noyes (Who?) to Head Refugee Program at State Department
Neil Munro writing at Breitbart yesterday confirms what we know, the refugee industry does not want local citizens to have a say when their towns and cities are chosen by federal resettlement contractors and approved by the US State Department as new homes for impoverished third worlders. Remember that when Obama left office in 2016 … Continue reading Breitbart: Refugee Promoters Want to Keep Americans in the Dark About Biden Refugee Arrivals/Placement
Editor: First, see my quickie post last night. Also, note that I am now able (at this newly reconstructed RRW) to accept comments and I suspect more than a few of you might not like my analysis. So I will say at the outset, my hesitation to give a full blessing to the Presidential Determination … Continue reading More on the President’s 18,000 Refugees for FY2020 Decision