After 8 years of open borders and Obama handouts, immigrants have gotten used to living high on the hog after migrating to America. In addition to being able to instantly get on welfare, these people are given endless chances to have a great life, as America’s promise of hope and opportunity is quite the startling contrast from the third-world country crap holes that many of these people migrate from. But despite America’s extreme generosity, that didn’t stop one nasty illegal couple from doing everything they could to stab America in the back, before making off like a bandit back to their homeland.
Fidelis Agbapuruonwu is an African immigrant who came in America several years ago with his wife and 4 kids to make our country his new home. Despite coming from a very poor family of 8 kids, that didn’t stop Fidelis from becoming a successful lawyer, thanks to the generous American scholarships that helped kicked off his career in law. Fidelis and his family were truly living the American dream, raking in a whopping $1.5 million a year practicing law in Washington D.C.
But the swanky millionaire high-life still wasn’t quite enough for Fidelis’s greedy wife Hellen, who devised a nasty plot to earn the couple some extra cash on the side, showing the true greed of the couple who would then screw over the same country who gave them so much in life.
Between the years of 2010 to 2016, Hellen would falsify countless bogus welfare claims, where she and her greedy family would then go on to collect food stamp and medicare benefits to the tune of well over $100,000, all while her husband was raking in $1.5 million as a lawyer in Washington D.C.
Police charged the 42-year-old woman with “felony welfare fraud and document forgery,” but by that time it was too late. She and her family at that point had already skipped the country, making off with the tens of thousands in benefits courtesy of the American taxpayer.
While it’s unclear where the family is now, the Daily Caller believes they “fled the country and are somewhere in Africa.” The D.C. law firm of Mayer Brown confirmed on Monday that Fidilis is no longer an attorney at the law office.
“We hope it sends a message that if you are taking public assistance, it’s truly intended for those in need, and we’re committed to ensuring those who need the most help receive it,” Ashley Savage, spokeswoman for the Arlington County Police, told NBC News.