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The Long List of Things Illegal Immigrants Get for ‘FREE’ in Massachusetts

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In the progressive state of Massachusetts, there is a significant presence of undocumented border crossers, largely attracted by the extensive benefits provided at taxpayer expense.

These incentives serve to draw even more illegal immigrants into the state, while there are impoverished American citizens in Massachusetts who do not receive comparable support from the government.

Longtime Boston talk host Howie Carr posted this list on his website:



Free hotel rooms at $150+ a day.

Three meals a day at $64 per person per diem.

Free on-site medical & dental services (including condoms).

Special diet for Ramadan.

Free same-day dry cleaning w/free pick up & delivery.

Free housekeeping twice a week.

Free cell phones, chargers/charging ports.

Free tablets, IPads.

Free clothing, new & used.

Everyone got new free winter coat, gloves and shoes.

Free toiletries (tooth paste, deodorant, special “ethnic” shampoos, skin cream, aspirin, tooth brushes, feminine products).


Free diapers, wipes, diaper pails, cribs, bassinets, playpens, baby bottles, baby formulas, free car seats, free new mother bags, playrooms for young illegals w/free toys & books which must be replaced often because of destruction.

Believe it or not, that is just half of the list.

As a result of this situation, the state of Massachusetts is facing a shortage of funds for shelters.

According to Off the Press reports, the state is currently spending approximately $75 million per month on state-run shelters, a significant increase in expenses.

Governor Maura Healey’s administration is projected to exhaust emergency service funds by early to mid-April unless additional financial support is provided.

Despite struggling with lower-than-expected revenues and limited assistance from Washington, Beacon Hill lawmakers have been working diligently throughout the year to devise a plan to address the escalating costs of shelters.

The high demand for services continues unabated, adding pressure on the state’s finances. With funds likely to run out before April, negotiations are underway within the Legislature to develop a new spending plan that would enable Governor Healey to access crucial financial resources.

Key budget officials express optimism about reaching a compromise before time becomes critical, emphasizing the urgency of finalizing a spending bill promptly.

Aaron Michlewitz, Chair of House Ways and Means, acknowledges the importance of reaching an agreement swiftly in order to address this pressing financial issue.

What happens when the money runs out?

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