An Important Topic with an Excellent Guest Ann Corcoran of the Refugee Resettlement Watch on The Ruthie Report

 An Important Topic with an Excellent Guest Ann Corcoran of the Refugee Resettlement Watch on The Ruthie Report
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Please join Ruthie this Thursday May 28th, 2015 at 9 pm EST, 8 pm CST, 6 pm PST
The issue and influx of Refugees is HUGE - Ann and Ruthie will cover as much as humanly possible.
Ann will describe for us the basic structure of the refugee resettlement program …adding most people will be shocked that we have been doing this for 35 years! Ann states…”This is a critical and timely look at a program whose impact increasingly is affecting American society across the nation.”
As you know Ruthie considers a lot of what is taking place in refugee settlement today is an end around illegal immigration.

Several of the Programs they will discuss are: 


[VIDEO] DHS Caught Moving Somali Muslim Illegals Into California

According to the DHS, all that any of the African refugees must do is find a border agent and say “I am in danger in my home country, and want asylum in the United States.” Once they utter those words, they are off limits to deportation and are turned over to DHS resettlement specialists who help them move into communities across the country.  None of the illegal aliens receive background checks.  After settlement, they are immediately eligible for welfare benefits, and later, may bring in other family members.
The CAM Refugee Program - The Central American Minors (CAM) Refugee/Parole Program provides certain qualified minors and qualifying family members in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras a safe, legal, and orderly alternative to the dangerous journey that some children are currently undertaking to the United States.

The Syrian Refugee Program - The United States will see thousands more refugees from Syria in 2015 and 2016, despite concerns about foreign fighters. Mike McCaul (R-Texas) said it would be a “huge mistake” to bring refugees from Syria and Turkey into the United States where they “could potentially be radicalized” but this Administration seems to be pushing full speed ahead

Ann Corcoran, editor of Refugee Resettlement Watch.
Editor and Researcher for Refugee Resettlement Watch, a group that monitors the U.N.’s distribution
of foreign refugees throughout the United States.