Annually, the United States spends $1.8 billion on resettling refugees. Over the course of just five years of resettling these foreign nationals claiming refugee status, the United States spends $8.8 billion.
Every refugee costs American taxpayers an average of $79,600 every year for the first five years they are in the United States. In 2016 alone, Americans shelled out $140.4 million in transportation costs to shuffle these third world migrants into and around the United States.
These refugees will consume $71 million in education costs alone, most of which is taken out of state budgets and local communities.
In 2016, Obama resettled more Muslims than any other president in the history of the United States. In this one year alone, he was able to pump in 100,000 refugees, 40,000 of which were Muslims from third world countries.
Obama brought these migrants in and resettled them into communities that never asked to be inundated with hordes of third world Muslims. These migrants have taken over cities across the country and turned them into something unrecognizable.
Hamtramck, Michigan for example, is now a majority Muslim city. These migrants have not assimilated, on the contrary, now loudspeakers ring out above the Islamic center and mosques five times a day to notify Muslims it is time to pray.
The small town of Hamtramck is now littered with four mosques, making it impossible for businesses surrounding them to obtain a liquor license.
According to a consumer research company, Value Penguin, Hamtramck is the seventh most dangerous city in Michigan. The town has just over 22,000 residents and its murder per capita is one of the highest in the United States, and the rape is on the rise as well.
President Donald Trump has made efforts to roll back this heinous program. While Obama admitted 93,668 refugees during his first 11 months in office, President Trump admitted 28, 875 during his.
The president has also capped the number of refugees that will be allowed in the country at 45,000 for the fiscal year 2018. This of course, has made many Obama holdovers in the state department furious.
These are steps in the right direction, but it begs the question; Why are we admitting refugees into the United States in the first place? The United States has a population of 330 million people, and our resources are not limitless.
On top of our massive population, we already have over 30 million people illegally in the country today. Americans voted for Donald Trump because he promised to remove them from our country, and stop them from coming back by enhancing border security and building a big glorious wall.
If Americans want to rid the country of foreign nationals that have poured into our nation over the last five decades, it is fair to assume they don’t want the government importing hordes of foreign nationals from the third world and settling them in American communities.
The vast majority of the people coming into the country claiming refugee status are men of fighting age. They are not refugees at all, but rather economic migrants motivated by greed to abandon their people and homelands so they can leech off the wealth of western civilization.
Hamtramck is a prime example of their lack of willingness to assimilate to the western world.
The Muslim migrants are transforming a once nice community into a reflection of their third world homelands.Women across the small town still cover themselves from head to toe before leaving their homes and going out in public, and the schools are filled with young women in hijabs.
For the minute minority of those resettled who are actually refugees, bringing them into the country is still fiscally irresponsible.
For the cost of resettling one Middle Eastern refugee in the United States, a dozen can be resettled in or around their homelands. The figures are similar from every third world nation from which they hail.
If the United States government is intent on spending money taken from Americans on resettling refugees, there are far more responsible ways to do it than bringing them into our country.
President Trump promised an America first agenda, so maybe its time we stop resettling any refugees in our country and start cleaning up the current illegal occupation of 30 million third world migrants here.