Just one of millions
Using $1000.00 as a basis for rent plus $240.00 in food stamps and $700.00 in Social Security, that is $2900.00 a month plus her medications. My son works 40 hours a week to make that kind of money to support his family of 4. Unfortunately, he was born in the US of American parents.
If they know is an illegal why not send her back wence she came ? or stop encouraging her by giving her all these perks ?
I'd be a bit suspicious of any site that stated "the war starts here" and was telling me what to hoard tbh. I may be wrong, but I don't think it's an unbiased site.
Illegal immigration is a complicated issue. There are also illegal immigrants who use someone else's Social Security number to get listed in
documents to work in the U.S., and then they don't ever collect on what they paid in. Or, they may be paying rent to a landlord who pays property
taxes to support police services, but the illegals may never call for a police response to a crime because they fear their own illegal status will be
exposes--so, in effect, they are paying for services they don't use.
It is very common for illegals to work "off the books" in jobs such as nanny, housekeeper, or groundskeeper. Politicians have been exposed for not paying lawful taxes for such employees into the Social Security fund.
Guns and hoarding are hardly going to turn the problems you highlight round though, are they?
Because when I looked at the site "The War Starts Here" was under the header and 37 things to hoard was on the sidebar with a picture of guns. I'm
not the one with the obsession with guns.
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The sidebar picture is different now. When I last looked at it it was a redneck with assault rifles.
"The War Starts Here" is a statement by the site owner, not an ad. Moreover the ad is one allowed by the site who posted the video. I'd suggest
therefore that the site owner is not impartial and there is bias.
The video clip itself is from FAUX News, which drops its credibility to ZERO IMHO.