An ‘Asylum Seeker’ in Maine Says the Congolese Want Houses; Question Where is our Money?

The money Prince Pombo is talking about is the $850,000  (give or take a few thousand) that generous do-gooder Americans have sent for the care of the African asylum seekers who arrived recently (and unexpectedly!) in Maine after illegally crossing the US southern border.

https://fraudscrookscriminals.com/2019/08/01/an-asylum-seeker-in-maine-says-the-congolese-want-houses-question-where-is-our-money/

Frauds, Crooks and Criminals

The money Prince Pombo is talking about is the $850,000  (give or take a few thousand) that generous do-gooder Americans have sent for the care of the African asylum seekers who arrived recently (and unexpectedly!) in Maine after illegally crossing the US southern border.

(See all of my previous posts on the migration of the DR Congolese to Maine by clicking here.)

And, so you don’t forget, we have admitted 50,000 from the DR Congo through the US Refugee Admissions Program and thousands more through the Diversity Visa Lotterywhich begs the question: couldn’t they wait their turn for legal admission to the US? 

Apparently not, and this story (hat tip: Frank) about one of their spokesmen—Prince Pombo—raises even more questions.

He says he traveled for three years after leaving the DR Congo. He even lived in Brazil and married a local woman there.  Why…

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

73 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.

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