#Welcome75K refugees campaign off to a slow start

What is that you ask? 

It’s a Twitter hashtag campaign launched by something called ‘We are all America’ to pressure the President into succumbing to refugee industry demands for a ceiling of 75,000 refugees for your towns and cities in FY19 (which begins in a little over 5 weeks).

By the way, the Left loves to do this, and they have the money to do it!  That is, create campaigns to make it look like their views are in the majority and thus they have all the power. Don’t be fooled.

I will grant that, although the hashtag campaign began only about a week ago, you would think they would have more retweets considering the supposedly vast number of supporters refugee advocates claim to have.

This tweet below has only garnered 4 retweets since the 15th.

 

we are all america tweet

 

 

Here is a screenshot of the key organizers of ‘We are all America.’

I’ve checked off three federally funded refugee contractors, but remember that the Refugee Council USA represents all nine*** as its lobbying office in Washington.

 

steering committee

What you can do….

Besides using the hashtag #Welcome75K if you are on Twitter

Sign up for today’s webinar hosted by resettlement contractor Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service. 

See what they are telling their political activists to do!

 

raise the ceiling
LIRS is 96-97% funded by you, the taxpayer, and if the President doesn’t raise the refugee admissions ceiling this year they will be in SERIOUS financial jeopardy! They have a lot to lose!

 

 

*** These (below) are the nine federal resettlement contractors/advocates which are largely paid for their ‘humanitarian’ work by you, the US taxpayer.

They have every right to organize and speak out against the President, my problem is that they are surely using taxpayer dollars for their advocacy.

As the numbers of incoming refugees decline so too does their income (they are paid by the refugee head!).

Another low year, perhaps lower than this year’s 20,000 plus year, could completely blow to smithereens the budget of one or more of these federal contractors which are demanding a cap of 75,000.  (LOL! The nine have colluded so they all are asking for 75,000!)

The number in parenthesis is the percentage of their income paid by you (the taxpayer) to place the refugees into your towns and cities and get them signed up for their services (aka welfare)! 

From my most recent accounting, here.  However, please see that Nayla Rush at the Center for Immigration Studies has done an update of their income!

 

4 thoughts on “#Welcome75K refugees campaign off to a slow start

  1. Hi Ann,

    My comments on the rally from a couple weeks ago are still on top. The Facebook chatter on this article was great as people have obviously been reading your blog.

    Best regards,

    Kevin Lynn

    Executive Director
    Progressives for Immigration reform

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  2. I wrote the President to have NO Muslim refugees enter the USAS AND to loudly raise the issue of, ³What is WRONG with those countries sending us their citizens when they should make their countries so attractive that Americans would want to visit there!?²

    On 8/21/18, 8:27 AM, “Refugee Resettlement Watch” wrote:

    > Ann Corcoran posted: “What is that you ask?  It’s a Twitter hashtag campaign > launched by something called ‘We are all America’ to pressure the President > into succumbing to refugee industry demands for a ceiling of 75,000 refugees > for your towns and cities in FY19 (which begi” >

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