Update: This group of Syrians will NOT now be placed in Hudson because the Dept. of State says they need more medical care than Hudson has to offer. They are going somewhere else. This case is all very strange from start to finish and it strikes me that Obama’s outgoing resettlement team is in disarray. … Continue reading Refugee controversy hot in Hudson, Wisconsin; Congressman wants answers
First, this proposal to a specific Catholic Church to effectively become a resettlement agency in a town with no resettlement office tells me that the refugee industry is getting desperate. Frankly, as Congress has not appropriated enough money for Obama’s large refugee numbers for FY17 (already underway) because it has not acted on the budget … Continue reading Hudson,Wisconsin Catholic Church asked to resettle five Syrian families in departure from normal resettlement process
Call home Paul Ryan! This outrageous “savings” program is one of many, you as Speaker of the House, need to investigate! I’m guessing this is not an isolated case. For new readers, Speaker Paul Ryan has not allowed any serious Refugee Act reform bills (he allowed one sham bill because he knew the Senate wouldn’t … Continue reading Wisconsin Refugee Agency may have scammed taxpayers big time!
Michael Patrick Leahy has published one more investigative report on Tuberculosis in the US refugee population. Go to our ‘health issues’ category by clicking here to see his previous reports. Here is the latest, hot off the presses this morning: Twenty-seven recently resettled refugees were among the 117 cases of active tuberculosis (TB) diagnosed in … Continue reading Breitbart: Wisconsin is (for now) the new TB capital of America
It’s getting worse. First we were told only refugees with latent TB are permitted entry into the US, then Michael Patrick Leahy writing at Breitbart reported that, no, active TB is coming in as well. Now, we learn that even a more serious problem could be developing in your towns with multi-drug resistant TB in … Continue reading Wisconsin has multi-drug resistant Tuberculosis in its refugee population