US Sending Millions to Central American Children and Criminals


Last year, nearly 100,000 unaccompanied minors entered the US illegally. Supposedly the bulk of them were escaping the violence where they lived in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. The federal government officially labeled them Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC).

Even though some of them were infected with contagious diseases like tuberculosis, most all of them were allowed to stay. The federal government dispersed them throughout the US. Many public schools found themselves struggling with a sudden influx of illegal kids that didn’t speak English.

Taking care of these illegal minors is costing US taxpayers millions of dollars. We’re paying for housing, food, medical, clothing, education and more. In many communities, the demands of these illegal minors are draining local budgets which end up hindering the funding of police and fire departments along with other local services.

If you’re not happy about seeing how your tax dollars are being used, then just wait until I tell you that the US government is also using your tax dollars to help minor children and criminals still in Central American countries.
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