Obama Dumps “Refugees” In Texas Town… Now She’s Begging America to Wake Up

via CT: The crime crisis born of the influx of Muslim refugees may no longer be limited to Europe. According to a former resident of Amarillo, Texas, it has already started in America.

Karen Sherman, formerly of Amarillo, now of Missoula, Montana, stood in front of the local courthouse on Monday to warn citizens of just that. Should Obama’s plans to plant foreign migrants in Missoula succeed, those citizens could they could well be facing the kind of “civil unrest” Europe is dealing with now.

In front of the courthouse, 120 residents gathered to listen to her tale, according to WND.

“Amarillo is overrun with refugees,” Sherman said. She claimed the refugees have previously been given preferential treatment ahead of citizens in receiving benefits. “Now they’re expecting us to give them cars.”

Sherman spoke about her experience with a refugee-flooded city.

“(Amarillo) is failing because of the refugees. We have 22 different languages spoken in our schools. We’ve got 42 languages being fielded by our 911 call centers, and crime is just through the roof. We need to exercise caution, especially for the sake of our children,” she said.

Although that may seem excessive, the statistics bear her words out. The small town of Amarillo has seen crime rates soar since the refugee were forced upon them. Amarillo recently moved up to the fifth most dangerous city in Texas, with one of the highest rape rates in the nation.

In her closing, she addresses the preposterous subjugation of women that seems to be the rule rather than isolated incidents.

“You can have female equality, or you can have refugees. You cannot have both.”

H/T BizPac Review

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