One town in Michigan is fighting for its survival as county targeted for even more Middle Eastern refugees

Refugee Resettlement Watch

A resolution heard around the world!

This isn’t just about Michigan—as Michigan goes so goes America!

Here is how the story in the UK Daily Mail described what happened.  I know many of you already do know because you have been sending me versions of the story from many news outlets, but for those who don’t yet know:

A Michigan town has voted to ban Syrian refugees from living there, because they believe the vetting process is not good enough.

The Waterford Township Board of Trustees passed a resolution against allowing refugees from the war torn country to settle in the area, on Monday night.

brooks_patterson_county_executive_-_paul_sancya_ap_photo What will longtime Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson do? Will he seek an injunction against RAP and federal contractors before the election?

The vote was specifically against a federal resettlement program for the refugees. It passed with a 7-0 vote.

The result is a…

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One thought on “One town in Michigan is fighting for its survival as county targeted for even more Middle Eastern refugees

  1. Gina Flores October 27, 2016 / 7:45 pm

    Americans need to consider this subject very carefully before voting on November 8.

    I have relatives living in several European countries and I can tell you from speaking with them that all of Europe is in trouble because of the refugees that have saturated so many locations.

    We are next!

    Gina Flores
    Editor at NoFakeNews

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