If you are invited somewhere, you can take part of all of the good things that come with that.
Also, if you are not necessarily invited and ask permission you still do.
However, if you are the type that will just come in without asking permission or being invited you shouldn’t get one single thing.
The stimulus checks are a good example of this. There are some folks living in the United States that shouldn’t get one single cent.
President Donald Trump made clear on April 1 the reason the millions of unauthorized immigrants residing in the United States will not be sent coronavirus payment checks: “They came in illegally.”
“Over five million immigrants in this country do pay taxes through their IT numbers, yet they will not receive any money in the stimulus package,” one reporter told the president.
“And no undocumented immigrant will receive any aid from the government during this crisis. How do you suppose they survive during the COVID-19 [outbreak]?”
“Well, you know, you’re saying ‘undocumented,’ meaning they came in illegally,” Trump answered.
“A lot of people would say we have a lot of citizens right now that won’t be working, so what are you going to do? It’s a tough thing,” the president said.
Trump went on to acknowledge it is a sad and difficult situation that illegal immigrants are in.
“It’s a very sad question, I must be honest with you, but they came in illegally and we have a lot of people that are citizens of our country that won’t be able to have jobs,” he said.
“You say Undocumented, meaning they came in Illegally…” pic.twitter.com/jpUkJ2ogTR
— ACTforAmerica (@ACTforAmerica) April 2, 2020
Trump predicted a “boom economy” once the coronavirus outbreak is quelled, allowing jobs to come back.
“It’s a really sad situation, and we are working on it,” he reiterated regarding illegal immigrants. “I’m not going to give you a hard and fast answer, because I just want to tell you it’s something I think about, and it’s something we’re working on.”
The Pew Research Center has estimated there were 7.6 million illegal immigrants in the U.S. labor force or looking for work in 2017, making up 4.6 percent of the nation’s workers.