Illegal Alien Flaunts Cash to Mock American Taxpayers Who ‘Work Like Slaves’ to Fund His Lifestyle

An infamous illegal alien freeloader has taken to social media to flaunt stacks of cash he’s been given in handouts while mocking the American taxpayers who are funding his lifestyle.

As Slay News previously reported, Leonel Moreno is the illegal alien “migrant influencer” who has urged his followers to use squatter laws to “invade” American homes.

After an apparent TikTok ban, Moreno took to Instagram Wednesday to mock American taxpayers who “work like slaves” to fund his lifestyle.

In a series of five short clips, Moreno flaunted a stack of cash, which he waved in front of the camera.

He also bragged about not having to work and mocked fellow migrants who come to the U.S. to work cleaning, construction, and landscaping jobs.

“I didn’t cross the Rio Grande to work like a slave,” Moreno said in Spanish, according to a translation of his videos.

“I came to the U.S. to mark my territory.”

Moreno claims to have enough money to go at least a year and a half without working.

At times in the video, he sings and waves cash with a baby in his lap.

He also mocked people who work for a living, including fellow migrants who came to the U.S. to find jobs.

“You’re hurt because I make more than you without much work while you work like slaves, understand?” he said.

“That’s the difference between you and me.

“I’m always going to make lots of money without much work, and you’re always going to be exploited and miserable and insignificant.”

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Moreno’s TikTok account, which had more than 500,000 followers, appeared to have been removed as of Wednesday.

In prior videos, he claimed that his family received $350 a week in government handouts since entering the U.S. illegally.

He also claimed to be raking in up to $1,000 a week on the video platform, which he apparently isn’t paying income tax on.

In one of the new clips, he shrugged off the loss of his TikTok account.

He boasted that he still has Facebook and Instagram and that he expects to continue using them to make money online while still taking taxpayer-funded government handouts.

“Yes, they closed my TikTok account, but I keep earning on Facebook and on Instagram,” he said.

“I won’t earn the same, but I am going to get my TikTok account back.

“I am going to keep earning money.”


On Monday, he posted another video in which he sang about one day making it to the White House.

Not all of his viewers appreciated the videos, however.

One commenter called him a “clown.”

Others questioned the whereabouts of his wife, wondering in the comments section whether she was out working while he was posting videos and watching the baby.

Many condemned his comments as inflammatory.

Moreno allegedly cut off his ankle monitor after receiving border parole and is now listed as an “absconder” from immigration authorities, the New York Post reported Wednesday.

The outlet cited Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) documents.

Moreno reportedly received border parole in April 2022 as part of Democrat President Joe Biden’s Alternatives to Detention program.

The program is supposed to track catch-and-release migrants when there is not enough room to detain them.

Moreno previously told his audience he planned to make a business out of “invading” abandoned houses.

He tells his followers he can take them over the homes with squatters’ rights laws and then sell them for a profit.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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