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Pete Buttigieg is about illegal immigrants and welfare

South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg had several excuses on Monday for his lack of clear positions on a number of issues: His site is not ready. He still thinks about it. His "values" are more important. But we know from looking at his CNN town hall that he fits into with the Democratic Party on Immigration Control, that is, when he does not cope with laughing lies about illegal immigrants who never take welfare, he advocates an unfair flow of immigrants to the United States Ask if he considered South Bend to be a "sanctuary city" (a city that limits cooperation with federal authorities trying to expel illegal immigrants) Buttigieg said more or less yes. "I would be happy to have more people," he said, hoping they would "help finance snow plows and firefighters" the city needs. As a reminder, Buttigieg mayor of South Bend, not one of these cottage villages depicted in a Thomas Kinkade painting. He also made the ridiculous claim that because illegal immigrants are not eligible for rights programs such as social security, they are basically "subsidizing the rest of us". It's stupid as hell. The Liberals reiterate the lie with a straight face that immigrants, both legal and illegal, are also not eligible for welfare provisions or receive less welfare than domestic Americans. Because it flies in front of all experiences, most people just go quiet, provided they have to be misunderstood. They are not. Legal and illegal residents bring in huge amounts of…

South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg had several excuses on Monday for his lack of clear positions on a number of issues: His site is not ready. He still thinks about it. His “values” are more important.

But we know from looking at his CNN town hall that he fits into with the Democratic Party on Immigration Control, that is, when he does not cope with laughing lies about illegal immigrants who never take welfare, he advocates an unfair flow of immigrants to the United States

Ask if he considered South Bend to be a “sanctuary city” (a city that limits cooperation with federal authorities trying to expel illegal immigrants) Buttigieg said more or less yes. “I would be happy to have more people,” he said, hoping they would “help finance snow plows and firefighters” the city needs.

As a reminder, Buttigieg mayor of South Bend, not one of these cottage villages depicted in a Thomas Kinkade painting.

He also made the ridiculous claim that because illegal immigrants are not eligible for rights programs such as social security, they are basically “subsidizing the rest of us”.

It’s stupid as hell. The Liberals reiterate the lie with a straight face that immigrants, both legal and illegal, are also not eligible for welfare provisions or receive less welfare than domestic Americans. Because it flies in front of all experiences, most people just go quiet, provided they have to be misunderstood.

They are not. Legal and illegal residents bring in huge amounts of welfare, much of the unclear because they get it in the same way they got in the country: by breaking t

The Department of Housing and Urban Development last week estimated that 32,000 illegal immigrants lived in state-supported housing.

Recipients of the Deferred Action Program for Child Arrival, which provides protection to illegal immigrants brought to the United States as a child, are currently eligible for government mortgages.

According to current law, if an illegal immigrant has a baby on American soil, as a standard citizen, he is immediately entitled to welfare for the whole family. Children, whether legal or not, have to go to school, which in their rude form is only taxpayer-funded childcare. A child of an illegal immigrant will receive a free lunch if he has no money to buy.

This is what good ol mayor Pete means when he says that illegal immigrants in their hometown “subsidize the rest of us.” They are just here and help us get more snow plows and firemen, okay!

Liberals do not consider any of this “welfare”, so they simply claim that immigrants do not get any of it.

The Liberal Center for American Progress published a report at the end of 201

8 and admitted that was the case.

“The potential future [immigrant] receipt for complementary in-kind benefits … including Medicaid, [the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program] and rental housing – makes no one a public cost according to long-term policies and practices,” the study said.

So because “long-term politics and practice” do not consider some welfare values ​​to be welfare, we should ignore the enormous burden on state resources.

Regarding the repeated assertion that legal immigrants take in less prosperity than native Americans, two fairly recent studies have said something else. The authors of a 2017 study by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine believed more immigration was good – but so far, nearly 60% of non-nationalized, immigrant-led households used some form of welfare from 2011-2013. This is compared to just 42% of homes led by native citizens.

A 2015 study by the Center for Immigration Studies, a group that advocates limiting immigration, found basically the same only on data for 2012. The study said that immigrant-led households consumed twice Medicaid and food aid benefits that the domestic did. Altogether, 51% of immigrant-led homes used “some welfare” compared to 30% for home care.

We do not need Buttigieg’s upcoming site to explain where he is about immigration. He wants the Americans to pay more of it.

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