Saturday, June 6, 2015

Taxpayers gave over $20 million worth of Social Security to former Nazi’s

Since the end of World War II, much of America’s immigration has either come from illegals entering the country across our open borders, through H1B invitations seeking cheaper labor to replace skilled American workers, or from a more ambiguous means that came from our fighting never ending wars around the globe.  And over the past 70 years this has included people’s such as former Nazi’s via Operation Paperclip, Vietnamese refugees during America’s decade in Southeast Asia, and the more recent inclusion of Middle Eastern and Somali Muslims which has led our ‘melting pot’ to become increased with people’s not necessarily choosing to become Americans, but with those who simply wanted to get away from their own nation’s bad outlook.
Yet when these millions of alternate entry immigrants come to America, they very often enter into the vast welfare and insurance systems that now take up over $1 trillion of the U.S.’s annual budget.  And in a new study to be published in the coming days, American taxpayers will have shelled out over $20 million to provide social security benefits to former Nazi members, who probably should have been incarcerated rather than given retirement benefits out of  the U.S.’s coffers.


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