An exclusive Reuters report reveals that more than 20 refugee resettlement offices, supported by the federally-funded nine voluntary agencies (VOLAGs), will close, and more than 40 resettlement offices across the U.S. will cut back on their services.
Currently, there are 324 refugee resettlement offices nationwide, but Trump’s State Department told Reuters that all of the offices are no longer necessary because the administration has cut down on the number of foreign refugees being resettled throughout the U.S.
The 6,708 refugees admitted into the United States for the first four months of FY 2018 represents a 79 percent decline from the 32,448 admitted during the same four month period of FY 2017, all but ten days of which took place during the Obama administration.
Refugee advocates and the non-profit voluntary agencies (VOLAGs) that have collectively been paid more than $1 billion annually by the federal government for decades to resettle refugees were hopeful that a slight monthly increase in refugee admissions that had occurred from October to December might continue into January, but they were sorely disappointed.
A total of 1,248 refugees were admitted in October, 1,858 in November, and 2,217 in December.
But refugee admissions for January 2018 dropped to 1,368.
Likewise, in his first year in office, Trump reduced refugee resettlement to the U.S. by 70 percent, as Breitbart News reported. In his first 11 months, Trump admitted 28,875 foreign refugees to the U.S., a vast difference from the whopping 93,668 foreign refugees admitted in the same time period under Obama.
tl;dr Trump has been quietly shutting down the refugee invasion and the kikes have been too distracted to even notice.