Venezuelan illegal calls for 300,000 followers to ‘invade’ unoccupied U.S. homes
03/27/2024 // News Editors // Views

A Venezuelan illegal alien called on his 300,000 TikTok followers to expropriate unoccupied houses in states that allow squatters to move in.

(Article by Jamie White republished from

In a recent TikTok post, Leonal Moreno said he learned of a legal loophole in some states like New York that allows squatters to live inside empty homes.

“My people have thought about invading a house in the United States because I learned that there is a law that says that if a house is not inhabited we can expropriate it,” Moreno said in Spanish.

“The law says that if the abandoned houses are deteriorated and that are in bad condition, we can get, repair and live in it and even sell it.”

Moreno went on to explain that he knows some “African” migrants who’ve already “expropriated” 7 other unoccupied houses in the U.S. and wants to turn the outrageous squatting scheme into a business.

“And I think it will be my next business — invade abandoned homes, since I searched for some codes with my African friends and they told me they already have 7 expropriated houses,” he said.

The Venezuelan national goes on to say that the best course of action for illegal aliens like him “is to invade houses since we are in a street situation and it is the only way we have to avoid living on the street and not be a public burden.”

Moreno made headlines last month after bragging on TikTok how he exploits his child to leech off the U.S. taxpayer to avoid working and lives like he’s on vacation.

“You came to the United States to work, and I came to vacation, look at the difference. You and I didn’t come with the same purpose. You came to the United States to pay the taxes that you didn’t pay in Venezuela,” Moreno said.

This comes in the wake of a disturbing story that a New York homeowner was arrested for trying to evict squatters from her house.

“I am being arrested for being in my own home,” Adele Andaloro told the news cameras as she was handcuffed. “My deed is current and legal.”

Unbelievably, squatters in New York have rights to a residence after occupying it for more than a month.

And now illegal aliens are aware of this absurd legal loophole and seem eager to exploit it.

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