Who was paid two billion dollars to move Somalia to the States?
Catholic Charities, Lutheran Social Services, Church World Services, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, and the National Association of Evangelicals’ World Relief Corp were paid $1.6 billion to move one per cent of Somalia to the States.
The above groups are paid by the federal government to "resettle" Somalis without knowledge or permission from the areas they are being moved to. The picture above is a picture of Somalians leaving the welfare office in Lewiston, Maine.
The majority live in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Columbus, Ohio; Seattle, Washington; San Diego, California; and Atlanta, Georgia.
But smaller cities have received large numbers too. They include Fargo, North Dakota; Shelbyville, Tennessee; Bowling Green, Kentucky; El Paso, Texas; Boise, Idaho.
Taxpayers have paid the expenses to move 132,224 Somalis to the U.S., according to the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement's data base. That is one per cent of Somalia's 10.6 million population.
It cost taxpayers $1.6 billion.
Then add free housing, health care, housing, schools, and college education. These costs vary by location.
Nearly all Somalis moved here, 99 percent, are Sunni Muslims who follow Shariah law.
The highest Somalis population is in Minneapolis at 54,412.
Columbus is second highest with 45,000.