What Happens When Illegal Immigrants Claim Children Living in Other Countries On Tax Returns? The IRS Sends Them A Check, Of Course.

WTHR in Indianapolis has done some research into what it is calling a “tax loophole.”

We have a different name for it but because we have a strict “no four letter word” policy here at Raised on Hoecakes, we won’t say what it really is.

You have heard the from those on the left that since immigrants pay taxes, we should not seek to deport them. It is true that illegal immigrants pay taxes such as sales taxes and gas taxes, but for the most part, they do not pay income taxes. For those immigrants who wish to pay income taxes, the government gives each illegal immigrant an “ITIN” which is short for “Individual Taxpayer Identification Number.” Using that number, the illegal immigrant can file income taxes.

But here’s the rub – they can also claim the child credit exemption on their taxes and many do: even if the children are living out of the country.

How much money are we talking about?

Four point two billion dollars a year. That is $4,200,000,000 taxpayer dollars that is being obtained fraudulently by illegal immigrants.

And what does the IRS do about it? Nothing. The report below details a tax preparer that blew the whistle on a number of people using this scam and never heard back from the IRS.

If this doesn’t make your blood boil, nothing will.

Not only are the immigrants here illegally, they are literally stealing money for legitimate tax payers and citizens.

Any, and we mean any, sympathy for illegal immigrants that are doing this goes out the window. They should be arrested, their property seized to be sold to pay back the money, and then deported.

Screw ’em.

For some reason WordPress isn’t allowing us to imbed another video from WTHR in this post, so look at the post beneath this one and see what happens when the government and elected politicians are informed about this problem.

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