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The Weaponization of Illegal Migrants Squatter Rights VS Home Ownership!

Viral Tik Tok Advises illegals To Seize The Unoccupied Homes of American Citizens!

Though prevalent in all 50 states, Squatter's rights (AKA “adverse possession”) aren't uniform across the nation. Squatters are not to be clubbed with trespassers because the latter only enter someone's property briefly. Some states protect non-paying individuals occupying a property for long periods. A TikTok influencer is advising his followers on how to 'invade' American homes and invoke squatter's rights, making it difficult for them to be removed from properties. Leonel Moreno, who goes by @leitooficial_25 online and appears to be a Venezuelan migrant, has told his followers that under US law, 'if a house is not inhabited, we can seize it'. He is referring to squatter's rights, or adverse possession laws - a common law principle that allows an illegal inhabitant to acquire ownership of a property based on continuous occupation without the legal owner's consent.

Moreno, alleging he has friends who 'have already taken about seven homes', argued the only way for migrants to not live in the streets or be a 'public burden' is to 'seize' and 'invade' abandoned properties. The now-viral video, which has been viewed almost 4million times, has prompted outrage from many social media users. Some have claimed Moreno is 'promoting terrorism' and are now calling on the FBI and Department of Homeland Security to action. Squatter's rights laws exist in all 50 states and have sparked a crisis across the nation. 'Serial squatters' are overtaking homes and helpless families booted out of their houses by crooks are desperately turning to vigilantes to reclaim their homes.


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