What is it like living in a sanctuary city?

Ask the residents of this Minnesota suburb who are dealing with gangs of Somali refugees who have threatened to rape non-Muslim women.

If this wasn’t bad enough, the cost of treating the diseases the refugees are bringing into the U.S. keep climbing, too.

Efforts to “rehabilitate” the so-called radicalized Muslims are failing, according to reports.

And the taxpayers are continuing to have to pay to bring these third-world immigrants to the U.S., while the women in this upscale neighborhood are having to hide from these thugs.

A local paper called CityPages reported:

A 30-year-old woman who lives on the parkway was told, “We’re going to kidnap you and then we’re going to rape you.”

“They showed up for three days straight, but that day was definitely the worst,” says the victim, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because she feels unsafe using her name. “When they first approached me I was in my garage unpacking boxes. That’s when they said, ‘You are very beautiful. Your home is very beautiful. We want to live here.'”

“Sorry, but I’m married,” she responded.

“Then they said, ‘That’s no problem. You know Sharia law? You know we could kidnap you?'” according to the victim. “… I took this to mean they’re their own judge and jury and they can do whatever they want. They can kidnap me and rape me because they’re allowed under the law they believe in.”  

According to Refugee Processing Center, a State Department private contractor, the U.S. government brought in 750 Somali Sunni Muslims a month to the U.S. in 2016.

Several of these refugees in Minnesota were discovered plotting to join ISIS.  Instead of deporting them, the federal government tried a rehab program that put them on house arrest.  According to press reports, this is not going as intended.

The Star-Tribune reports:

A Twin Cities man sentenced last year to a halfway house for his role in a local plot to join ISIS has been returned to federal custody for allegedly failing a polygraph test and watching a CNN documentary on terrorism in Europe.

Abdullahi Yusuf, 21, will return to federal court in Minneapolis early Tuesday for a hearing on allegations that he violated his supervised release in an incident that occurred April 18.

According to a report by a U.S. probation officer, Yusuf failed a polygraph test last month while under questioning, then admitted to watching CNN’s “ISIS: Behind the Mask,” a film about a Belgian ISIS soldier that was on TV at his halfway house.

The terms of his 20-year supervised release include a provision that Yusuf not “possess, view, access, or otherwise use material that reflects extremist or terroristic views or as deemed to be inappropriate by the U.S. Probation Office.”

At Yusuf’s first appearance in court on Monday, Davis described the CNN documentary as a “serious piece of documentary evidence” and found Yusuf to be “a danger to the community” before ordering him to be held in custody.”

And not only are there the threats of rape, but the very real costs to the taxpayers to control infectious diseases within this group.

The Star-Tribune reports:

Minnesota has spent $1.5 million in the past year to combat three infectious disease outbreaks — including the largest measles outbreak in three decades — and health officials notified Legislative leaders Monday that they want to tap a special public health fund to defray additional costs.

Dr. Ed Ehlinger, Minnesota Health Commissioner, said the Health Department will need about $600,000 for the current fiscal year, which started last week, to help control the spread of measles, drug-resistant tuberculosis and syphilis. The special fund was approved by the 2017 Legislature, to pay up to $5 million for public health emergencies.

Measles has sickened 78 people in this year’s outbreak, and nearly 9,000 people have been exposed to the highly contagious virus. So far, state efforts to contain the outbreak have cost $534,000.

An outbreak of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis, primarily within the Hmong community in the east metro, has cost $626,000, and health officials are asking for $224,635 for the coming year.

Finally, the department is requesting $288,503 to fight a 30 percent increase in syphilis cases.  So far state efforts at controlling syphilis have cost $336,000.

How much longer are we going to pay to bring refugees to your town?