Safer Borders / Prosecution for Welfare Fraud / No New Taxes / Republican
PUT CALIFORNIA TAXPAYERS FIRST!
Sacramento politicians continue to raise taxes but for what?... Failed programs and broken promises. California taxpayers need a break., You MUST vote Republican in the mid-term elections.
Russ Lambert is running in District 46, Orange County to fight for our Constitutional rights, and for less taxation and regulations placed upon us.
Improper welfare payments, including fraud, are estimated to be 10.1% of all federal welfare payments made and totaled $71.5 billion in fiscal year 2015. This estimate is based on reports from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), The General Accounting Office (GAO), and other federal agencies.
Total welfare improper payments and fraud of $71.5 billion is an enormous sum greater than the entire budgets of TANF, Child Nutrition, Head Start, Job Training, WIC, Child Care, LIHEAP and the Lifeline programs, combined.
Unauthorized immigrants are ineligible for most major federally-funded safety net programs. Key safety net programs, including the cash welfare program Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as the Food Stamp Program), and the means-tested disability program Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are available only to “qualified” immigrants and citizens (see here for a review). Undocumented immigrants, along with some legal immigrants, are typically in the “unqualified” category unless they are victims of abuse or trafficking. Undocumented immigrants are also excluded from most federal health programs.
California gives immigrants here illegally unprecedented rights, benefits, protections
It started with in-state tuition. Then came driver's licenses, new rules designed to limit deportations and state-funded healthcare. AB 60 gives aliens the right to apply for federal welfare without documentation based on the "honor" system. California new law erases the word "alien" from California's labor code.
Governor Brown has appointed a number of noncitizens in the country not-legally to state agencies and departments, according to his office.
"Citizens are out of the loop on these immigration bills," said Joe Guzzardi, spokesman for the group Californians for Population Stability. "I question whether or not any of them would have passed on the ballot, especially the ones dealing with outlays of taxpayer money."
California "Sanctuary State" Law
Considered the most widespread state protections for undocumented immigrants, Senate Bill 54 took effect on January 1, 2018.
Law Enforcement and Immigration in California: California prohibits state or local law enforcement agencies from the following action: 1 ) Detaining an individual on a hold request from the federal government; 2 ) Transferring undocumented immigrants into federal custody; 3 ) Asking about a person's immigration status or sharing any information with federal immigration. authorities.
FALSIFIED or CREATED documents can be used for California Residency and Welfare Benefits
Rental or lease agreements with the signatures of the owner/landlord and the tenant/resident
Deeds or titles to residential real property
Home utility bills including cellular phone bills
Faith based documents
Insurance documents, including medical, dental, vision, life, home, rental, and vehicle
Internal Revenue Service or California Franchise Tax Board tax returns
California Certificates of Vehicle or Vessel Titles or registrations
California driver's licenses or identification cards
Change of Address Confirmations by the U.S. Postal Service (Form CNL 107)
Documents issued by a government within the U.S. or the U.S. government
A property tax bill or statement
Records of a financial institution
Court documents that list the applicant as a resident of California*
A letter, on letterhead from a homeless shelter, a shelter for abused women, a nonprofit entity, a faith based organization, an employer, or a government within the U.S. attesting that the applicant resides in California*
LA made $1.3B in illegal immigrant welfare payouts in just 2 years
Illegal immigrant families received nearly $1.3 billion in Los Angeles County welfare money during 2015 and 2016, nearly one-quarter of the amount spent on the county’s entire needy population, according to data obtained by Fox News.
The data was obtained from the county Department of Public Social Services -- which is responsible for doling out the benefits -- and gives a snapshot of the financial costs associated with sanctuary and related policies.
“They get $3 in benefits for every $1 they spend,” Rector said.