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Trump Administration Considering Full Shutdown of Refugee System

The plan would set annual refugee resettlements in the United States between 0 and 10,000.

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Elements within the Trump administration are considering implementing a freeze on the nation’s costly and troubled refugee resettlement program, according to sources within the administration.

White House policy advisor has been described as a key proponent of the plan. A full refugee resettlement pause could serve to reenergize the immigration patriots that served as the core supporters of Donald Trump’s historic 2016 Presidential campaign.

At a White House meeting to hash out the plan, Department of Homeland Security officials proposed a cap between 3,000 and 10,000 annual refugees. This would represent a dramatic change America’s massively generous annual refugee intake levels, which were counted at 33,000 in 2017. Refugee intake levels reached a whopping annual 70,000 during the Obama presidency.

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Human rights experts and immigration skeptics have long questioned the effectiveness of the expensive and unpopular refugee resettlement program. The United States spends approximately $80,000 per refugee, a considerable allocation of funds that could possibly be used to help the global refugee population in a more efficient manner, such as building temporary housing and providing resources in areas closer to the home countries of refugees.

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Existing programs are also riddled with fraud and abuse, having been susceptible to economic migrants posing as refugees. 56% of refugee households have been said to use food stamps, and 27% used cash welfare of some kind.

The global refugee population has swelled to 20 million people, making it unlikely that the United States could ever come close to housing even a sizable chunk of those driven from their countries by war, famine, drought, and other genuine humanitarian crises.

The Trump administration has already instituted drastic changes to the costly program, cutting annual levels by tens of thousands in part to concerns of national security threats from terrorist who have posed as refugees. A freeze on refugee resettlement, if actually instituted, could put a hefty feather in President Trump’s belt with some of his most loyal and passionate supporters.

 

 

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President Trump Says ‘This Election was Rigged and We Can’t Let That Happen’ at Pennsylvania Vote Fraud Hearing

Trump is still very much in this fight.

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President Donald Trump remotely addressed a hearing before the Pennsylvania State Senate in which he called in to give testimony.

“This was an election that we won easily. We won it by a lot,” he said to massive applause from the audience.

“An official was on this morning, on an important show, and said there was no way Trump didn’t win Pennsylvania because the energy industry was all for him. I saw with my eyes what happened, and he told me horror stories, absolute horror stories,” Trump continued. “So, this was a, very sad to say it, this election was rigged and we can’t let that happen.”

Trump continued on to make his case that the election was a sham and needs to be overturned to save the Republic.

“Anybody watching television the night of the election was saying, “wow, I was called by the biggest political people, congratulations, sir,” on a big win, and all of a sudden ballots were dumped all over the place and a lot of horrible things happened,” Trump said.

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“I want to thank all of the people who signed affidavits and all of the speakers. You’re fantastic people. You’re great patriots,” he continued.

“Between the voter suppression and all of the horrible things that happened to poll watchers. We have poll watcher affidavits piled up to the ceiling. They’re all over. They were treated horribly,” Trump added.

The president described the regime of terror that was instituted against Republican poll watchers, who he said were treated like “dogs” by the Democrat riggers.

“This is not the United States of America what happened. I think everybody knows it,” he said.

Trump’s full comments can be seen here:

Big League Politics reported earlier today about other encouraging developments in Pennsylvania, as a federal judge blocked the certification of the state’s dubious election results:

Patricia McCullough, a Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania judge, has blocked Pennsylvania officials from certifying the state’s election results.

The order came Wednesday and will delay certification until the court holds an evidentiary hearing on Friday, November 27.

The PDF of Judge McCullough’s order can be read HERE.

“To the extent that there remains any further action to perfect the certification of the results of the 2020 General Election for the offices of President and Vice President of the United States of America, respondents are preliminarily enjoined from doing so, pending an evidentiary hearing to be held on Friday,” Judge McCullough wrote. “Respondents are preliminarily enjoined from certifying the remaining results of the election, pending the evidentiary hearing.”

This comes on the heels of a lawsuit filed by Republicans against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf (D), Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar (D), and the Pennsylvania General Assembly. It alleges that Act 77, the state’s mail-in voting law, is unconstitutional…

The introduction says: “Act 77 is the most expansive and fundamental change to the Pennsylvania voting code, implemented illegally, to date. Under the Act, and the mail-in ballot scheme it implements, any and all qualified electors are eligible to vote by mail, and no justification needs to be provided. As with prior historical attempts to illegally expand mail-in voting by statute, which have been struck down going as far back as the Military Absentee Ballot Act of 1839, Act 77 is another illegal attempt to override the limitations on absentee voting prescribed in the Pennsylvania Constitution, without first following the necessary procedure to amend the constitution to allow for the expansion.”

The Kraken is finally being released, and the electoral fraudsters cannot be happy about the implications of this information being known to the public.

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