Every Illegal Claiming Asylum Gets An Average Of $1100 In Loans And Can Then Disappear – No MSM Coverage (Video)

According to a new study released by FAIR, the annual cost to U.S. taxpayers is $1.8 billion and over five years, that financial burden skyrockets to $8.8 billion.

Those figures are only estimates because refugees will access welfare and other government assistance at different rates and the number of refugees entering the U.S also changes from year-to-year.

According to a new study released by FAIR, the annual cost to U.S. taxpayers is $1.8 billion, and over five years, that financial burden skyrockets to $8.8 billion.

Those figures are only estimates because refugees will access welfare and other government assistance at different rates and the number of refugees entering the U.S also changes from year-to-year.

What’s more, said the FAIR study provided to Secrets, 50 percent of refugees remain on Medicaid for five years.

“Most of this cohort arrives here without financial resources and possessing few marketable job skills. And the American taxpayer is being asked to feed, clothe and shelter them, in addition to funding job training programs,” said the report titled “ The Fiscal Cost of Resettling Refugees in the United States.”

Dan Stein, president of the immigration reform group, said an alternative should be providing temporary help near where the refugees live and eventually repatriating them.

America has a long tradition of providing refuge to the oppressed. We admit both refugees (people seeking refugee status abroad) and political asylees (people requesting refugee status from within the United States).2 And doing so is consistent with our history and our values. But the way in which we integrate refugees/political asylees into our society has changed drastically over the years.

The largest groups of refugees arrived in the United States in the aftermath of World War II. Significant numbers of anti-communist dissidents sought political asylum during the Cold War. However, the admission of WWII refugees, and Cold War asylees, took place in an overall context of very low immigration. And, until the 1980s most refugee assistance was provided through private networks of charitable ethnic and religious groups that provided both financial assistance and help in assimilating to the American way of life. Many Americans contributed generously to those groups but their contributions were voluntary. Under the current model, taxpayers are involuntarily bankrolling the significant costs that resettling refugees and asylees impose on the citizens of the United States.

But let’s fast forward to Biden’s America.

Bill O’Reilly dropped a huge bombshell last night.

He confirmed that asylum seekers hat come on our border are awarded an average of $1,100 in interest-free travel loans, but what’s more important is the fact that many of them disappear with our taxpayers’ money because chances of getting asylum are 4 to 1.

The video below ( after the 5:30 minute mark you can hear the statement) :

Of course, not one mainstream media reported about this theft of American taxpayers made by the Biden administration.

In an addition to this, the Biden administration is also contacting all of the asylum-seekers that were at the border that went home so he can bring them back here.

The moves are part of a plan by the administration of President Joe Biden to end the program, known as the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), an effort complicated by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and concerns over illegal immigration.

The Trump administration launched the program in 2019 as part of a wide-ranging crackdown on the ability to seek asylum in the United States, which Trump officials depicted as rife with fraud and meritless claims.

The initiative forced more than 65,000 non-Mexican asylum seekers back across the border to wait for their U.S. court hearings, although far fewer are believed to still be waiting in Mexico.

The Biden administration will begin by working to process about 25,000 migrants with active claims in the program, officials said on Thursday. The new guidelines will require migrants to register online or via phone, be tested for the coronavirus in Mexico and then come to a U.S. port of entry on a specific day.

Bruce Hoenshell

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