Governor Murphy wants to give undocumented immigrants $1,000 stimulus checks

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy

It’s no secret. New Jersey is one of America’s safe havens for immigrants who entered the country “undocumented”. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is not only not ashamed to admit he has created America’s premier “undocumented” alien sanctuary state, now he’s boasting that he will soon be giving “undocumented” immigrants $1,000 checks, totaling $40 million.

On Friday, Murphy unveiled his plan to issue those checks to undocumented families making under $55,000 per household per year as much as $2,000 per household.

Murphy first brought up his foreigner stimulus package in April. This came after New York issued a similar, but more generous plan that approved $2.1 billion in aid to those immigrants who bypassed legal methods of entering the U.S..

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“We are trying very much if not desperately to find a good solution here and I’m confident we can find one,” Murphy said. “Unless we bring all of us along, we will not find our way through this challenging journey.”

Last week, illegal immigrants became eligible for driver’s licenses in New Jersey.

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