Do you know what the cost of bringing refugees to America has been since 2009? $4.1 BILLION! Do you know how many refugees came to the U.S.? Do you know what the burden is for taxpayers to bring people here instead of keeping them in a safe zone in their country? Yes, it’s something the media and our politicians just don’t talk about. Do you know that the cost per refugee is thousands of dollars? THINK ABOUT IT… SEE REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT FACTS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE!
The list of things the refugee receives when they arrive is a mile long. They get all of the food stamps, health care and a place to live. Because of our generosity, America has become a global magnet for “refugee resettlement”.
What’s not talked about is the cost of educating the children…As you might imagine, it’s a HUGE cost! Here’s why…Special classes and special tutors are needed to deal with language barriers and anything else. How about the “special food” and free food given to these kids? We now have demands from different Muslim groups to provide “special halal meals” in the name of “food justice”. THE SAND DIEGO SCHOOL BOARD APPROVED THE HALAL MEALS…More and more schools across America are providing ‘Halal’ meals
— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) October 10, 2017
A FEW MORE VIDEOS ON “FOOD JUSTICE” AND LACK OF ASSIMILATION TO AMERICA:
THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS ARE COMING AS “REFUGEES” WHEN THEY COULD STAY IN SAFE ZONES:
America is 22 TRILLION DOLLARS in debt…We have got to stop this free-for-all!
REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT FACTS:
Since 1975, the U.S. has resettled over 3 million refugees, with annual admissions figures ranging from a high of 207,000 in 1980 to a low of 27,110 in 2002 (in the aftermath of 911).
The U.S. takes more than twice as many refugees as all countries from the rest of the industrialized world combined.
Refugee access to welfare on the same basis as a U.S. citizen has made the program a global magnet.
The federal programs available to them include:
∙ Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) formerly known as AFDC
∙ Food Stamps
∙ Public Housing
∙ Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
∙ Social Security Disability Insurance
∙ Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD) (direct services only)
∙ Child Care and Development Fund
∙ Independent Living Program
∙ Job Opportunities for Low Income Individuals (JOLI)
∙ Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
∙ Postsecondary Education Loans and Grants
∙ Refugee Assistance Programs
∙ Title IV Foster Care and Adoption Assistance Payments (if parents are ⌠qualified immigrants – refugees, asylees, etc)
∙ Title XX Social Services Block Grant Funds
Welfare use is staggering among refugees. Welfare usage is never counted by officials as part of the cost of the program. Yet, when it is included, the total cost of the refugee program soars to at least 10-20 billion a year.
As some Americans are pushed off of time-limited welfare programs many refugees are going on to life-time cash assistance programs. For instance, 12.7% of refugees are on SSI – a lifetime entitlement to a monthly check / Medicaid for elderly or disabled. This rate of usage is at least 4 times higher than the rate of usage for SSI among the native-born population and is reportedly rising from these already very high levels.
The money the U.S. spends bringing one refugee to the U.S. could have helped 500 individuals overseas in countries where they currently reside.