Biden Regime Reportedly Planning $450,000 Payments To Illegal Aliens Who Had Families ‘Separated’ Under Trump


The Biden regime is planning to pay off $450,000 per person to illegal immigrants who came in during President Donald Trump’s term.

According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, the Biden regime is in talks to offer payments of nearly half a million dollars per person to “illegal immigrant families that were separated during the Trump administration.”

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The U.S. Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services are considering payments that could turn those “families” into millionaires, the report says.

Most of the families that unlawfully entered the United States include one “parent” and one child. However, many of those separated are accused of trafficking children.

Proponents of border security have often argued, with statistics, that human traffickers take advantage of America’s weak border laws to smuggle children into the U.S., prompting law enforcement agencies to separate the individuals from the child as a safety measure in order to ensure that the individual is a legitimate guardian of the child, and not a human sex trafficker.

Traffickers “probably won’t tell a family a child will be sold into commercial sexual exploitation,” Gramley said. “But once they leave their home country and become indebted to the traffickers, they are at their mercy.”

“This is peak America last,” tweeted Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) in response to the development. “Violate our laws. Then get handsomely paid off by law abiding tax paying citizens. The clowns in charge are clowning harder each day with incompetence and national suicide.”

In late September, National File reported that Biden regime Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas claimed that illegally crossing the U.S. Southern border is “one of our proudest traditions.”

It is not immediately clear who Mayorkas, who is of both Cuban and Jewish descent, was referring to when he said “our,” though most critics concur that he was invoking a false trope about a purported historic celebration of illegal immigration to the U.S.