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Hillary Clinton Plans to Flood U.S. With Muslim Refugees

Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

“I firmly believe Hillary Clinton has a plan to flood the United States with Muslim refugees but is concealing it from voters prior to November’s election,” Ann Corcoran, a prominent critic of the federal refugee resettlement program, tells Breitbart News.

Refugee Rape or Racism?

Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

White racism, not a June 2 videotaped rape by refugees from strife-torn tribal cultures, is causing the growing civic protest in Twin Falls, Idaho, according to KMVT, the main local TV station. KMTV's coverage is “one of the most blatant examples of pro-refugee, anti-American bias I’ve seen to date in the media,” said Ann Corcoran of Refugee Resettlement Watch. 

Sen Hoeven Showing Fundamental Misunderstanding of Refugee Resettlement

Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

When the Refugee Act of 1980 was passed, the federal government promised to pay all the costs of refugee resettlement incurred by the states (for Medicaid, education, English as a Second Language programs, and a number of other social welfare benefits) through direct reimbursements. But over time, the federal government has reduced its financial commitment to reimburse the states, leaving them on the hook.

Obama Covering Up Evidence ISIS Is Targeting Refugee Plan

Christian Datoc, The Daily Caller

Rep. Michael McCaul said Monday that the United States intelligence community has obtained specific evidence indicating that ISIS is targeting President Barack Obama’s Syrian refugee plan.

Nearly SEVENTY, including refugees, are arrested in America over ISIS plots

Ben Ashford, UK Daily Mail

US officials suspect around a dozen men from Minnesota have left the North Star State to fight alongside ISIS extremists in Syria - and two have been killed. Following a series of raids in April, eight Somali friends were charged with conspiracy to provide material support and attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. They include 21-year-old Abdurahman Yasin Daud, who was born at a refugee camp in Kenya and arrived in the US when he was nine.