Obama is Spending Over $2 Billion to Reunite Almost 200K Illegal Immigrant Youths With Their lllegal Immigrant Parents in the US
Amnesty doesn’t have to be passed for Obama to get his way. No, until it does, he’ll just refuse to deport them and make sure they get billions in taxpayer funding to give illegal immigrant youths aid and shelter, and make sure they reunite with their illegal immigrant families already in the US.
White House officials said Monday that they are treating a wave of youthful illegal immigrants as an “humanitarian situation” that requires billions of dollars in aid for shelter, nutrition, healthcare and education.
Officials are not treating the expected influx of 60,000 youths this year – and perhaps 130,000 in 2015 – as a wave of illegal immigrants that should rapidly be returned home. The cost is expected to reach at least $2.3 billion.
Instead, officials are spending taxpayer funds, and converting parts of at least two military facilities, to cater to the illegals and to transport them to their illegal-immigrant parents elsewhere in the United States.
“In general, significant numbers do have family members in the United States” who can pick up their kids from the federal facilities, said Cecilia Munoz, President Barack Obama’s top domestic adviser.
Officials expect the inflow to reach 130,000 in 2015, up more than 20-fold from the 2011 influx of 6,000 youths.
So we’re going to have a bunch of criminals being rewarded for breaking the law. Welcome to the new America, everybody, where laws no longer matter.
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