Secret refugee network ‘freaking out’ over Trump reforms

As early as Thursday, President Trump is expected to drop a bombshell on the refugee-resettlement industry, a network of church organizations, secular NGOs and United Nations-friendly groups that are paid tens of millions of dollars every year to secretly plant Third World migrants into more than 300 U.S. cities and towns.

Trump will block the entry of migrants from countries hosting Muslim jihadists, many of them looking to relocate to Western democracies in the wake of the Islamic State’s loss of territory in Syria and Iraq.

Trump is planning a moratorium on immigration visas from seven countries of special interest – Syria, Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen and Libya. At the same time, Trump is expected to announce a pause in the resettlement of refugees from most countries for at least four months or until a better system of vetting can be developed.

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  1. I saw an article related to this on Steve Quayle’s website and after reading it, couldn’t agree with Pres.Trump more. Like Steve’s site said, it’s not a question of whether honourable people are working in those orgs and have sincere motives to help others, but due to lack of proper vetting, and the fact that the deficit is high, there’s a need to prioritise spending . Even Paul told Timothy that to neglect one’s own family (those of your own backyard so to speak) is worse than an infidel.

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