Republicans, Democrats, progressives and Christians alike are disregarding the fundamental ideological incompatibility of this resettlement plea and disregarding the risks this massive move would have on American communities. U.S. leaders are also disregarding geographical reality and pushing for an unrealistic overseas "rescue mission" to take in over a million people from the Middle East. Why can't surrounding Middle-Eastern countries absorb the repercussions of their failed foreign policies and be forced to denounce their support for terrorist organizations like Hamas and ISIS?
The U.S. government works primarily with nine volunteer agencies to resettle refugees in small towns and cities across America. Most of these volunteer agencies are Christian organizations that are led by kind and caring Christians who hope to make the world a better place.
The nine volunteer agencies that assist the federal government in the relocation of refugees from around the world, include:
The Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS), for example, receives most of its funding (80%) directly from the government. In 2018, it received $41,631,000 in assistance from the government to expedite the relocation of refugees from places like Somalia. On their website, they describe their organization as: "We are a church that does God’s work in the world and in local communities pursuing justice, peace and human dignity for and with all people."
Meanwhile, LIRS boasts about promoting refugees like Ilhan Omar to positions within the government. With LIRS assistance, the federal government helped relocate Ilhan Omar from Somalia to Minnesota. She is now a U.S. Congresswoman who passionately advocates for the relocation of one million Palestinians into the U.S., without any vetting, without understanding the risks involved to American communities.
As droves of Palestinian people flee the war-torn Gaza strip, some members of Congress believe it is America’s responsibility to take in at least million Palestinians and open up the borders a little wider to accept more terrorist sympathizers, more anti-Semites, and more Muslim extremists.
It’s the humanitarian thing to do, we are told. Progressives and Christian organizations have something in common – naivety, and they routinely work together to force a massive resettlement of refugees into communities across the United States.
During Biden’s tenure in office, over 200,000 migrants have come over the southern U.S. border every month, and they are strategically coming from all around the world. A large number of Afghan refugees, for example, are routinely convicted of violence against women and sexual assaults on children. On top of that, the United States took in an additional 25,465 refugees from around the world in 2022. These migrants and refugees are beginning to occupy the federal government, infiltrating positions of national security. For example, Homeland Security asylum officer Nejwa Ali enjoys a federal position despite the fact that she previously worked for the Palestinian Liberation Organization, which the Department of Homeland Security ironically regards as a terrorist group. Today, Nejwa Ali works for Homeland Security and espouses her support for Hamas and their jihadi attacks on Israeli civilians.
On October 9, she posted to Facebook: “How Nejwa wakes up,” accompanied by a video captioned “F*** Israel and any Jew that supports Israel” and a photo that says “A nation that has nothing but Allah has everything it will ever need.”
The most shocking development over the past weeks was Hamas’s self-proclaimed “Day of Jihad.” This announcement immediately led to coordinated marches throughout U.S. cities and other infiltrated territories in Europe. These marches included droves of terrorist sympathizers, progressives, and gullible Americans who waved Palestinian flags and marched passionately against Israel, even after Hamas waged the most savage terrorist attacks in the history of Israel's existence. The foreign occupation even infiltrated government buildings, showing Americans a glimpse of the foreign occupation that is already taking place on U.S. soil, with the promise of more to come...