UN Gives $800 Debit Cards to Illegal Migrant Families Heading to U.S
Todd Bensman reports from border
The United Nations IOM is handing out free debit cards to illegal aliens looking to cross the U.S border, according to Todd Bensman, a Fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies.
Bensman traveled to Mexico and reported that tens of thousands of illegal aliens are now heading to the border.
Bensman also witnessed debit cards being handed out.
In Reynosa, Mexico, at a migrant camp, the United Nations IOM helpfully doles out debit cards to aspiring US border crossers.— Todd Bensman (@BensmanTodd) November 20, 2021
The IOM workers said a migrant family of four gets about $800 a month. I watched long lines of migrants get their UN debit cards pic.twitter.com/oxBUQCGOcy
The IOM workers with the United Nations said one migrant family of four receives around $800 a month.
According to Tod, there are queues of migrants to get UN debit cards — paid for by US taxpayers.
22% of the UN budget has been paid by the U.S taxpayer in recent years.
US taxpayers paid 22% of the UN budget in recent years.
That is correct, sir https://t.co/nxE7yqXZTC— Todd Bensman (@BensmanTodd) November 23, 2021
we're funding the destruction of our country and heritage— BeenHereBefore🦔 (@AmericaRising17) November 21, 2021
But that's not all.
Last month, Neon Nettle reported the Biden administration was creating sponsorship circles of veterans to provide money for refugees to have housing and other expenses covered so they can settle in America.
Currently, there are 55,600 Afghan refugees on military bases in the U.S.
The Biden administration also wants to place refugees beyond the former 100-mile limit from the resettlement office, CNN reported.
Community Sponsorship Hub, part of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc., is trying to find a place to put refugees.
“It’s providing this opportunity for communities that said they want to stand up, to stand up. That’s the point. It’s to maximize this outpouring of desire to welcome,” said Danielle Grigsby, co-founder, and director of external affairs at Community Sponsorship Hub.