Common Defense Richard Falknor on 18 Nov 2016 01:30 pm
Will West Virginia Voices In Congress Speak Out On Importing More Syrians? Part Of A National “Seeding” Program In Our Cities and Towns!
Yesterday national blogger Ann Corcoran in her Report: Charleston, WV pro-Syrian Muslim resettlement rally held reported–
“As I told you a few days ago a Charleston ‘Interfaith’ group was planning a rally to push for the resettlement of Syrian refugees to the state capitol. And, as I mentioned then, I am struck by the fact that the rally for refugees was so specific about Syrians when we bring refugees from all over the world (and resettlement contracting agencies don’t get to pick only those ethnic groups they prefer).
Why are they so concerned about Syrians? Why is the Charleston, West Virginia group so discriminatory against other ethnic groups?
And here are my bigger questions: Where is Alex? Where is Shelley? Where is Joe?
Considering that the controversy about the resettlement of Syrian refugees in American towns is one of the major issues that pushed Donald Trump over the finish line last week, shouldn’t we expect elected officials like Rep. Alex Mooney (R) in whose district this rally occurred and US Senators Shelley Moore Capito (R) and Joe Manchin (D) to have the guts to say where they stand on the issue!”(Highlighting Forum’s throughout.)
Asked author (Refugee Resettlement and the Hijra to America) Corcoran–
“Are they for or against this plan from Washington?
One story about the rally is here. There was a counter-rally, so no one can say any longer that there is no opposition to the plan to expand the resettlement of Syrian Muslims (99% of all Syrians entering the U.S. are Muslims) into West Virginia.”
Let’s take a look at the Liberty Scores (compiled by Conservative Review) of Representative Mooney and Senators Capito and Manchin: click here.
And their Immigration-Reduction Grades (compiled by NumbersUSA): click here.
Among the (thankfully outgoing) Obama Administration’s goals has been to transform America by changing its people.
The Refugee Admissions Program has been an important instrument to advance this.
And it is also supported by some major corporations seeking cheaper labor.
As the most conservative member of the West Virginia delegation as well as Charleston’s voice in the U.S. House, Representative Alex Mooney should be in the forefront of opposing the importation of Syrian Muslims into the Mountain State.