DISEASED REFUGEES Obtain SSN’s and Passports Upon Arrival in US

March 18, 2017 in News, Video by RBN Staff


Josh Tolley posted a disturbing video on YouTube this past week.  In the video Josh interviews a woman from Missouri who explains how refugees are flown in at night and given Social Security Numbers and Passports completely non-vetted.

The woman started attending meetings last year sponsored by Missouri Social Services that are under the auspices of the UN Refugee Resettlement Organization – the Office of Refugee Monitoring out of Washington D.C.

It just struck me as curious how casual they were about the number of people that they were bringing into the state of Missouri and how they were being brought in and where they were going and the conditions under which they were being brought in.

The woman attended the meetings along with other agency personnel from around the state of Missouri as a requirement of their contracts related to refugees.  She went on to discuss the number of refugees coming into the state and mentioned that President Trump slowed the number of refugees coming into the US which was well within his purview.

She stated that the refugees are not vetted:

Actually they are not vetted and they are not the safest people.  We’re being told through mainstream media that they are going from 12 to 18 months worth of vetting but in the meetings that I have attended I learned that there was no vetting done at all.  They were literally given plane tickets and put on a plane right away within 24 hours. And, they were put on the plane with the clothes on their back.

Many of them come into country diseased.  They come in with tuberculosis, leprosy, HIV, giardia, smallpox, polio – communicable diseases apart from giardia which is a parasite.  They’re coming in with communicable diseases – highly contagious diseases.

See the entire disturbing video below:

The Obama Administration’s immigration policies were insane.  President Trump has already slowed immigration but as we can see there is still much more to be done.