A Michigan town has sent the federal government a clear message: "We have no interest in participating in your so-called 'Refugee Resettlement Program,'" The New American website reports today (November 2, 2016).
Waterford Township trustees in Oakland County, Michigan passed a resolution on October 31 telling the federal government not to resettle any refugees -- including those from Syria -- within the township's boundaries.
Waterford Township is not the first entity to cry foul over the feds' migrant-resettlement scheme. The states of Texas, New Jersey, and Kansas have also refused to accept any Muslim migrants, since they fear terrorists can easily pretend to be migrants. (Several of the terrorists who committed terror attacks in France that killed over 150 innocent people one year ago this month entered France as "migrants.")
Moreover, the five richest Arab nations -- Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, and Qatar -- have all refused to accept one single Syrian migrant despite being so close to the migrants' native land, and maintaining much more similar religious and cultural traditions with the Middle East migrants than the United States.