Taxpayers are funding ‘reintegration’ gift bags for deported illegals

Taxpayers are funding ‘reintegration’ gift bags for deported illegals
Swag bag for Uncle Sam's illegal clients. GAO (USG) mage

[Ed. – So cycling through America on the Illegals plan is kind of like attending a Hollywood event: there’s a swag bag for every comer.]

Since 2014, American taxpayers have been billed nearly $30 million to fund school supplies, toys, clothing, and coloring books for migrants returning to Central America after being deported from the United States.

A new Government Accountability Office (GAO) report reveals that USAID has spent $27 million worth of U.S. taxpayer money, since 2014, on departing gift bags for migrants deported from the U.S. back to Central America.

The GAO report found that the taxpayer funding is used to give “short-term reception services” to deported Central American migrants in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. The funding also goes towards “counseling services and employment assistance” for the deported migrants to “make it easier for migrants to readjust to and stay in their home countries,” the report claims.

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