Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear has announced that he will allow third-world refugees to be resettled into his state.
“Kentucky has welcomed refugees for well over three decades,” Beshear wrote to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a letter last week. “Refugees in Louisville, Lexington, Bowling Green, Owensboro and other locales have contributed to the workforce and economic development of our state.”
President Donald Trump issued Executive Order 13888 in September to allow state and local municipalities to opt out of the refugee resettlement program that President Trump has frozen completely in recent months.
Under the order, the State Department and Department of Health and Human Services have been tasked with creating “a process to determine whether the State and locality both consent, in writing, to the resettlement of refugees within the State and locality, before refugees are resettled within that State and locality under the Program. The Secretary of State shall publicly release any written consents of States and localities to resettlement of refugees.”
“State and local governments are best positioned to know the resources and capacities they may or may not have available to devote to sustainable resettlement, which maximizes the likelihood refugees placed in the area will become self-sufficient and free from long-term dependence on public assistance,” the order reads.
While disingenuous politicians act as if the refugee resettlement program is based on helping the poor and needy, it is actually an insidious globalist program based largely on bribes.
Big League Politics reported on the corruption within the refugee resettlement industry earlier this year:
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has been exposed for accepting bribes from certain migrants to facilitate their relocation into Western nations. Hamdi Abdullahi explained to NBC News how her children were robbed from her due to UN corruption.
“I’m like the walking dead,” she said.
Her four children were essentially kidnapped from her after her ex-husband paid off UNHCR resettlement officer David Momanyi. He took the bribe money to made sure she was estranged from her children. Her ex-husband and children are now living in Minnesota, as she sits in a UN refugee camp with 200,000 Somalis without her family…
However, a seven-month investigation spanning five separate countries show that Abdullahi’s case is far from an isolated incident. Over 50 refugees registered with the UNHCR from Uganda, Yemen, Kenya, Libya, and Ethiopia have described extreme corruption in the program, following claims made by refugees in Sudan last year.
Some of their horror stories include:
- UNHCR staffers and contractors exposed for extorting refugees, making them pay bribes in order to receive essentials like medical supplies and food rations at the Nakivale settlement of Uganda.
- Nineteen refugees of the Dadaab refugee camp of Kenya claimed that it cost as much as $50,000 to get your family resettled, and it was money not safety that was the determining factor in resettling migrants to the West.
- Many instances were reported where refugees who could not afford to pay off UN workers had their case files stolen and sold off to others with the money to offer bribes, another potential security risk.
Whistle-blowers were forced to talk to NBC News in anonymity for fear of reprisal from the UN globalists desperately trying to keep this corruption under wraps.
Beshear, a Democrat, defeated Matt Bevin, the former Republican Governor of Kentucky, by a narrow margin in last month’s election. Kentucky is finding out the hard way that elections have consequences.
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