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Every now and then a tale comes up that truly makes you cringe. That’s what this is. This story is about a man named Leonal Moreno, who is an immigrant from Venezuela (I’m not sure if he’s here legally or illegally), an open bragger who openly boasts about living off American taxpayer money, and who shouts support for the Times Square shooter. Put another way, Leonal Moreno is a supporter of attempted murder and a parasite. He declares:

“I want you to locate [his] mother and get together to pay the penalties so that the young Venezuelan knows he’s not alone when things get tough. The Venezuelan TikToker stated, “Remember that up there is a God who observes everything [down here].”

He said, “Remember that the young man is about to be released. Instead of assisting him, an entire nation is on top of him.” And you know why he’s going to be released? as he is a minor.”

No. It’s just a matter of luck that this young criminal didn’t kill anyone because a nation is turning against him for firing on innocent bystanders. Moreno is promoting the idea that the community of Venezuelan immigrants should support and console an individual who has tried murder. It is likely that Moreno believes, rightly, that throughout Job Biden’s administration, there would be no deportation for this group of immigrants, regardless of their actions.

But Moreno is far from finished:

“Moreno’s material focuses on his way of life, including how he begs people on the street for money and lives off of government assistance.”

“In a different video that was uploaded on February 21st, Moreno explained why he was coming to the US, saying, “You came here for a job, and I came here for vacation. See the difference? I didn’t come here for the same reason as you did. To make up for the taxes you failed to pay in Venezuela, you traveled to the United States.” The immigrant said in a second video that she didn’t like working since it made her allergic to certain things. In the end, none of us has money—you work, I don’t. They never stop berating us because I survive off the taxes you pay each month.”

Yes, you read it right—according to him, Moreno came to the United States specifically to fulfill his dream of becoming a parasite. A competent president would inform Maduro that we are sending his people back and that he should shut up and accept it, and the federal government would issue this little weasel a one-way aircraft ticket to Caracas. The U.S. Marshals would also see that he boarded the plane.

The border crisis has gotten out of hand. Even worse, the whole immigration machinery is running amok. Whether this is a feature or a bug, the Biden administration is obviously willing to let millions of people cross the border illegally and then disappear, with no checks, no vetting, no jokes—just some taxpayer money, a bus ticket to the major city of their choice, a free cell phone, and a pat on the back. As I have often stated, we have no clue who these individuals are, where they are headed, or what they plan to do when they arrive—many of them are young, unaccompanied males of military age.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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