There's no joy in migrantville at this news.
The VOLAGS destroying America for their own profit while masquerading as humanitarians are experiencing a downturn.
Refugee resettlement agencies, non-profit organizations that receive funding from the government, have submitted a plan to the U.S. State Department to cut their operations by a quarter, from 324 offices open in October 2017 to just around 250 in 2018, according to sources familiar with the resettlement program.* Eleven planned new offices will also not be opening their doors in 2018.
But who will shelter the suicide bombers of tomorrow? How will the marathon bombers of 2024 be supported at taxpayer expense?
Refugee resettlement agencies are preparing to shutter more than 20 offices across the United States and cut back operations in more than 40 others after the State Department told them to pare their operations, according to plans seen by Reuters.
The slated closures, which are being reviewed by the State Department for final approval, follow President Donald Trump’s decision to dramatically reduce the number of refugees that will be allowed into the United States in 2018.
The State Department has said the drop in refugee numbers, from the 110,000 ceiling set by the Obama administration to 45,000 for 2018, means the country no longer needs all of the 324 resettlement offices that were operating at the end of 2017. This year’s cap on refugees is the lowest since 1980.
And the news gets even better.
“We’ve never seen a cut of this size and also a cut of this impact,” said Hans Van de Weerd an executive at the International Rescue Committee, one of the nine resettlement agencies.
While the size of the U.S. refugee program has fluctuated over the years, it has never seen an across-the-board cut to dozens of offices in such a short period of time, he said.
Van de Weerd said the cuts could make it difficult for the United States to ramp up refugee numbers in the future. “It took years to build up this capacity,” he said. “Once you break it down it’s not easy to build it up again.”
Well that would be unimaginably tragic. Who knows how many American lives will be saved by reducing the capacity of refugee agencies to bring murderous terrorists to America?
The only two resettlement offices in Louisiana would close, and the only office in Hawaii would have to sharply curtail its operations, according to the plans developed by the agencies.
This will make it tougher for the University of Hawaii to recruit all those Syrian ISIS grad students in LGBT studies. I hope Judge Derrick Watson is on the case.
The vetting measures are likely to significantly slow down the pace of arrivals, refugee organizations have said, and in the end the United States may not reach its cap for the year of 45,000 refugees.
In January, 1,385 refugees were admitted, compared to 6,777 in the same month last year and 4,376 in January 2016, according to government statistics.
Who knows how many Americans will live because of this?