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This Bill Could Save America From The Next Muslim Terrorist Attack

There’s a good chance you’ve never heard of first term Representative Brian Babin of Woodville, Texas, who represents Texas District 36 in the U.S. House of Representatives. And there’s an even better chance that you’ve never heard of Rep. Babin’s H.R. 3314, the Resettlement Accountability National Security Act that places an immediate moratorium on Obama’s “refugee” resettlement program until Congress reauthorizes it.

Boston Marathon bombersBut H.R. 3314 could just save America from the next Muslim terrorist attack.

According to the U.S. refugee admissions database, nearly 500,000 new immigrants have come to the U.S. under the resettlement program since President Obama first took office – with the state of Texas and its taxpayers being asked to take in more than any other state according to Rep. Babin’s office.

Imagine how school taxes and local welfare expenses in Texas could be reduced if that number were cut back. The current rate of “refugee resettlement,” has a vast, and largely negative, effect on the communities in which the “refugees” are “resettled,” right down to the size of the classes in neighborhood elementary schools.

We at have written extensively on the economic, political and national security effects of the de facto open borders policies of Barack Obama and George W. Bush that have allowed in over 2.3 million immigrants from Muslim countries since 2000 – many of them as so-called “refugees.”

Among the top home countries of these “refugees” are the terrorist hotspots of Somalia and Iraq. Many, if not most of these recent Muslim immigrants come from Islamist terrorist hotspots and have been allowed in to this country with little or no vetting of their political beliefs or willingness to support and abide by our form of constitutional government.

And the regular arrest of Somali “refugees” in particular for plotting to support or attempting to join terrorist organizations shows what a truly abysmal job of assimilating these “refugees” the Obama and Bush administrations have done.

But some of the blame for this “refugee” crisis lies with the cynical organizations that “resettle” the “refugees” in an operation that would shame the brokers who brought Japanese and Chinese laborers to America in the Nineteenth Century.

And as our friend Daniel Horowitz of Conservative Review recently observed, “As if Americans aren’t struggling enough under this economy, in recent years, refugees have increasingly become more of a fiscal burden. According to a memorandum from the Congressional Research Service to the Senate Judiciary Committee, 74.2% of all refugees in 2013 were receiving Food Stamps – up from 50% in 2008. Fifty-six percent received some sort of medical assistance. And according to a 2013 report to Congress from the Office of Refugee Resettlement, an even larger percentage of refugees from Africa and the Middle East were on welfare. Among refugees from the Middle East, 91.3% received Food Stamps and 73.1% received Medicaid.”

Recently convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his family were among the “refugees” counted in those statistics, and it should be remembered that as “refugees” the Tsarnaevs received food stamps and welfare when their children, who later perpetrated the Boston Marathon Bombing, were growing up.

As Boston Globe Correspondent Evan Allen reported in an April 26, 2013 article, “Anzor and Zubeidat Tsarnaev received Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits, commonly known as food stamps, from October 2002 to November 2004, when Dzhokhar would have been about 8 to 10 years old and Tamerlan 15 to 17. The family also received them from August 2009 to December 2011, according to the letter.

Anzor was also a Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children grantee from January 2003 to March 2003, and again from August 2009 to June 2010.

Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children is a state and federally funded program that provides cash assistance to families with children and pregnant women, according to the letter. The program is commonly known as welfare.

We ought to ask ourselves why our elected officials import these vipers into America and then pay them to live here. At a minimum, as Rep. Babin’s bill provides, we should take a breather from the current

level of “refugee resettlement” while we assimilate the vast number of “refugees” that have already been let in and assess why it is in the national interest to allow more to enter.

Daniel Horowitz’s article “Texas Rep Offers Bill Temporarily Halting Refugee Resettlement” is a rich resource of statistics and information about the refugees admitted to the United States by Obama and definitely worth the short time it takes to read it.

For more on the Tsarnaevs and the threat from Muslim “refugees” see our article “Why Do We Let These Vipers Into America?

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