A Florida man is behind bars today after narcotics officers discovered him to be a heroin kingpin. After arresting the man, the shock didn’t stop there as police revealed that he is an illegal alien and has been leeching off the system in the form of food stamps.
The leader of the organization had a heck of a wakeup call the other morning as police pounded on the door. After letting police in, they were swiftly arrested, even before officers let the suspects get dressed.
Police allegedly were able to track down the culprits by a gold wrapper the drug dealer was wrapping his heroin in to be distributed. Somehow they were able to track where the gold paper that was flooding the area was coming from.
As it turns out, Sheriff Grady Judd held a press conference after the arrest informing the public just what had happened and a few other things local residents may have been unaware of.
The leader of the drug ring was Pablo Borgen, a Dominican Republic citizen who was here illegally. Furthermore, Judd revealed, “You, the hard working taxpayer of this state, were paying him for this.” He expounded into the issue by saying that Borgen was receiving food stamps in the amount of $900 a month.
This may come as a bit of a shock as Liberal Democrats in office such as Sen. Dick Durbin have been easing the public’s worries for months, if not years, saying, “undocumented immigrants can’t collect welfare.”
(See also: 20 Percent Of US Households Now On Food Stamps)
If that was the case, then how did Mr. Borgen happen to get his hands on mandated tax payer dollars month after month? And how long is it going to be before Democrats quit calling conservatives, racist “baby-starvers” when we demand that benefit recipients show proof of citizenship?
I wonder if tolerance crosses over the moral and ethical line. Do we have to be tolerant of liars and criminals because that is their choice to live that way?
Apparently many other employees in Borgen’s drug ring were also on food stamps and even three of the women were receiving WIC benefits.
Judd explains that they have made 33 arrests in total from all levels of the criminal organization. He also relayed that he hopes Borgen spends many, many years in jail before being deported to his home country.
My question is, why spend even more money on this freeloader? Should we spend more money to jail him and feed him in America or do you ship him back home and let the Dominican Republic deal with him (although, I suppose, this way there’s a chance he doesn’t pay for his crimes)? Let us know your thoughts in a comment below!