Illegal Aliens Now Receive More Benefits Than American Veterans in NYC: Pre-Paid Debit Cards, Hotels, Free Healthcare

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Crime pays in New York City.

New York City has begun the distribution of prepaid debit cards to illegal aliens as part of a program aimed at addressing the significant influx of invaders arriving in the city.

According to Mayor Eric Adams’ office, the first batch of debit cards, intended for purchasing food and essential items for infants, was provided to several migrant families in the city on Monday.

Despite facing public criticism, this initiative forms part of a $53 million pilot program designed to issue prepaid credit cards to migrant families residing in hotels.

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The program, as outlined by the mayor’s office, will offer payments of up to $350 per week to migrant families of four with two children under the age of five for the duration of their stay. It started on Monday with a limited number of families and is expected to expand to approximately 115 families, encompassing around 460 individuals, over the following week.

“I am a Democrat, but I don’t agree with the sanctuary city policies,” a Democrat city council member said. “It doesn’t make any sense whatsoever. This is insane. It’s not good policy. Obviously, a sanctuary city should not mean protecting criminals.”

According to Fox News, illegal aliens will now receive more benefits than many impoverished Americans, including U.S. veterans. These invaders are required to promise that they will only use the funds for purchasing food and baby supplies, and they will be eligible to receive up to $1,400 per month.

From Fox News:

Officials in New York City have begun giving out prepaid debit cards to migrant families residing in the Big Apple.

The first batch of debit cards, which are reportedly meant to be used by the illegal immigrants to purchase food and baby supplies, were handed out Monday to a handful of migrant families in the city, New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ office confirmed to Fox News Digital.

The effort is part of a reported $53 million pilot program to hand out prepaid credit cards to migrant families housed in hotels despite public outcry.

The program, which the mayor’s office confirmed will provide migrant families of four with two children under 5 with up to $350 each week until the end of their stay, began with a limited number of families on Monday and will expand to about 115 families, or roughly 460 people, over the next week.

The prepaid cards may only be used at bodegas, grocery stores, supermarkets and convenience stores. Migrants eligible for the program must sign an affidavit stating they will only spend the funds on food and baby supplies, or else they could lose access to the funds, Adams’ office said.

Additionally, the mayor’s office confirmed that the pilot program was launched using a phased approach, starting with only a few hotels. City officials have noted that the cards will be loaded with one week’s worth of funds at a time and that their use would be monitored.

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New York City is now paying people to break the law.

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