It’s almost humorous to hear the pro-illegal alien agitators talk about the problems created for Americans whose identity is stolen by foreigners as if it’s a non-crime, something that nobody should be concerned with. For the person who has go dance through hoops and fill out stacks of forms, write letters and spend their time, it’s a very big deal. It’s fraud, a felony that Americans would likely serve prison time for committing. If an illegal does it, it’s a necessity that the cruel American system forced upon them. They have to feed their families so “esta bien.”
The transnational squatter in the video has been here for twenty years and still speaks no English. She supposedly held a news conference, in which there were as many cameras as supporters to pitch her pathetic, feel sorry for her case to the public. Through the narrator she describes the enforcement of our laws as an attack not only on her, but on the entire immigrant community. It’s just like enforcing rules against armed robbery are an assault on the bank-robbing community or child-molestation laws are an affront to the pedophile community. It’s a good thing; they’re not a community, they’re criminals.
The reporter, in her most overly dramatic method, describes the illegal living in the church to evade capture, using the misguided practice of ICE of not pursuing immigration lawbreakers into churches against us. Again, they’d pursue a bank robber so that’s a lame and invalid excuse for doing nothing. And what’s with all the hanky action? Is she real sweaty or did she borrow Chuck Schumer’s handkerchief for the fake tears effect?
The liberal ACLU looking apologist speaks for the foreign squatter, saying, “The only thing that I’ve done is use false documents to put food on the table of my family. Not to beat it to death, but the bank robber could make the same statement about his pistol. He was just using it to put food on the table. Is there a point to that baseless argument? If she’s here to buy a new GMC Pickup is it then okay to deport her for stealing someone’s ID and for breaking into our country?
IRS Inspector General, J. Russell George, says, “Cases of employment identity theft can cause significant burden to innocent taxpayers, including the incorrect computation of taxes based on income that does not belong to them.”
The illegals using the fraudulent ID in association with an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, ITIN, number approximately 2.4 million per year. They submit W-2 forms which contain incorrect social security numbers belonging to Americans or legal residents. That information is not allowed to be shared by agencies, insulating the perpetrator from immigration enforcement or legal ramifications.
Eighty-seven percent of forms filed online using ITINs show income credited to a Social Security number. Over half of those filed by paper likewise contain the same type of fraudulent filing situation. Kenneth C. Corbin, commissioner of the IRS’s wage and investment division, said it has just completed a pilot program to figure out how to notify taxpayers they’re the victims of fraud.
Corbin said in most of the cases they’re missing right now, the Social Security number given is for someone who doesn’t have a tax account on their system. He says they can’t create a notification for someone who’s not in their files, and said because of privacy concerns they won’t just send a notification to the addresses listed. They’re at a loss as to how to address that problem, something that the victim of the identity theft would have little difficulty in figuring out a solution for.
The address of the employer is on the check and on their paperwork with the IRS. For most employers, the employee is also on site. Here’s what you do, boys, contact ICE and tell them you’ve got a situation with an illegal working under an American’s Identity and it needs to be investigated. They’re professionals, they know what to do from that point on. Problem solved. That wasn’t so hard, was it?
Instead Corbin offered excuses for why a solution is impossible. He made the exception the rule, saying, there are cases “where someone knowingly loaned out their Social Security to an unauthorized worker, and thus wasn’t properly a victim but a conspirator.” Okay, arrest them and deport the illegal, once again problem solved and if there’s not enough evidence for an arrest, they get a warning and an arrest on subsequent violations.
Corbin also employed what should be called the “Jeh Johnson method,” the universal excuse for Democrats and bureaucrats looking for a way to justify being force to allow lawlessness, and not do their jobs – claiming a lack of money.
Corbin said he’d do what he can but they have limited resources at the IRS. He said, “We cannot commit to additional actions that would require significant resources to accomplish.” And cost them those tax revenues, we mustn’t forget, every time they’re successful.
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