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Apr. 19, 2017
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A 23-year-old criminal illegal alien "DREAMer," who cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars over his short life, is suing the US after being deported back to Mexico in February.
USA Today writes in their fluff piece:
Federal agents ignored President Trump's pledge to protect from deportation undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children by sending a young man back to his native Mexico, the first such documented case, a USA TODAY examination of the new administration's immigration policies shows.
Montes was twice granted deportation protections under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program created by President Barack Obama and left intact by President Trump.The horror. The president isn't a dictator. He's dead wrong on that issue and yet it's gotten him nothing.
Despite he and his parents having paid nothing into the system, Montes cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars:
[Montes] suffered a traumatic brain injury as a child that left him with learning disabilities that meant a constant struggle to keep up in school and everyday conversations, according to Hincapiť. Despite those challenges, he made it through special education courses and graduated high school in 2013. He started taking welding classes at a Southern California community college and paid for it by picking crops in California and Arizona.Those things are not cheap. His public schooling cost taxpayers over $10,000 a year. Special needs courses cost more than double. We could easily be looking at $23,000 a year for this DREAMer's education. That's $276,000 for K-12 alone. If we subtract four years due to his being 9 when he arrived, that's still $184,000. Community colleges are also heavily subsidized, California taxpayers reportedly pay some $65 million a year toward tuition for illegal immigrants.
After 15 or so paragraphs they finally admit he's a criminal with four convictions:
Court records show he has four convictions: one for shoplifting in January 2016, and three for driving without a license, most recently three months ago.Montes tried to break back into the US after being deported and was arrested again.
Officers walked him to the U.S.-Mexico border and released him into Mexicali.How convenient for this sob story.
He saw some people using a rope to climb over a section of the border wall and joined them. He was quickly captured by federal agents, questioned again and deported again.More evidence of lies. The only sob story here is the way taxpayers are looted and our own children are denied their own dreams because their parents' and grandparents' money is going towards subsidizing foreign lawbreakers.
Montes is a grown adult now who has a $200,000+ education he can use to his benefit in Mexico. He should be thanking America rather than suing us.
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