Muslim With 3 Kids And 20 Kids Wants Taxpayers To FUND Them!

Here’s yet ANOTHER reason to fear the coming flood of refugees into America.

It’s been established that many of the current asylum seekers are what could be better described as “economic refugees.” A common characteristic of the “economic” refugee is a desire to locate in a country with a generous welfare State. Lucky for them, the quasi-socialist States of Sweden and Denmark have been all too happy to welcome in refugees.

And as Express reports, their mindless tolerance is coming back to bite them in the butt:


Politicians in Denmark have condemned the asylum seeker policy which will allow Daham Al Hasan to rake in thousands in benefits once his huge family is reunited.

The 47-year-old fled war-torn Syria two years ago with a wife and eight children before arriving in Denmark.

The unemployed migrant, who claims to be too sick to work, has now been granted family reunification for his remaining 12 children and two wives who are still in Syria.

The approval will see the Danish taxpayer fork out 214,128 Danish Kroners (£21,883) in child support for the family each year.

Outraged officials have raised concerns about the policy and suggested the Syrian man is exploiting the country’s welfare system.

Integration spokesperson for the Conservatives, Naser Khader, said: “It is highly problematic that a Syrian refugee can be allowed to call himself sick to avoid working and learning Danish, so he can support… 20 children.” Read More

The lifetime cost of refugee resettlement is expected to top $55 billion – and we’re only resettling 10,000 refugees. Hillary Clinton would like to increase that 500%.

I’m going to go out on a limb and say that there are better things we can spend our money on.

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