Idaho City Council Votes to Declare Twin Falls a ‘Welcoming City’ After Refugees Plead Guilty to Heinous Sex Crime Against Disabled Child

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The city council of Twin Falls, Idaho, unanimously approved a resolution to declare the city a “welcoming city” for refugees only days after three Third-World refugees pleaded guilty to felony charges for a vile sex attack on a disabled five-year-old girl.

All seven council members voted for the resolution on Monday. This was despite some communities members’ concerns over refugee resettlement, which affects their community in significant ways but they have little to no control over. The city council has not yet drafted a resolution and will return to the issue at a future date, according to 1310 KLIX.

A seven-year-old Iraqi boy, plus 14-year-old and 10-year-old Sudanese boys, pleaded guilty to serious felony charges, including felony sexual exploitation of a child in April. They cornered the tiny victim in a laundry room at the Fawnbrook Apartments in Twin Falls, Idaho, on June 2, and they stripped her naked, sexually assaulted her, urinated all over her body and in her mouth, taunted and laughed at her, and videotaped the attack.

A retired nurse spotted the oldest refugee felon with a recording device as he instructed the younger boys, and stopped the attack, which could have been much worse had she not intervened.

“The worst thing was the way they peed all over her clothes and on her, too, and I thought that was one of the meanest things I’ve ever saw done,” she said at the time to World Net Daily. “The little girl had no clothes on. The boys took them off.”

Her horrified father watched 30 seconds of the video recorded by the refugees, telling Breitbart News his daughter was “shaking with fear” as she tried to flee her tormentors while they “danced around her and laughed at her.” He could not bring himself to watch any more, but a local prosecutor who watched the rest of the recording said that one of the refugees appeared to orally rape her before urinating all over her.

After he rushed home from work after receiving a call saying his daughter had been raped, Muslim refugee families swarmed his apartment, telling him in broken English not to call police. Thanks to the refugee resettlement industry, he and his family were plunged into a nightmare.

The heinous crime sparked a national uproar and a furious reaction from the refugee resettlement industry and its political backers against citizens outraged by the crime, and even the suffering victim’s family.

An Obama administration official threatened to prosecute private citizens discussing the crime and refugee resettlement: “The spread of false information or inflammatory or threatening statements about the perpetrators or the crime itself reduces public safety and may violate federal law. We have seen time and again that the spread of falsehoods about refugees divides our communities.”

Media rushed to denigrate those outraged over the heinous sex attack on an innocent and vulnerable American child, but few report the actual facts of the case as they seek to join government officials in intimidating citizens into silence.

An important fault line in the refugee settlement debate is local control of communities versus globalism imposing its will on them, no matter their preferences and despite the harms that befall them.

Refugee programs are extremely secretive, raising concerns about terrorism, national security, violent crime, poverty, demographics, and other issues citizens are forced to confront when the government partnered with charities imports foreign populations into quiet American communities. As one leader of the anti-refugee resettlement movement in Twin Falls said at the city council meeting, the refugee resettlement program there is “completely unaccountable” to the local community, which was never asked if it wanted hundreds of impoverished migrants dumped on its doorstep year after year.

Read more about how the top-down, billion-dollar refugee resettlement industry operates here.


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