“Louisiana State Police contacted the charity organized that originally resettled the Syrian refugee in Baton Rouge and were told that the individual has been settled with a family out of state. According to the charity, the individual is not missing, but has been resettled outside of Louisiana. It is unfortunate and potentially dangerous that the federal government will not work with state authorities and we have to hear reports of refugee resettlement from the media. Governor Jindal has demanded that President Obama give state authorities more information on this program and has directed the State Police and state agencies to use all available measures to prevent the resettlement of refugees in Louisiana.” – Major Doug Cain, Louisiana State Police

One of the things that we’ve discovered about refugee resettlement is that the refugees are dumped into a chosen city and can move wherever they want with no tracking system. Typically, they’ll move to where there are family, friends or other Muslims. Hamtramck and Dearborn, Michigan are just two cities that have been turned into little Muslim enclaves. Minnesota is a state that’s seen HUGE changes with the Somali Muslim refugees. One of the biggest refugee resettlement cities that’s forever changed is Worcester, Mass. It’s bad enough that these “new Americans” don’t want to assimilate but now we have the huge risk of terrorists coming and then moving around. The FBI Director has stated several times that these people cannot be properly vetted! Even though that’s very true, the feds are bringing in these “refugees” and dumping them in communities across America like Baton Rouge:

BATON ROUGE- State leaders blasted the feds Monday for not alerting them about 14 Syrian refugees who were resettled in Louisiana. It’s unclear when they arrived.

The majority of them are in the New Orleans area, but one came to Baton Rouge. WBRZ has learned Catholic Charities helped the refugee who settled in Baton Rouge, but said the immigrant left for another state after a couple of days, and they don’t know where the refugee went since they don’t track them.

Monday, Governor Bobby Jindal issued an executive order preventing the resettlement of Syrian refugees into Louisiana. The order prohibits state resources from being used for the refugees. However, that order does not apply to nonprofits and has no effect on the organization that helps refugees.

“We’re at the receiving end,” Executive Director of Catholic Charities, Chad Aguillard said. “We receive them, we welcome them into our community and help them resettle. There has been a lot of commotion and fear with Syrians. The fear is justified, but we have to check that against reality.”

The executive order issued by Governor Jindal also calls for strict monitoring of the refugees. However, state leaders were not made aware that refugees were in Louisiana until this weekend after watching the news.

“This is a federal program, and it was their responsibility, as the governor has stated, that they should have notified myself or governor directly,” GOHSEP Director Kevin Davis said.

As Catholic Charities continues to work with those less fortunate, the organization says it has helped refugees since the Vietnam War. It plans to continue to help refugees no matter where they are from.

“If we see anything suspicious, we are going to report it,” Aguillard said. “We work with FBI, Homeland Security and do what we need to do to safeguard our community.”

The feds say immigration laws prohibit states from blocking refugees from resettling.

Via: wbrz

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