Illegals Being Urged To Squat In Homes

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( – Leonel Moreno, a Venezuelan TikToker, has become the subject of controversy and is now evading immigration officials after a report emerged detailing his actions. Moreno, who gained attention for his controversial views on illegal immigration and squatting, reportedly admitted to receiving $350 weekly in government assistance since his illegal entry into the U.S. with his wife and daughter.

Despite boasting about earning $1,000 daily as a TikTok personality, his account, once popular with over 500,000 followers, was inactive recently. His Instagram remains active, showing him flaunting money while with his daughter.

According to the New York Post, citing documents from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Moreno removed his ankle monitor after being granted border parole and is now considered a fugitive. ICE has yet to comment on the situation. Moreno entered the U.S. under a program allowing authorities to monitor migrants without detaining them due to space constraints.

Moreno’s online activities included plans to profit from occupying and selling abandoned properties through squatter’s rights. Although he claimed a church charity in Miami as his immigration sponsor, reports suggest he resides in Columbus, Ohio.

His actions and statements, including support for a criminal suspect in New York and living off U.S. taxpayer funds, have sparked public outrage.

The issue of Venezuelan illegal immigration has been highlighted by the activities of Tren de Aragua, a notorious gang from Venezuela, attempting to establish itself in the U.S. This gang is implicated in violent crimes and criminal activities across several states, including New York, Florida, Texas, Illinois, and Georgia, raising concerns about their expanding influence.

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