Interested in having a sensible discussion on immigration without “hysterical brain parasite jerks coming out of the woodwork screaming at the top of their lungs?”
Well, that’s the lofty goal of Stefan Molyneux, the founder and host of Freedomain Radio, who takes an honest look at immigrant use, legal and illegal, of welfare and what it means for the future of the United States.
“We’re going to push the horde aside today, you and I,” Molyneux says in a video that’s getting plenty of views. “We’re going to sit down and have a sensible discussion about the facts of immigration.”
Molyneux points to a recent report from the Center for Immigration Studies to share some shocking results. The report, titled “Welfare Use by Immigrant and Native Households,” analyzes welfare usage using the Census Bureau’s Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) data.
It covers Women, Infants, and Children food program (WIC), free or subsidized school lunch, food stamps, and public housing or rent subsidies, among other programs.
“This is your money,” Molyneuz informs viewers. “This is your wallet, your children’s future. This is why you can’t have nice stuff because all of these hands are in your wallet.”
He compares immigrant households to native households, and breaks it down by ethnicity. It covers how many years families remain on “the welfare feeding trough.” Bringing politics into the mix, he highlights a pivotal moment in the mid 1960s when the Democratic Party turned to immigration to “stack the deck” and better compete with the GOP.
The 35 minute video is an eye-opening experience well worth the time… and you can be sure the open-border left will come out of the woodwork screaming at the top of their lungs.
H/T: Mark Shrigley, Facts about Illegal Immigrants Using Welfare
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