Georgia refugee agency worried about Trump Presidency
Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 28, 2016
For those of you in ‘pockets of resistance’ in Georgia, have a look at this article.
I don’t have time to say much, just want everyone to know that federal refugee contractors (like New American Pathways) are shaking in their boots because they may be ripped off the government teat if Donald Trump is elected President. We can only dream!
From Global Atlanta (Title: Refugee Resettlement Agency Eyeing ‘Contingency Plan’ for Trump Presidency):
Ted Terry, mayor of Clarkston, Ga., has taken up a banner of hospitality and integration, despite opposition he has faced from vocal critics worried about things like job displacement and even the establishment of Shariah law on U.S. soil.
“In Clarkston, we are providing sort of a microcosm of what the world may very well look like in the future,” Mr. Terry said.
Georgians who are concerned about this news should join with Refugee Resettlement Relief, click here to learn more.
So why aren’t they worried about a Ted Cruz presidency? Just asking.
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