Astonishing Report Shows U.S. Government Favors Refugee Children Over Poor U.S. Kids


The pro-immigration Migration Policy Institute released a preposterous reportshowing the federal government spending on welfare recipients within the U.S

In the report, it is shown that refugee children receive more in food stamps, welfare cash, and Social Security payments than U.S. children.

Washington Examiner disclosed that:

Some 8 percent received cash welfare, compared with 6 percent of U.S. citizen households. And 5 percent of children of refugees were part of Social Security’s Supplemental Security Income program, compared with 4 percent of U.S. children.

The Migration Police Institute claims that the taxpayer funded aid for refugees is usually higher due to them arriving destitute

The U.S. is expected to receive over 20,000 Syrian refugees before the end of the year.

How can the taxpayers possibly afford this? How can taxpayers allow the children of terrorists be a priority over our own nation’s children?

To view full report, go here.

We must put a stop to this! Our children are more important.

Take a stand.

Write to your state officials and demand that if they’re going to use our tax dollars for aid, they better take care of our own first.

H/T The Washington Examiner



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