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Illegal Immigrant Brags About Living Off Taxpayers

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The asylum system in the United States, originally created for those fleeing persecution, is being exploited by some illegal immigrants seeking a free ride at taxpayers’ expense.

Leonel Moreno, a Venezuelan living in Ohio, gained social media following by avoiding work and encouraging followers to pay fines for a migrant involved in a shooting incident in New York.

“An entire nation [is] on top of him instead of helping him — remember that the young man is going to be released. And he will be released, do you know why? Because he’s underage,” Moreno said.

“You don’t know when God is going to put you in a situation like the one this young man is in,” Moreno said.

Moreno boasts about living off government aid and not working.

“I confess that I don’t like to work because it gives me allergies. You work, I don’t, but in the end, neither of us have money. They keep criticizing us because I live off of taxes that you pay monthly,” he said.

“You came to the United States to work, and I came to vacation, look at the difference. You and I didn’t come with the same purpose. You came to the United States to pay the taxes that you didn’t pay in Venezuela,” Moreno said.

While not representative of all migrants, Moreno’s actions have shed light on the broader issue of many taking advantage of the system for personal gain.

“That’s why I DON’T WORK..because she is an American citizen…I have NO NEED to work because, well guys..this little Princess for being American already receives A LOT of money,” Moreno said,, holding up his daughter.

“The return is to ask for money, boy,” Moreno said of begging on the street.

Videos of migrants living rent-free in hotels and praising President Biden for support suggest a culture of dependency on taxpayer resources.

The situation raises concerns about the abuse of the asylum system and exploitation of resources meant for those genuinely in need.

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