KOMMONSENTSJANE – AMERICA IS NOT THE WORLD’S DAYCARE CENTER. Trump tells State Department to close dozens of refugee centers. Fellowship of the Minds.

Reblogged on kommonsensjane/blogkommonsents.

The U.S. is not the world’s DAYCARE CENTER.  Obama bought and paid for these children who are presently in this country without parents.

It cost $182,000 to house “unaccompanied children” for just four months.

It is time to get our house in order, build that wall, and use the Constitution as the law of the land and use merit immigration.


Fellowship of the Minds

Reuters reports, Dec. 21, 2017, that at a December 1 meeting in Washington, State Department officials told representatives from nine major refugee agencies that the number of refugee centers will be sharply pared back in 2018 as President Trump cuts the number of refugees allowed into the United States.

Since taking office in January, President Trump has moved to sharply reduce refugee admissions to the United States, because of national security concerns and a belief that money could be better spent resettling people closer to their original homes. He first slashed the 2017 U.S. refugee cap to 50,000 from the 110,000 ceiling set by Obama. In September, Trump announced a cap of 45,000 for 2018, the lowest number since the modern U.S. refugee program was established in 1980.

Refugee resettlement in the United States is handled by nine non-profit agencies, including religious agencies, which receive millions of taxpayer dollars…

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