Our government is doing NOTHING to stop the outrageous influx of Muslim refugees to hundreds of towns across America. The citizens of those towns are not given a choice. The refugees are sent there and then given every freebie you can imagine. Are we becoming Europe?

One outraged citizen responded to the article below:

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“Those who voted to host more refugees better find a way to house our homeless first and look into the burden on our schools, Medicaid, subsidized housing and job marker [market] for people with no skills before thinking this is a good idea for Manchester. Last family we hosted (like that PC term) are receiving $1200 in food stamps per month while we have soup kichens [kitchens] and religious groups having to feed American citizens in Manchester.” – Jeannine Richardson

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MANCHESTER — Members of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted Tuesday night against a motion supporting Gov. Maggie Hassan’s stance against accepting Syrian refugees in the state, following last week’s attacks in France.
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Alderman Keith Hirschmann originally proposed the motion, saying the board would empower Mayor Ted Gatsas in any efforts to stop a potential influx of 500 refugees from Syria.

That figure came from Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard, who said he was told by members of the FBI that 500 Syrian refugees could be headed to New Hampshire.
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“I was told during discussions with the FBI that 90,000 Syrian refugees are headed to the U.S., and 500 of them will be headed to New Hampshire,” said Willard.

Willard said he had no further information about the expected influx, including when or where in the state the refugees would be headed.
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“They aren’t coming to Berlin,” said Gatsas.

Hirschmann called it a public safety issue.

Via: Union Leader


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