January 24, 2024 | Congress keeps spending money we don’t have… | An OpenTheBooks investigation has revealed an exponential increase in spending for providing services for people crossing into the USA through the open borders. The staggering cost of $20 billion charged to American taxpayers covers accommodations, transportation, and other care. The focus of the report was on just one agency of the Health and Human Services, ORR, The Office of Refugee Resettlement.
According to an OTB report last year “up to 85,000 minors were lost after “sponsorship” with a “vetted” guardian.”
While there is no doubt that people from all over the world have been welcomed to America as the land of freedom and opportunity, there is a necessary process and procedure for entry in order to maintain public safety and national security.
Observers recognize orchestrated mass migration as a tactic of warfare.
Securing the borders and the immediate implementation of standard security protocols is crucial for national security and public safety.
U.S. Taxpayers’ Cost of Open Border Policy
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A summary of the benefits of ORR’s Preferred Communities Program reads: “offers intensive case management to overcome barriers” to “extremely vulnerable individuals.”
One grantee lists the program’s benefits:
- Emergency housing support (if necessary)
- Work authorization application
- Public benefits application
- Medical screening
- School enrollment
- Referrals to employment programs
- Cultural orientation
- Mental health referrals
- Legal assistance referrals
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