Sunday, May 1, 2016

NC: Syrian Refugees Still Cannot Be Tracked

 Via Cousin John


The federal government relocated more Syrian refugees to North Carolina in the last six months than it did the previous 22 months, even as Gov. Pat McCrory and U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, R-8th District, continue to warn that the screening process for admission to the United States remains broken, posing potential danger to the state.  “We’re not given any forewarning of when they’re coming, where they’re going to, or who they are,” McCrory told Carolina Journal. That raises concerns, he said, because the refugees could be coming from countries embroiled in civil wars or they may be linked to Islamic terrorism.


  1. "or they may be linked to Islamic terrorism." You can bet on it.

  2. Get 'em see them moving your reps and local officials, start a public long as they get away with it they will continue to do it!