HASSAN: What did she know and when did she know it?

MANCHESTER — Last MONTH after numerous calls to NH Governor Hassan’s office our independent investigators were told that the state had ‘no knowledge’ of any illegal aliens being resettled in NH. The NH Office of Refugee Resettlement Office gave a more cryptic answer however, instead asking us “how did we know”? They would not confirm nor deny any placement of illegals in NH.

But according to this article in the Union Leader, “the federal government has released 13 undocumented children, who were part of a flood of 57,000 unaccompanied Central American children crossing the southwest border of the United States illegally since last October, to “sponsors” in New Hampshire since Jan. 1, according to the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement.”

Apparently the NH office told us a lie… numerous times. Are we to believe that Governor Hassan had no idea what this agency was doing either, claiming she was not informed? How does the federal government get way with doing something like this without permission from the state itself?

Find your state here to see how many illegals have been resettled without your knowledge.


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