Denial of stimulus checks sparks lawsuit by illegals

Denial of stimulus checks sparks lawsuit by illegals
U.S. Treasury illustration/LU staff

[Ed. – One thing to keep in mind: the legal impetus for this comes from networks of activists who are American citizens.  Many of them are still working off of taxpayer funding awarded to them by the Obama administration.  (Note: LU has no information in that regard about Georgetown Law’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, and does not allege any.)  Illegals can’t just do this on their own.  It takes a whole network of networks that uses them to keep lucrative activism going.]

A group of illegal immigrants with children who were born in the US are suing the federal government because they did not get checks from the stimulus package.

The Georgetown University law school’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection filed the class-action lawsuit on behalf of the group in Maryland’s federal district court on Tuesday. …

The lawsuit alleges that their children, who were born in the US, are being “punished” because their parents are illegal immigrants.

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