Lib City Giving Illegals How Much?!

( – In a brand-new perversion showing how much the left favors illegal aliens over American citizens, New York City has launched a pilot program to give illegal immigrant families food benefits worth more than what the city provides to its low-income and elderly residents in SNAP benefits.

Authorities in NYC have started providing prepaid debit cards to migrant families living within the city.

This move, confirmed by the office of New York City Mayor Eric Adams to Fox News Digital, aims to assist these families by enabling them to buy essential items like food and baby products.

The program, which is part of a larger $53 million pilot initiative designed to distribute these cards to migrants accommodated in hotels—a decision that has faced public criticism—began with a select group of families and plans to extend its reach, Fox News reports.

The program offers a weekly allowance of up to $350 to migrant families comprising two adults and two children under the age of five, intending to support them throughout their stay.

The assistance provided to illegal aliens through this pilot program far surpasses the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits for low-income and elderly New Yorkers, and even exceeds the monthly services allocated for single veterans.

Thus, SNAP recipients usually receive from the city of New York up to $291 per month.

Initially, the scheme will cater to approximately 115 families, totaling around 460 individuals, with plans for expansion in the following week.

Usage of the prepaid cards is restricted to purchases at local stores, including bodegas and supermarkets, with a condition that recipients must agree to spend the money solely on food and baby supplies under threat of losing access to these funds.

“We’re not giving people American Express cards,” NYC Mayor Eric Adams told a state legislative budget hearing in Albany last month to defend the handouts to illegal immigrants.

“We are going to save money on delivery, we’re going to save money on people wasting food, and this is a pilot project we’re going to use that is going to save us $6.7 million a year,” he added.

The city’s financial commitment to addressing the needs of migrants is projected to reach at least $10.6 billion by the summer of 2025, with New York state promising around $2 billion for the current budget cycle.

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