• Local news exposes plan to resettle throngs of refugees in U.S.
By John Friend —
A news anchor from Fargo, North Dakota, has made national headlines after exposing organized efforts to resettle refugees in his town and other parts of the country, an agenda that is being pushed by open-borders advocate George Soros and promoted by corporate groups, non-profit organizations, religious groups, and all levels of government.
Chris Berg, a reporter for “Valley News Live” and host of the television news program “6:30 Point of View,” produced an exposé highlighting the efforts of outside groups to resettle refugees in the area.
The report focused particular attention on the role played by the Partnership for a New American Economy, an organization that “brings together more than 500 Republican, Democratic, and Independent mayors and business leaders united in making the economic case for streamlining, modernizing, and rationalizing our immigration system,” according to its official website.
In the report, Berg also exposed Soros’s role as well as large corporate organizations that benefit from the cheap labor provided by Third World immigrants. He also looked at the chaos and cultural, economic, and political degeneration that accompanies massive Third World immigration and refugee resettlement.
Transferring large numbers of Third World peoples into America, and the insidious agenda behind it, are issues that simply cannot be ignored any longer by the average American.
This follows reports that the United States State Department is coordinating efforts to resettle even more than the 10,000 Syrian refugees President Barack Hussein Obama had pledged that the U.S. would take in.
Thousands of Somalis, Iraqis, and other peoples from across the globe are resettled in the U.S. each year, and more and more Americans are starting to voice their opposition to the systematic encouragement and facilitation of resettling foreigners into towns and cities all across America.
In response to the outrageous refugee resettlement policies championed by the Obama administration, Representative Raúl Rafael Labrador (R-Idaho) introduced H.R. 4731, known as the Refugee Program Integrity Restoration Act of 2016, on March 14.
The bill seeks to “restore congressional authority over refugee admissions” as well as place “an annual cap of 60,000 refugee admissions” into the U.S., according to a summary written by the Federation for American Immigration Reform.
A number of ethnic political lobbies and religious organizations that benefit from the resettlement process, including the Anti-Defamation League and other organizations, have denounced the bill, and are currently organizing to lobby congressional representatives to vote against it.
John Friend is a California-based writer who maintains a blog.