Refugees, which is it: Meatpacker laborers or helping the “oppressed?”

President Trump is doing all he can, but there are slithering people (like this Ali Noorani) who remain is swamps nationwide.

Refugee Resettlement Watch

Ali Noorani of the National Immigration Forum tries both arguments in USA Today.

ali noorani twitter Ali Noorani on twitter: @anoorani  https://twitter.com/anoorani?lang=en

I wasn’t planning to post on one more hysterical story about Trump refugee numbers being low and thus decimating the refugee contractor industry, but I can’t resist mentioning one little bit of the storyentitled:

Refugee admissions to U.S. plummet in 2017

Before I get to Noorani, Mark Krikorian summed it up with this:

“Elections have consequences,”said Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, which advocates for lower levels of legal and illegal immigration. “This is what he said he’s going to do, and he’s doing it.”

Readers, for years and years, refugee advocates pretended they have nothing to do with the global meatpacking industry and its ‘need’ for cheap migrant labor, but now even savvy DC operatives like Noorani trot out the argument feigning concern…

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