So why not a federal grant for all victims of crime?
I know this isn’t the most interesting news you will read today, but it is again an example of how the federal government plays favorites as it spends your money, and thus is a topic of interest to me!
And, for those of you who followed Refugee Resettlement Watch this is one more case where the federal refugee contractors, which live off of your tax dollars, are still being funded even as the numbers of incoming refugees have dropped under President Trump. Continue reading “Erie: Justice Department Grant Awarded for Refugee Victims of Crime”→
“Given such high stakes, and the reports of abuses, the U.S. government might want to reconsider the whole resettlement referral system put in place by UNHCR.”
(Nayla Rush, Center for Immigration Studies)
That is the conclusion that Nayla Rush at the Center for Immigration Studies comes to after doing a deep dive into that recent NBC investigation about fraud and corruption within the United Nations as it does the first sorting-out of potential refugees for America.
See my report hereabout what NBC found.
What Rush prescribes is exactly what the Trump Administration should have been doing from day one—REFORMING the entire system of refugee resettlement that begins in Africa, Asia, or the Middle East when a wannabe refugee first registers with the UN for permanent resettlement.
Rush’s report (published yesterday) is hereand this is her wrap-up (emphasis is mine),
UNHCR Corruption: Resettlement Spots for a Price
The United States is entrusting the local staff of UNHCR with the selection of refugees eligible for resettlement in the United States, and entrusting the RSC staff with pre-screening and preparation of case files for resettlement applicants. We don’t know much about these men and women the U.S. government believes possess the exceptional good judgment, expertise, and integrity needed to make refugee determinations and resettlement referrals.But we do know that most work in difficult conditions and are citizens of unsettled countries where corruption is at times deemed an acceptable, even necessary, means of survival.
Let’s not forget that resettlement is one of UNHCR’s “durable solutions”. Resettled refugees are required by law “to apply for a green card (permanent residence) in the United States one year after being admitted as a refugee”.18 They can apply for citizenship four years later (not five, as the five-year count for refugees starts on the day of arrival). From this perspective, a resettlement card gives access to citizenship. UNHCR staff are, in a way, deciding not only who can move to the United States, they are also choosing who will have the opportunity to become an American.Given such high stakes, and the reports of abuses, the U.S. government might want to reconsider the whole resettlement referral system put in place by UNHCR. If “vulnerability” is no longer the key to selecting refugees for resettlement, does that mean bribery is?
Read it all here.
For the umpteenth time, Trump did a good job slowing the flow to America especially from countries that have been Islamic terror-producing hot spots. (BTW, Rohingya Muslim arrivals are coming at a fast pace.)
However, the entire flawed system is still firmly in place to be refueled with more of your tax dollars the minute Trump is no longer in the White House.
If you’ve been following Frauds and Crooks for awhile, you may have noticed that I use the phrase “new Americans” a lot.
That is on purpose because I am trying to demonstrate how the Left controls the language and have in recent years put a warm glow around the phrase “new Americans.”
The word ‘refugee’ once had a similar aura, but in recent times the word has lost its luster. Likewise for Progressives, ‘immigrant’ is no longer a respectable term for a foreign person arriving in America (and don’t you dare use ‘alien’ or heads will explode). So, they have latched on to the words “new Americans” as an all-encompassing phrase that they believe will cause you to open your welcoming arms to the world’s diverse cultures.
However, as I demonstrate daily there are some pretty unsavory “new Americans” among us.
That is a long way around to my news this morning. Did you know that George Soros had an older (rich also) brother named Paul?
I didn’t until yesterday (LOL! probably some of you are asking, Ann where have you been?)! Continue reading “Soros Fellowships Awarded to New Americans”→
“From her home in Cudahy, Dais promoted ISIS’s hateful, violent agenda and provided detailed instructions on how to harm innocent people.”
(U.S. Attorney Matthew Krueger)
You’ve likely seen the news this morning about the guilty plea of a former Israeli (Israel does have Arab residents), Waheba Issa Dais, for using social media to educate ISIS lovers the world over on how to make bombs, but the point I want to make is that ‘new American’ terrorists aren’t hiding out in big city America, but could be just down the street from you in middle America.
So why is there a virtual media blackout of the story?
Oh, there is some media coverage like the bare-bones story about what happened on April 5th, but no interest outside of the early reports from local media.
In fact, there is more news about why there isn’t any news on the cable networks and elsewhere.
And, where is the New York Times or the Washington Post on what sure looks like a “hate crime?”
Of course one of my major questions is about the immigration status (nationality?) of the “Aurora man” now behind bars.
Is he simply an “African-American,” or is he a NEW African-American? Continue reading “Colorado "Man" Charged with Deliberately Running Down White Children”→