The rape and violence crisis attributed to the influx of “refugees” may not be a problem exclusive to European countries. According to at least one woman, it’s already started in the U.S.
Karen Sherman recently moved to Missoula, Montana, and stood in front of the local courthouse Monday to warn residents about the “civil unrest” they might be facing should the Obama administration’s plans to plant foreign migrants in the town go through, WND reported.
More than 120 protesters gathered to hear Sherman’s account of what happened in her former hometown of Amarillo, Texas.
“Amarillo is overrun with refugees,” Sherman said. She claimed the refugees have been given preferential treatment ahead of Americans to get benefits. “Now they’re expecting us to give them cars,” she said.
Having recently moved from Texas to Montana, Sherman is sounding the alarm to what she believes will be a grave mistake should Missoula accept refugees.
“[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 9-1-1 call centers, and crime is just through the roof. We need to exercise caution, especially for the sake of our children,” she said.
Sherman said the relatively small town of Amarillo has seen crime rates soar since the refugee influx. Amarillo recently moved up to the fifth most dangerous city in Texas and has one of the highest rape rates in the nation.
Sherman pleaded with her new neighbors that refugees who’ve “been taught for thousands of years of violence and hatred” cannot assimilate to a Judeo-Christian society built on tolerance and respect.
“This is a dangerous and foolish expectation,” she warned. “If people don’t choose to follow the law, you cannot hire enough police officers.”
Sherman praised Texas Governor Greg Abbott for halting any more refugees from entering Texas, but said it’s too late. She explained once the refugees arrive, they are allowed to bring in as many family members as they want.
“It’s called family reunification,” she said.
Sherman is hoping it’s not too late for Montana.
“You can have female equality, or you can have refugees. You cannot have both.”