LETTER: Open-door immigration adds to federal spending, Langley man argues

A Langley man said the country can’t take in large numbers of immigrants in this tough economy.

LETTER: Open-door immigration adds to federal spending, Langley man argues

Editor: After Mr. Trump declared the asylum seekers not welcome to the U.S., our Liberal’s prime minister invited them to our great country, because he saw the opportunity of his life to bring in hundreds of thousands of new voters for himself, without going through the legal immigration process.

Due to a loophole in our laws, they brought them in through illegal border crossings.

Going through legal ports of entry would have forced them to send the refugees back to the U.S.

They’ll them irregular migrants and skilled tradesmen.

But, that is just a smokescreen.

They think we are all dumb enough not to see this.

How can a person from a Third World country be a skilled tradesman in Canada?

The Liberals also passed Bill C-76. This allows them to issue voter information cards to the illegal immigrants, so they can all vote (for Trudeau) without being a Canadian citizen.

A very scary situation!

The parliamentary budget officer gives an average cost per irregular migrant of $14,321 for the year 2018, $1,193.34 per month. That equals $16,666 for next year.

So, from March 2017 ’til December 2018: $35,000 X 21 months X $1,193.34 = $877,104,900

The cost will go up next year to $16,666 per irregular migrant per year.

Then, he wants to bring in another one million for the next three years, mainly from Islamic countries (Average 333,000 per year, at a cost of $16,666 X (1/3 X 1,000,000).

For the year 2019, 333,000 @ $16,666 = $5,549,778,000

Dec. 31,2019 = $6,426,882,900

The next year, 333,000 @ $16,666 = $5,549,778,000

Dec. 31, 2020 = $11,976,660,900

The next year 333,000 @ $16,666 = $5,549,778,000

Dec. 31, 2021 = $17,526,438,900

He want to spent this total amount of more than $17.5 billion in three years on illegal immigrants alone, for his personal political benefit. All taxpayers money.

The amount may be lower if the illegal refugees might find employment, which in these poor economic times is not very likely.

In addition to this, he:

  • Bribes the media – $600,000,000 – for so called better journalism
  • Wastes – $500,000,000 – on used fighter planes
  • Wastes on a pipeline – $3,500,000,000 – owned by a private company wastes – $10,000,000 – on an acquitted terrorist
  • Forgives student loans estimated – $10,000,000
  • Forgives a prosperous company like Chrysler, which can easily afford to pay back a loan of $1,500,000,000
  • Interest of deficit of $19 billion @ 2% – $380,000,000
  • His nanny and lavish vacations – $2,000,000
  • He want to impress a celebrity – $50,000,000

Another $6.552 billion

This total of over $24 billion will have been spent before there is any money available for the bare necessities. On top of this, they bring in a much hated carbon tax.

We can’t afford to have this spoiled brat and his Liberals govern our country.

They are ruining it and getting in deeper and deeper in debt for our children and grandchildren to pay.

But these Liberals couldn’t care less. They only think about themselves. Let’s vote them out.

A. Hegeman, Brookswood

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