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Friday, April 17, 2015

The Costly Asylum Racket

We’re constantly hearing the bad effects of Obama’s executive orders admitting millions of illegal immigrants and giving them welfare, Social Security, driver’s licenses, and a path to citizenship. Like many Americans, I realized the importance of this when thousands of unfamiliar people from a foreign country, without any advance notice, appeared in my community. I attended an education conference where Ann Corcoran, a knowledgeable speaker, began to describe the asylum racket to admit millions of foreigners to our country. She started by asking questions of her audience.

Did you hear about the El Cajon, California Iraqi man who was found guilty of murdering his wife after writing a phony note from supposed Islamophobes telling the family to leave the U.S.? Did you know that the Tsarnaev Boston Bombers came to our country with false claims of persecution and then cashed in to receive $100,000 in U.S. welfare handouts? Did you hear about the Somali youths who left Minneapolis to join Al-Shabaab and ISIS? If you didn’t hear those facts, chalk it up to the secrecy of the refugee racket, which does its best to operate under the radar.

Asylum immigrants are brought into our country and settled in 180 U.S. cities by nine contractors (pretending to be “religious charities”) and 350 subcontractors. These lucky immigrants are mostly selected by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Iraq tops the list of refugee immigrants with 20,000 arriving each year, of whom 76 percent are Muslims. At least 10,000 are Somalis, and the State Department announced that we will be admitting 10,000 Syrians this year, mostly Muslims. Obama’s administration is now pushing hard for us to take 50,000 from the Congo and 50,000 from Syria. Ann Corcoran concluded her speech with the warning that “We can survive terrorism. We can’t survive migration.”

Listen to the radio commentary here:

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