Since Governors Can’t Stop Resettlement, Here’s What’ll Happen

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Since Governors Can't Stop Resettlement, Here's What'll Happen

by baldilocks

[cap­tion id=“attachment_79578” align=“aligncenter” width=“400”]Colorado also says no. Credit: NPR.org Col­orado also says no. Credit: NPR.org[/caption]

At least half of the gov­er­nors in the United States have refused to take the Syr­ian refugees and “refugees” or called for a halt to the reset­tle­ment which the fed­eral gov­ern­ment, mean­ing Pres­i­dent Obama, is intent upon seed­ing in cities all around the nation. But, it appears that these gov­er­nors have no legal leg on which to stand, since it is the US Con­gress that estab­lishes “an uni­form Rule of Nat­u­ral­iza­tion” and, back in 1980, the Demo­c­ra­tic Party-​majority 96th Con­gress passed the Refugee Act, which, of course, was signed by Demo­c­rat Pres­i­dent James E. Carter. (I would say some­thing cut­ting about Democ­rats here, but I’m sure that the Act seemed like a good idea at the time. How­ever, it is impor­tant to know which party did what.)

And of course, Pres­i­dent Obama knew this going in, or at least his advis­ers did. So, in spite of state exec­u­tive orders, like the one accom­plished yes­ter­day by Gov­er­nor Bobby Jin­dal (R-​LA), the die is likely cast.

So what can we expect?

My friend, Everett Pow­ell, says this:

The one thing the Feds can’t do is force the states to pro­vide ser­vices and sup­port for Obama’s refugee pro­gram — which by all accounts makes it EXTREMELY dif­fi­cult for them to con­tinue the resettlement.

I sus­pect what you will see done is vast num­bers of peo­ple just being dumped at bus stops and train sta­tions in the States resist­ing for the sake of cre­at­ing images for a media cam­paign of peo­ple suf­fer­ing sleep­ing in the streets. We are enter­ing win­ter and there will be such a cat­er­waul­ing out of the White House about cruel unchar­i­ta­ble Chris­tians and GOP bar­bar­ians as the world has never seen.

That is cer­tain, but there is some­thing else to expect. If the mean, hor­ri­ble Red and Red­dish states (like Michi­gan) will not pro­vide ser­vices for these peo­ple, they will migrate to those which will, like Cal­i­for­nia and other states which are already over­loaded with peo­ple on var­i­ous forms of wel­fare. This will speed up the finan­cial reck­on­ing for these states – and for the coun­try – some­thing which is already in view.baldilocks

And even if there is not one ter­ror­ist among the new arrivals, this will bring chaos.

As was planned; as in Europe.

(Thanks to Jeff Bishop)

Juli­ette Akinyi Ochieng blogs at baldilocks. (Her older blog is located here.) Her first novel, Tale of the Tigers: Love is Not a Game, was pub­lished in 2012. Her sec­ond novel, ten­ta­tively titled, Arlen’s Harem, will be done in 2016. Fol­low her on Twit­ter.

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by baldilocks

Colorado also says no. Credit: NPR.org
Colorado also says no. Credit: NPR.org

At least half of the governors in the United States have refused to take the Syrian refugees and “refugees” or called for a halt to the resettlement which the federal government, meaning President Obama, is intent upon seeding in cities all around the nation. But, it appears that these governors have no legal leg on which to stand, since it is the US Congress that establishes “an uniform Rule of Naturalization” and, back in 1980, the Democratic Party-majority 96th Congress passed the Refugee Act, which, of course, was signed by Democrat President James E. Carter. (I would say something cutting about Democrats here, but I’m sure that the Act seemed like a good idea at the time. However, it is important to know which party did what.)

And of course, President Obama knew this going in, or at least his advisers did. So, in spite of state executive orders, like the one accomplished yesterday by Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA), the die is likely cast.

So what can we expect?

My friend, Everett Powell, says this:

The one thing the Feds can’t do is force the states to provide services and support for Obama’s refugee program – which by all accounts makes it EXTREMELY difficult for them to continue the resettlement.

I suspect what you will see done is vast numbers of people just being dumped at bus stops and train stations in the States resisting for the sake of creating images for a media campaign of people suffering sleeping in the streets. We are entering winter and there will be such a caterwauling out of the White House about cruel uncharitable Christians and GOP barbarians as the world has never seen.

That is certain, but there is something else to expect. If the mean, horrible Red and Reddish states (like Michigan) will not provide services for these people, they will migrate to those which will, like California and other states which are already overloaded with people on various forms of welfare. This will speed up the financial reckoning for these states–and for the country–something which is already in view.baldilocks

And even if there is not one terrorist among the new arrivals, this will bring chaos.

As was planned; as in Europe.

(Thanks to Jeff Bishop)

Juliette Akinyi Ochieng blogs at baldilocks. (Her older blog is located here.) Her first novel, Tale of the Tigers: Love is Not a Game, was published in 2012. Her second novel, tentatively titled, Arlen’s Harem, will be done in 2016. Follow her on Twitter.

Please contribute to Juliette’s Projects JOB: HER TRIP TO KENYA! Her new novel, her blog, her Internet to keep the latter going and COFFEE to keep her going!

Or click on Da Tech Guy’s Tip Jar in the name of Independent Journalism—->>>>