If Hillary is elected, there will be many more cities transformed in the image of Dearborn, said the Secure Michigan activist, asking that his name not be used for fear of retribution against his family.
Those who live in neighboring communities in southeastern Michigan are already feeling the transformative power of wave after wave of Syrian refugees flooding into their towns.
Troy has received 479 Syrians, Clinton Township has received 385, Dearborn 278, Battle Creak 98, Bloomfield Hill/Bloomfield Township 46, Hamtramck 30 and Detroit 17, according to the State Department’s Refugee Processing Center. Communities like Sterling Heights, Madison Heights, Rochester, Troy, Oak Park and Clinton Township are all being transformed. One Michigan community, Waterford Township, passed a resolution last week demanding that the federal government refrain from sending them any Syrian refugees.