Americans Housing Ukrainian Migrants Who Fled Amidst War Face ‘Unbelievably Difficult’ Process

The Americans brainwashed by propaganda into accepting migrants from Ukraine in their own homes are now finding out the hard way about the “unbelievably difficult” process facing them.

NBC News reported on the families who allowed these people into their homes whining about the hardships of letting strangers into their homes due to the media propaganda they consumed. Talk about pathological altruism gone wrong. 

“It’s not an easy process,” said Roaya Tyson, who took Yuliia Venhlinska, her husband, Serhii Donet, and their children into her home. “It’s been unbelievably difficult. In so many cases, you can’t get one document if you don’t have other documents, so it’s been a catch-22.” 

Chris George, who works as executive director for the Connecticut-based Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services, told NBC News that the individuals taking in refugees often have no idea what they are signing up for.

“Welcoming and resettling refugees or humanitarian parolees is not easy. I can’t imagine an individual or couple doing this without help,” he said.

The Uniting for Ukraine program, which is run by the Department of Homeland Security, is expected to resettle as many as 100,000 Ukrainian migrants into the U.S. They will not get the same benefits as most third worlders trafficked into the U.S. so the suckers who take them in will end up fitting the bill or they’ll be on the streets.

“The current system puts too much pressure on the sponsors,” George said. “They’re accepting the pressure willingly, but honestly they don’t know what they’re in for. It’s very time-consuming, all of these necessary tasks, like enrolling kids in school, finding health care, helping somebody find a job, helping them integrate into the community.”

“You’re bringing a family in that has left their home, their family,” said Florida social worker Susan Morgan. “They have losses. So as many times people are happy to get here, they’re still experiencing trauma.”

Big League Politics has reported on how Ukraine’s puppet government is circling the drains, propped up only by billions of globalist money, no small amount of which is going up the nose of the nation’s gay-dancin’ actor President Volodymyr Zelenskyy:

Fox News correspondent Steve Harrigan is admitting after returning home from the front lines of the battlefield in Ukraine that Russia’s victory is a “done deal.”

“I think Putin is being bled. And he will be bled for years and it will take years. Maybe the oligarchs who are making as much money will hurt. Maybe the Russian people will rise up,” Harrigan said while appearing on America’s Newsroom on Monday. 

“I think for me, Ukraine is a done deal. It’s flattened and they lost. But the next story, I think, is Russia. The Russian people are going to rise up and throw this guy out,” he added.

Harrigan does not see a coup against Putin happening any time in the near future. He sees Russia continuing to dominate after their victory in Ukraine.

“You know what, I think this is a long-term tragedy,” he said.
The refugee takers are suffering from their own tremendous lack of understanding of geopolitics. It’s sad what fake news propaganda does to a weak mind.

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