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Roughly 180 cities nationwide will receive a minimum of 10, 000 “Syrian refugees,” who are mostly neither Syrian nor refugees, and not “properly vetted.” Additionally, ten thousand is a misleading number—as it excludes an additional eight people each refugee is allowed to bring. In this way, ten thousand actually translates to 90,000.

The U.S. Refugee Public Affiliate Directory (published by ZeroHedge) lists the 180 cities in 48 states where refugees will be sent—thanks largely to Catholic Charities and a few other organizations receiving federal funds. Only two states, Montana and Wyoming, aren’t receiving refugees through this program.

The State Department covers the financial cost of every refugee flown to America by the International Organization for Migration (IOM). Last year it spent roughly $1.1 billion resettling migrants from around the world to America; a minimum cost of $16,000 per person.

After arriving, courtesy of the American taxpayer, refugees are provided free housing for 90 days, food, transportation, and assistance with finding employment. After the first 90 days, State Department funds are often replaced by Department of Health and Human Services program assistance.

The states receiving the largest number of refugees are: Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin. 

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