Are more importantly, we don't want them.
It's as simple as that.
I've been doing some mega research on the refugee issue since it's hitting close to home - notably Sandpoint and Bonners Ferry, Idaho - one hour and one and a half hours from where I live.
What I'm learning is very disturbing.
Ann Corcoron, or Refugee Resettlement Watch addressed this today:
Consider the optics Mr. President! Thousands of impoverished people arriving in the US when Americans are homeless
[...]“The public should be outraged to learn that in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, which have left tens of thousands of Americans homeless, that we are poised to take in thousands of impoverished refugees when we now have our own refugees, struggling people who have lost their homes, lost everything, with their lives shattered, living in tents, shelters and RVs,” Corcoran said. “To bring in more from other countries in a time like this would be the ultimate insanity.”
And Leo Hohmann, at World Net Daily, also addresses the issue today:
Who am I?
Which brings me to my:
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