The Obama regime has provided housing for refugees in the most conservative parts of America.
Large numbers of them are being dispersed throughout smaller communities all over the nation such as Idaho, Montana, North Dakota and Kansas.
Could it be possible that this is yet another way that Barack Obama is attempting to “fundamentally transform” America?
If you drop a few hundred refugees into a small town that has only a few thousand people living there, you can start to fundamentally alter the character of the whole area.
You would think that there would be more employment opportunities, cultural attractions and government services available for refugees in major metropolitan areas. So it would seem natural to resettle them in those areas. But instead, there seems to be a major push to resettle large numbers of them in small towns.
We have all seen the chaos that has erupted in Europe as massive waves of Islamic immigrants have been allowed in and resettled in large numbers in small communities.
Fortunately, there are some communities that are still willing to step up and take a stand against what the social engineers in Washington D.C. are trying to do. One of those communities is Sandpoint, Idaho.
The White House has admitted that the number of refugees being resettled in this country has been increased to 100,000 per year.
Not all of these refugees are coming from Syria, but the vast majority of them are coming from countries where a radical version of Sunni Islam is practiced as a way of life.