Texas Congressman introduces bill to suspend Refugee Resettlement Program!


Refugee Resettlement Watch

Update July 31: Daniel Horowitz at Conservative Review has more, go here (hat tip: Dick).

Rep. Brian Babin (R-TX) has introduced the Resettlement Accountability National Security Act (H.R. 3314) which seeks to suspend refugee resettlement to America until economic costs are analyzed and national security concerns are put to rest.

Rep. Brian Babin is a first term Congressman from East Texas. http://babin.house.gov/biography/

I’ve been following this issue for eight years and this is the first time I have seen anyone in Congress (other than recent concerns about Syrian refugees) take a single step to begin to scrutinize the entire program.

Now, let’s see if Rep. Trey Gowdy will give the bill a hearing in his all-important Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security!

Just a reminder, Babin’s home state of Texasis presently the number one state targeted by the UN/US State Department for refugee distribution.

Here is Babin’s…

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  1. Why do politicians talk about poverty rates in the u.s.? They never mention how they add or allow immigration to be populated by people who have little education or any skills that would be anything other than poverty stricken people. Plus these same people have huge families that they can’t afford. Or their refusal to assimilate that also plays a part in them staying poor. We aren’t putting any expectations on new comers rather we put high expectations on the communities who host them which costs the actual tax payers lots of money providing translation costs, education costs, crime rate costs, court costs, healthcare costs, and specialized programs that cater to a distinct portion of the communities. We seem to be bending over backwards to ensure these immigrants have every tool they could need so they van and hold to their traditions, dress,and languages by shaming us into putting ours in the shadows. If an American suggests assimilation they are bulliedf and labeled. But we have a right to save our ways in our own country. And there needs to be protection against allegations of racism because it is causing people to lose everything once branded. They should be sueing those who use that accusation just because they question the way this country is heading.

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