Many "community" programs and agencies function like the refugee resettlement agencies. More people sign up, the organization grows in size. Fewer people sign up and it immediately shrinks for lack of funding. It also highlights, once again, why cuck is such an appropriate term of derision for right-wingers who oppose gutting federal funding to NGOs. These groups do not operate like charities, they operate like McDonald's. Except instead of selling hamburgers, the are selling poverty, hunger, refugees, drug addiction... Their business models require a growth in dysfunction and destruction.
Massachusetts and New Hampshire refugee contractors begin cutback too
Refugee resettlement agencies receive funding based on the number of people they anticipate resettling, so the uncertainty around President Trump’s travel ban has serious fiscal consequences.Ascentria Care Alliance is dedicated to destroying local communities in Massachusetts, driving up crime rates and welfare usage, all while acting as if they are morally superior, getting paid for it all with taxpayer money. They were really excited in September, as were all the other refugee resettlement agencies across America, because Hillary Clinton would continue Obama's refugee policy. Big money was coming! And now these agencies are going to collapse in size.
“It means that we have not filled a number of positions that were open in all three of our offices in the resettlement area,” he said. “It also means that we may have to make further reductions. We’re going to make those decisions in the next few weeks.”
Ascentria Care Alliance, a resettlement agency based in Worcester and operating in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire, announced Monday that as a result of Trump’s travel ban it had laid off or reduced hours for 14 employees.
Before he left office, President Obama capped the number of refugees admitted into the U.S. during the current fiscal year at 110,000. Resettlement agencies engineered their budgets through September based on those projections.
President Trump cut that cap on refugees to 50,000. That’s an action within the powers of the executive.
The Left is very fragile once you cut off their funding. They have not built institutions to last, they have built institutions based on Ponzi economics: increasing customers are required to keep the business running. Or continued government financing. They do not have independent sources of financing in many cases. Those that do, such as the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, can fund themselves with private money. The rest will all collapse unless the big foundations step in to finance them. That in turn puts a strain on Soros, the Ford Foundation and the rest, because they have limited funds. They can't issue Treasury bonds and sell them to the Federal Reserve for an "endless" supply of money. Instead of expanding, they will be forced to deploy resources simply to hold the ground they have. They will be on the defensive.
President Trump: If the streets aren't filled with the wailing of unemployed leftists, you're doing it wrong.