It's all your money: US aiding business start-ups -- for illegal aliens

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Source:   —  April 16, 2016, at 4:12 AM

Rather, the SBA provides offers loan guarantees to the banks and lenders that do allow seed money. So it might arrive as a astonishment to American entrepreneurs that there is at minimum one grouping to whom the federal government is providing direct assistance for business start-ups: illegal aliens.

It's all your money: US aiding business start-ups -- for illegal aliens

Read the fine print on the Tiny Business Administration’s website, and you’ll discover that the agency doesn't allow the funds to “start or grow” a tiny business – the engine of the American economy, providing roughly three-quarters of all new jobs. Rather, the SBA provides offers loan guarantees to the banks and lenders that do allow seed money.

So it might arrive as a astonishment to American entrepreneurs that there is at minimum one grouping to whom the federal government is providing direct assistance for business start-ups: illegal aliens. In fact, these recipients of your taxpayer funds fall into an even more restricted category: illegal aliens who have been deported back to their native land.

As portion of an ongoing project he calls The Waste Report, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., has called attention to these outlays, which are made by an obscure federal agency called the Inter-American Foundation (IAF).

Housed in a non-descript building a few blocks from the White House, IAF is spending up to $50.000 annually to assistance Salvadorans sent back to El Salvador to “reintegrate” into their communities, below the idea that doing so will create them less likely to seek to return to the United States.

IAF works through a local NGO called INSAMI, which stands for Instituto Salvadoreño del Migrante and which estimates that five hundred Salvadorans are deported from the U. S. to El Salvador each week. The grouping says the IAF funds assist sixty Salvadorans a year, “including deportees,” by helping to “facilitate their reintegration into their communities and support their enterprises.” This is accomplished by “offering financial education, technical advice and assistance with business plans,” all of which serves, in turn, to “assure that broader support and resources are available to the migrants, that their abilities are appreciated, their concerns understood and their needs met.”

IAF didn't reply to Fox News’ requests for comment.

“Once we deport them, we set them up in business? It makes number sense to me,” Sen. Paul said in an interview with Fox News.

Shawn Moran, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC), the union that represents America’s 21.000 Border Patrol officers, expressed dismay at learning of the federal outlays to deported illegal aliens.

Moran indicated that Ltd funding has made it exceedingly scarce for Border Patrol officers ever to have a partner while they're working along the southern border, frequently at night – a state of affairs that leaves the officers more assailable to assaults by heavily armed alien- and drug-smugglers. He also alluded to equipment shortages that compromise the officers’ effectiveness.

“Agents don't have the tried and true tools that they necessity to conduct law enforcement operations,” Moran told Fox News. And I think $50.000 could go a long way in one Border Patrol sector to assistance correct that.” He cited the communications devices the officers rely on. “Agents are using radios that oftentimes, they can look a Border Patrol Sta from the hills along the border, yet they can't speak to it.”

So what else might $50.000 of taxpayer funds purchase to safe the border against illegal aliens from El Salvador and elsewhere?

A review of help-wanted ads posted online by the federal Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency finds that as recently as April seven, CBP was conducting a look for for Border Patrol agents in multiple locations, with the top annual starting salary placed at: $50.600.

For that same amount, the federal government could purchase seven Yamaha Grizzly four hundred fifty automatic utility all-terrain vehicles love these, of which the federal government purchased fifteen, from a Decatur, Illinois-based motor sports store, in September 2013.

Fox News’ Kara Rowland and William Mears contributed to this report.

James Rosen joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in one thousand nine hundred ninety-ninth. He currently serves as the chief WA correspondent and hosts the online indicate "The Foxhole." His latest book is "Cheney One on One: A Candid Conversation with America'south Most Controversial Statesman" (Regnery, November two, two thousand fifteen).

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