It was recently discovered that a so called tax loophole is allowing the illegals in the US to steal billions of dollars by claiming dependent children who live in Mexico. These illegals are filing returns using a tax ID number that was created to make sure the illegals pay income taxes while working in the United States. So now, these foreigners, who are here illegally, using stolen or fraudulent social security numbers, are filing for refunds using the child credit deduction and naming nieces and nephews who live in Mexico as dependants at a thousand dollars a pop.
This is a multi-billion dollar scam. Here is where it gets interesting. From both the false left and false right, the mainstream media is attempting to justify this multi-billion dollar theft by countering that the illegals pay in $78 billion per year in taxes that they can never collect on.
At the beginning of the article I mentioned that we are being told that there are only 11 million illegal aliens in the United States. If 1 out of 4 of this 11 million are actually employed here, this would amount to 2.75 million illegals paying in $78 billion in Social Security and Medicare, which they cannot collect on, plus billions more that they can file returns on.
It would seem the lie as to how many are actually here becomes blatant when looking at the numbers.
The truth is there are at least 30 million jobs being worked by illegal aliens. We will be generous and say that each worker has a wife and only two children, who are also here illegally. That would bring the total number of illegal aliens in the United States to 120 million. Now, considering that they are all receiving government subsidies of one type or another, how much of a drain on our economy does this represent really?
It is said there are 46 million people receiving food stamps. It is an impossibility that the illegal aliens are being counted in this number.
Our own people have been made homeless through this blatant violation of our laws and the resources that are being handed over to these foreign nationals are in reality subsidized labor for the international corporations based in the United States. The corporations get the cheap foreign labor and the American taxpayer pays for the subsidized housing, food, education, and medical care. This scenario represents yet another transfer of wealth from the working poor and middle class to the corporations.
And what about the American workers who have been displaced? These people can get no help through the safety net they paid into, while working for 20 or 30 years before losing their jobs, because more and more, day by day, the safety net is becoming more exclusively for the illegal aliens.
This is just another outrage among the countless outrages this illegal invasion represents. We must take our country back and expel the invaders before we are completely displaced by these foreigners.