A two-day conference will be held in Boise, Idaho on 23rd and 24th of October seeking support in a mainly Conservative Republican vote state to place more refugees there and to garner understanding for illegal alien amnesty (the 800k DACA kids).
The event is to be held at the Simplot Ballroom of the Student Union Building at Boise State University, and the theme the mostly Democrat speakers will discuss is: “America’s Future: Refugees, Migration and National Security.”
The organizers hope that citizens will attend and leave afterward with a “better understanding of some of the issues that we’re facing as a country, as a state, and as a city.”
In a state where most people are not that keen on refugee settlement, this seems like a stretch.
Just a year ago, citizens from Boise, Idaho were demonstrating against refugees being placed there on the municipal steps of the courthouse.
On average, these non-profit groups bring to the US on average each year some 15,000 Muslim refugees from the Middle East, Africa, and the Balkans, funded by Idaho tax money amongst others.
It seems unfair that the government should tax the people and then redistribute these taxes to non-profit groups of their choice, trying to promote causes that most people from Idaho are strictly against.
Last time one of those groups tried to do a presentation on a similar subject in Bonner County, in August of this year, the event ended earlier than foreseen as opponents of refugee resettlement dominated the near-capacity audience.
In a state where Trump won 60% of the vote versus Clinton’s 30% in 2016, we do understand the need of Democrat policymakers to try and settle liberal-minded refugees, but fear once again that the public at Boise State University will far larger be wanting to oppose refugee settlement rather than listen to what the speakers have to tell. Just a tip.
Luckily it’s not like people from Boise are paying for these events with their own tax money. Oh wait, they are!