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When Illegal Aliens Catch Wind of the Squatting Laws in Blue Cities, It’s Going to Get Ugly

(America First Report)—Every now and then, I hear ideas or come across stories that I don’t want to put in writing. These usually surround information that I do not want out there because I don’t want to give anybody ideas. The article below is one of those cases; I didn’t want illegal aliens to figure out how they can further exploit one of the most ludicrous types of laws on the books in many major cities and leftist states.

With Fox News covering it and other outlets picking it up, it’s time to warn Americans about a huge potential problem: Illegal aliens hopping on the squatter bandwagon. Squatting has become such a problem in many Democrat-run (and some RINO-run) cities and states that homeowners are rushing to sell any rental properties that sit vacant. In areas with loose squatter laws, the asset of owning rental homes has become a major liability when squatters take “ownership” and live in these homes rent-free for weeks or even months. Sometimes, it can extend for years and cost the actual homeowner tens of thousands of dollars just to get their property back.

The illegal alien invasion will likely make the problem far worse, according to Flash Shelton in this article generated from corporate media reports…

Handyman-Turned-Squatter Hunter Outlines ‘Nightmare Scenario’ When Migrants Catch on to Housing Laws

A handyman-turned-squatter hunter, Flash Shelton, is concerned that lenient tenants’ rights laws in various states could lead to a squatting crisis as more migrants enter the U.S. Squatters’ rights and tenants’ protections vary across the country, with some states allowing non-paying individuals to occupy a property for extended periods. This can make it difficult for homeowners to reclaim their properties through legal means.

Shelton warns that the influx of migrants crossing the southern border could exacerbate the squatting problem. He advocates for reforming laws to deter squatting and questions the long-term consequences of allowing the practice to continue.

Since 2021, nearly 7.3 million migrants have entered the U.S. illegally, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Many of these migrants have been transported to major cities, with New York City spending billions on housing and support. Mayor Eric Adams has expressed concern that the issue could “destroy” the city.

Shelton argues that the already limited resources for homeless Americans are being further depleted due to the influx of migrants seeking refuge. He questions what will stop these migrants from taking advantage of squatting loopholes if they realize they can live rent-free for months.

The California handyman first encountered the issue of squatting in 2019 when two women took over his mother’s home. He eventually managed to remove them using a legal loophole and now offers squatter removal services to others.

Shelton warns of a “nightmare scenario” if politicians do not take action to curb squatting and believes the situation may already be beyond repair.