John Kobylt welcomes Todd Bensman to the show to discuss the United Nations' impact on America’s border crisis.
The United Nations (UN) has been accused of helping America’s border crisis by handing out debit cards and cash vouchers to illegal border crossers on their way north.
Although fact-checkers have previously denied these claims, the UN’s recently released “Inter-Agency Coordination Platform for Refugees and Migrants from Venezuela” confirms that the UN, along with 248 named non-governmental organizations, is indeed giving debit cards to illegal migrants, funded mainly by US taxpayers.
According to an article from the New York Post, The plan aims to spread $372 million in “Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA)” and “Multipurpose Cash Assistance (MCA)” to 624,300 immigrants who are in transit to the United States during 2024. Although the title of the R4V plan names Venezuelans as recipients of this aid operation, the fine print of the document states that the largesse goes to “all nationalities” and “multiple other nationalities.”
The UN report predicts that northern migration will continue to increase in 2024 and blames “xenophobia” in Venezuela for why people want to leave, among other factors.