Lawless are getting PAID!

In the Land of Milk and Money, the lawless get paid. Fines and penalties are for those who follow the law, Silly!

That’s why in ObamaVille tax incentives are given to illegals.

Every one of the banditos entering our country since 2009 have been given Individual Tax Identification Numbers. And as confirmed Tuesday by IRS Commissioner John Koskinen to the Washington Times, those given amnesty can retroactively claim Earned Income Tax Incentives, if they have been filing.

This is in addition to the billions the IRS already hands out to illegals through child tax credits.

The EITC isn’t the only tax credit to be ensnared in the immigration debate. The IRS already pays out billions of dollars a year to illegal immigrants under a program known as the additional child tax credit.

The IRS says the law is vague on who is eligible for the child credit, so to be on the safe side they pay it out to illegal immigrants.

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Backers argue that the children claimed for the child tax credit are likely U.S. citizens, even if their parents are here illegally, and so it would be unfair to strip the money.

In 2010, the government paid out $4.2 billion to illegal immigrants who claimed the child tax credit, the IRS’s inspector general found.

Yo quiero Taco Bell! Ready to make a run for the border!

 

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