Videos and other reports have been popping up on the Internet claiming the federal government is sneaking in thousands of refugees in the dead of night and liberal activists who run fact checking organizations like snipes say it’s not true. However, we now have a sheriff’s constable swearing it is true.
Conspiracy theories are springing up which makes it hard to believe any information on the topic, however, this is coming from a sheriff’s constable.
UPS is bringing refugees in on their flights in the middle of the night, according to a Marcus Kohan, a PA constable. We have no idea who they are and if they have been screened. Americans’ representatives in Congress are supposed to be deciding who comes into the country and how many come in, not a dictator in the White House and the government officials he pays off with tax dollars, and if this is true, he should be impeached.
The Saturday USA Transnational Report radio roundtable included Pennsylvania Sheriff’s Constable Marcus Kohan. He said he has seen at least two UPS jets landing at Harrisburg Airport with hundreds of refugees.
I want to digress here a minute to make sure readers know refugees are allowed to enter the U.S. and live here while they are being screened.
The “refugees” the Sheriff [correction: sheriff’s constable] observed coming in were taken by buses to unknown locations in Pennsylvania for their free cash, clothing, food, shelter at faith-based organizations. The Catholic Church is the main caretaker.
There were 30 busloads in one trip, he claimed.
In an NTEB Special Report, the Catholic Church is said to have received payments totalling $79,590,512.00 to facilitate the flow of undocumented and illegal immigrants into the United States in 2014. This is six million dollars more than they were paid in 2013.
The Catholic Church sees it as their role to help those in need and it’s not their job to vet the people coming in – it’s the government’s job. The Lutherans, Baptists and others are doing the same thing.
The governor of Pennsylvania Tom Wolfe and the mayors of receiving towns are welcoming them with open arms, according to the Mr. Kohan, and these mayors are getting plenty of tax dollars to do it.
Mr. Kohan didn’t explain why he was in a position to observe the refugees nor did he say what country he thought the refugees were coming from. He didn’t say if these were international flights. Still, it’s worth considering.
This is a clip from the interview.
Go to 20:46 if you listen to the entire audio on this link.