RECOMMENDED: Interview of Ann Corcoran – Refugee Resettlement Watch

This month the dailycaller.com features Ann Corcoran, the person behind the website Refugee Resettlement Watch.  Interviewed by Ginni Thomas, Corcoran explains how U.S. resettlement programs have grown over the years, transforming the face of communities across the nation – not always for the better.  From the dailycaller.com:

In this 22 minute video interview, Corcoran discusses what might surprise most citizens about this federal program. Specifically, she discusses how church groups are being paid lucratively — by refugee — to do charitable work, the U.N.’s dominant role in our refugee program and the lack of substantive consultation with states and cities about these immigrants.

With all the persecution of Christians going on in the world today, you would think the largest Christian contractor would ask the government to only allow Christians for a time period. Yet, Corcoran says she was “shocked to hear the representative for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops testify at the State Department for more Burmese Muslims next year.”

Last month we mentioned Refugee Resettlement Watch in our report, Resettlement: an Islamist path to the west?.  One of the issues we highlighted: since the Obama administration took office (2008),  the number of refugees coming from predominately Muslim countries have increased to over 50%  of the total admissions per year.   In hard numbers that is 35,000+ out of a total target number of 70,000 . This increase is projected to be even higher in the coming years, due primarily to the unrest and fighting in the Middle East.

RELATED:  the Vermont bacon ad controversy and the Muslim refugee population in Chittenden County, VT.

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