Aliens vs Blacks and USDA mum on SNAP

How Blacks Are Being Thrown under the Bus by Illegal Immigration

By Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson
President Barack Obama and black leaders are systematically victimizing black Americans!
For the past 22 years, my nonprofit organization, BOND, the Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny, has helped hundreds of young men become responsible, hard working adults. These young men have learned to overcome anger, learn trades, and graduate college, and some have started successful businesses.
As a result, I have heard countless stories of blacks being pushed out of their jobs and neighborhoods by the influx of illegal aliens. In Los Angeles and across the U.S., black citizens are forced to compete with illegals for jobs, education, and health care.
To make matters worse, in June, President Barack Obama signed an Executive Order and announced that his administration would no longer deport illegal aliens. Under the new policy, people younger than 30 who came to the United States before the age of 16 and meet certain requirements can get a two-year deferral from deportation.
This policy change is Obama’s way of getting parts of the DREAM Act proposal that he couldn’t get passed in Congress. It essentially gives amnesty to the children of illegals. And on the heels of Obama’s order, UCLA announced that it is partnering with the National Labor College (the academic arm of organized labor) to create the “National Dream University,” which would fund and allow illegal aliens to take online courses through the university.
The Department of Motor Vehicles recently released a statement saying that young people who receive federal deferrals will be eligible for California driver’s licenses. An estimated 400,000 illegals could be getting licenses in California!
Over the past fifty years, liberal government programs have destroyed black families, and now we have the first black president helping to deliver the knockout blow by siding in favor of illegal aliens against black citizens!
On the same day that Senate Budget Committee Republicans revealed that spending on federal welfare programs constituted the single largest expenditure in the 2011 budget, the Department of Agriculture failed to meet a key deadline to further explain its food stamp partnership with the Mexican government.
According to the Congressional Research Service, food assistance programs expanded more than any welfare category in the previous four years — with a percentage increase largely fueled by the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), or food stamps, which recently reached an all-time high enrollment of nearly 47 million participants.
Non-citizen participation in SNAP has quadrupled since 2001 and doubled since 2008.

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