Tuesday, March 7, 2017

How Much Do Refugees Cost America


Are Refugees Eligible For Benefits 

Any person entering the U.S. labeled a "refugee" is automatically eligible for nearly all government benefits. President Obama flew in 10,000 refugees from Syria alone. Hundreds of thousands of 'refugees' from Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras entered the U.S. unfettered under Obama's non-watch. 

They walked across the southern border illegally and the Liberals welcomed them with open arms. The do not care that American lives are placed in danger. They do not care that they enter the country absent vaccinations. They do not care that women and children are abused and left for dead by Mexican cartels. 

Liberals do not care about these people, they just care that they will vote someday. This is evil in its puritanical form. They sit back and watch the human suffering with steepled fingers knowing that they have helped the greater good – the Democrat way. 

Show Me The Money 

The average cost to resettle a refugee in the U.S. is $64,370 for the first five years. If they were resettled in the Middle East – according to the United Nations – that cost drops to just over $1,000. For one Syrian resettled to America, 12 could have been resettled in the Middle East. 

These refugees have little education, they have no saleable skills in America, and they cannot speak English. The odds of these folks remaining on the government dole for the rest of their lives are strikingly high. They take more monetary benefits than they do in taxes – a lose, lose situation. 

The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) claim that most of them are self-sufficient after five years. However, their definition of 'self-sufficient' is much different than the Merriam-Webster definition. To the ORR defines the term as one refugee that is not collecting welfare. They can collect all the other benefits while categorized as self-sufficient.  

More Spending 

The government entities involved with refugee resettlement are the State Department's Bureau of Population, Department of Health and Human Resources, Refugees and Migration, and the aforementioned Office of Refugee resettlement. 

All these entities gobble up taxpayer dollars just like all government does. Also, there are costs not included in the total tallies. Costs from schooling, social workers efforts, English teachers, Earned Income Tax Credit, Head Start, More police and fire employees, more students in local schools, free lunch at school, and the list goes on and on. 

In 2013, 70,000 refugees (that were documented) entered the United States. Using the numbers provided, that cost the American taxpayer $4.5 billion. Remember, the refugee problem was created by Barack Obama when he cut-and-run from Iraq.  

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