We specifically requested the opposite of this.
The federal government has brought nearly 1,400 refugees to the United States over the last year from foreign countries listed on President Donald Trump’s constitutional travel ban.
In 2o19, the State Department imported exactly 1,378 refugees from Chad, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen — six of the eight countries on Trump’s travel ban list, which also includes North Korea and Libya. This indicates a more than 783 percent increase between 2018 and 2019 of refugees from travel ban countries arriving in the U.S.
[Feds Imported 1.4K Refugees to U.S. from Travel Ban Countries in 2019, by John Binder, Breitbart, January 6, 2020]
There are nine refugee contractors that resettle all refugees for the State Department every year. These refugee contractors have a vested interest in ensuring as many refugees are resettled across the U.S. because their annual federally funded budgets are contingent on the number of refugees they resettle.
Those refugee contractors include: Church World Service (CWS), Ethiopian Community Development Council (ECDC), Episcopal Migration Ministries (EMM), Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), International Rescue Committee (IRC), U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI), Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services (LIRS), U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), and World Relief Corporation (WR).
I'm always reminded of Enoch Powell's quote that "it's like watching a nation busily engaged in heaping up its own funeral pyre." Much like America has socialism for the rich and capitalism for everyone else, we have a system that rewards churches and so-called "non-profits" for importing dependents that Americans must subsidize. It's the triumph of special interests over citizens.
Conservatives already work to prevent the federal government from subsidizing Planned Parenthood. They should be working to stop the federal government from funding "nonprofits" who reap massive returns from destroying our country. Even fiscal conservatives should be on board with that.