Guest post by John Binder
Liberals continue to tell us the “vetting process” for refugees is under control. They insist the federal government is monitoring every Syrian once they make it to America.
But, of course, that’s a total fallacy.
Take a look at what just happened in Louisiana.
One Syrian is on the loose–
The Hayride reports:
At least one Syrian refugee that was in the process of resettling in the Baton Rouge area has already gone missing,according to a report by WBRZ.
Here’s what WBRZ posted to Facebook today:
As reported earlier by the Hayride, there are another 7 Syrian refugees in Kenner and 6 more in the New Orleans area.
The news may seem alarming that neither state government nor the federal government track newly-arrived refugees who have just entered the country, but it is actually not uncommon at all.
Hey! Let’s bring in some more!
Image: (The Hayride)
UPDATE: (Tuesday morning 9:30 AM) Governor Jindal’s office contacted The Gateway Pundit this morning. The missing refugee turned up out of state. The governor’s office had to do the leg work on this. The spokesman said the feds were no help. State police located the missing Syrian and said he was placed with another family or Catholic Charities out of state.
We are waiting for an official statement from the governor’s office.
UPDATE 2: Governor Bobby Jindal issued an executive order on Monday to prevent resettlement of Syrian refugees in the State of Louisiana.
UPDATE 3: This comes from Major Doug Cain with the Louisiana State Police. Louisiana state officials heard about the missing Syrian from the media, and not the Obama administration.
Louisiana State Police contacted the charity organized that originally resettled the Syrian refugee in Baton Rouge and were told that the individual has been settled with a family out of state. According to the charity, the individual is not missing, but has been resettled outside of Louisiana. It is unfortunate and potentially dangerous that the federal government will not work with state authorities and we have to hear reports of refugee resettlement from the media. Governor Jindal has demanded that President Obama give state authorities more information on this program and has directed the State Police and state agencies to use all available measures to prevent the resettlement of refugees in Louisiana.” – Major Doug Cain, Louisiana State Police