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Jeff Sessions leads the charge to cut funds for refugee resettlement on Senate side

Posted by Ann Corcoran on December 2, 2015

Go here for all the latest on the House side where blogger Richard Falknor is tracking it at Blue Ridge Forum.

Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., listens to testimony at a Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing on the accident in the Gulf of Mexico involving the explosion on the offshore oil rig Deepwater Horizon, May 11, 2010. (CQ Roll Call via AP Images)

Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala. leading efforts in the Senate to cut funding for Obama’s agenda to change America by changing the people. (CQ Roll Call via AP Images)

Here is the news yesterday at World Net Daily from reporter Leo Hohmann with a catchy title:

New date that will live in infamy: December 11′

Despite all the tough talk by Speaker Paul Ryan and GOP leaders in Congress about Syrian refugees and the need for better screening, the true intent of those leaders will be laid bare on Dec. 11.

That’s the day that a catch-all “omnibus” budget bill is scheduled to be voted on in the House.

In that bill there is expected to be full funding of President Obama’s refugee resettlement program, which costs $1.2 billion annually to bring in 85,000 refugees from more than two dozen countries around the world. About half of them will come from countries with active jihadist movements including 10,000 from Syria, about 8,000 from Somalia, nearly 10,000 from Iraq, and several thousand more from Burma, Uzbekistan, Bosnia, Democratic Republic of Congo and Afghanistan.

The United Nations will choose which refugees from what countries get to come to America at the U.S. taxpayer’s expense. The nationalities of these refugees will be concealed in most cases until after they arrive in the more than 180 cities and towns across the U.S.

The House passed a bill, the America SAFE Act, by a lopsided vote two weeks ago that calls for a “pause” in the resettlements until the White House can provide certain assurances that the refugees have been properly vetted.

But that’s a smokescreen as the SAFE Act won’t stop a single refugee from arriving in any of those 180 cities, says Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., who is chairman of the Senate’s subcommittee on immigration and the national interest.

Continue reading here.

Go here for Sessions’ statement yesterday.

This is critically important!  The other side is organized and working hard (here, here and here) as this is the closest they have ever come to having their agenda to change America threatened!

Action Alert:  Call your members of the House and Senate at 202-224-3121 and ask them to vigorously oppose the Refugee Resettlement funding contained in the Omnibus Spending Bill that will be voted on by 12-11-15! Please call by this Friday, Dec. 4th.


8 Responses to “Jeff Sessions leads the charge to cut funds for refugee resettlement on Senate side”

  1. […] wrong!  They have never been challenged like this! Mention the Syrians in your calls, but it’s the funding for the program you should focus […]


  2. […] Jeff Sessions leads the charge to cut funds for refugee resettlement on Senate side […]


  3. Dr. Rich Swier said

    Great. Posted:



  4. ancientemplar said

    What the heck is the UN telling a sovereign country how to do anything? If we didnt fund them they would dissolve. Throw them out of NYC and.quite funding them. Cancel our membership.


  5. […] WAIT, THERE’S MORE… […]


  6. […] Refugee Resettlement Watch, by Ann Corcoran, Dec. 2, 2015: […]


  7. Cathy Trauernicht said

    An absolutely CRITICAL posting today!!! This should be our line in the sand!

    Sent from my iPhone



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