Refugee Resettlement Watch

Asst. Sec. of State for PRM Anne Richard is a busy beaver, gotta keep the UN happy and get those Syrians in!

Posted by Ann Corcoran on October 26, 2015

As Asst. Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration, Anne Richard is the head honcho in the Obama/Kerry State Department responsible for the refugees admitted to the United States.

Richard and Guterres Kentucky post

Anne Richard (left) and UNHCR Antonio Guterres (former President of Socialists International): we both think that 18-24 months is too long for Syrians to wait to get into the US. NPR interview: http://www.npr.org/2015/10/22/450937841/why-does-the-u-s-accept-so-few-syrian-refugees

Tomorrow she is scheduled to testify before the House Foreign Relations Committee (Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa).  See if your representative is a member of the subcommittee by clicking here.

If your ‘pocket of resistance’ is located in one of the districts represented on this subcommittee make sure your Representative knows how important this testimony is to you.

By the way, this reminds me that there is a lot of foot-dragging going on over in the House Judiciary Committee (Goodlatte and Gowdy) which has jurisdiction and a LEGAL requirement to review the President’s Determination for FY2016 that is now already going on 4 weeks old.   An oversight hearing had been planned weeks ago on the Refugee Admissions Program—what happened to it?

Late last week Ms. Richard was pushing the Syrian resettlement at a college in Kentucky (it is about the children!)

What you see happening here is that the US State Department is sending out big-wigs like Richard to help spread the propaganda (to head off the development of ‘pockets of resistance’) and say that everything is going to be just peachy as we admit 10,000 (or more!) Syrians who cannot be properly screened according to the FBI.

The Obama Administration is going to be having a tough time finding enough “welcoming” communities for Syrians so they must get out to states like Kentucky—we reported that Kentucky had gotten the most Syrians so far two weeks into the new fiscal year. Apparently Mitch and Rand are too busy to pay attention to the colonization of Kentucky with Muslim Syrians!  (See also first Syrians arrive in KY with help of Islamic charity.)

Senator Rand Paul’s home town!

See Richard at Western Kentucky University and right under Senator Rand Paul’s nose, here and here (at the Bowling Green Daily News—Rand Paul’s home town!***).  Hat tip: Robin.

And, here she is giving an interview to NPR this past week.  Be sure to see it because the interviewer says thousands of you are sending e-mails to “advocates” opposing the resettlement of more refugees.  That must be in reference to the ACT campaign, here.

You really need to know who these people are—-who are working to change America by changing the people.  Anne Richard is one of those who moves in and out of government from federal contracting agency and back in to government (and will move back out as an activist advancing mass migration to America).  See her bio here.

*** Bowling Green is also the location where the two Iraqi refugee terrorists were doing their ‘work.’  So how does Rand Paul propose to keep America safe if he isn’t watching what is going on in his own backyard!

6 Responses to “Asst. Sec. of State for PRM Anne Richard is a busy beaver, gotta keep the UN happy and get those Syrians in!”

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  4. Mark Matta said

    Hello Ann,

    Here is a link to an article about Michael Savage’s new book Government Zero: No Borders, No Language, No Culture, and it details his grave concerns about the refugee resettlement:
    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/10/26/michael-savage-unleashed-stop-the-muslim-invasion-of-america-republicans-in-cahoots-with-hillary-generation-numbed-by-meds/

    Michael Savage seems to be on-point and pretty well-known, so perhaps a blog about Michael Savage’s efforts to open the eyes of Americans about the “refugee invasion” would be good.

    Keep up the great work!

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  5. Brittius said

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

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  6. Thank you. I called the Chairwoman’s office and Tx Rep Weber and both received my message well – the Syrians do not want to assimilate and are not well vetted.

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