Good luck with that.
Liberal director Michael Moore said Friday he is willing to shelter Syrian refugees at his Michigan residence.
“I look forward to welcoming Syrians to my home and I wholeheartedly encourage other Americans to do the same,” he wrote on his Facebook page.
“I will contact the State Department to let them know I am happy to provide a safe haven to any Syrian refugee couple approved by the Obama administration’s vetting procedures, in which I have full faith and trust,” Moore said.
“By the way, my 700-sq. ft. apartment in northern Michigan is a little small, but it’s got cable, Wi-Fi and a new dishwasher,” the filmmaker quipped of his abode in Traverse City, Mich.
“Also, no haters live on my floor. Stop by any time for a hot chocolate this winter.”
Governors of more than two-dozen states have expressed opposition to resettling Syrian refugees following the terrorist attacks in Paris. The House on Thursday approved legislation aimed at strengthening the vetting process for the refugees to ensure that terrorists can’t slip into the United States.
Moore criticized Gov. Rick Snyder (R-Mich.) for opposing the resettlement of Syrian refugees in Michigan, calling it “anti-American.”
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