US Refugee admissions plummet even further

You go, Ann! From the post:
“…they can’t raise enough private money because the general (giving) public isn’t behind what they do! They need to have their hands in taxpayers’ wallets in order to survive!”

Refugee Resettlement Watch

On the first of January we reported the facts about the extremely low refugee arrival numbers so far in this fiscal year (FY18 began on October 1, 2017) and now Michael Leahy (Breitbart) has a summary of where we stand during the first two weeks of January.

201 is the number for the first two weeks and the fact that it is low is the reason you are seeing so many articles popping up in local papers quoting resettlement agency employees wailing about Trump-the-meany. 

For the umpteenth time, these ‘non-profit’ groups’ federal funding is tied to the number of refugees arriving, so budgets are being wreaked and thus the hissy-fits.

Frankly, if they had raised sufficient private money (in the ways normal charities do), they wouldn’t be so on-the-edge in lean times.

In fact, if they had raised private resources they could keep themselves busy by taking better…

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