Leonel Moreno, Illegal Alien ‘Influencer’ Who Encouraged Others to Invade U.S. and Squat in Homes, Has Been Arrested

This sneering little beaner will be on the first thing smokin’ back to Venezuela.

NY Post

The “migrant influencer” encouraging others to invade the US and squat at the homes of citizens skipped out on authorities shortly after arriving in the country and is on the run from immigration officials, The Post can reveal.

Venezuelan national Leonel Moreno crossed the southern border illegally in April 2022 at Eagle Pass, Texas, and was enrolled in the Alternatives to Detention program, which allows federal authorities to track migrants using ankle monitors or other technology.

However, Moreno didn’t follow the rules and is now listed as an “absconder” from the program, according to internal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) documents seen by The Post.

Moreno — who claims in his videos that he, his wife and daughter receive $350 a week from the federal government — appears to be hiding in plain sight, even posting a video in front of a police car from Gahanna, a suburb of Columbus, Ohio.

Gahanna police told The Post they are aware of the videos, but added: “To date, our agency has had no contact with this individual and we are unaware of his location.”

Moreno was originally released into the US on parole due to a lack of space in detention facilities. This has previously meant migrants haven’t been fully interviewed and vetted by authorities — which usually takes around three days — before being let into the US.

John Fabbricatore, a former ICE field office director for the agency in Denver, told The Post that the Biden administration’s reliance on Alternatives to Detention, which currently includes over a million people, “is nothing short of a failure.”

“We have witnessed yet another individual who was allowed entry into the US under the ATD program, only to abscond and make TikTok videos explaining how to break the law. The question stands — how many thousands more are out there unaccounted for after fleeing this program?” said Fabbricatore, who is running to represent Colorado’s Sixth District

Moreno has been seen living in Columbus. His listed point of contact in the US was Catholic Charities in Miami, according to ICE documents.

ICE in Miami mailed Moreno an immigration court date in November 2022 after he never appeared in person, according to sources.

Fabbricatore said that migrants who abscond from the Alternatives to Detention program are likely not going to be tracked down by federal authorities and are only likely to come onto ICE’s radar again if arrested by a local police force.

“The ICE Alternatives to Detention program, despite its multi-billion-dollar budget, is failing to meet necessary standards and has alarmingly high absconder rates. ICE fails to track down absconders and instead just removes them from the program,” Fabbricatore added.

“This underscores a lack of accountability and allows illegal aliens to commit further crimes before ICE will make them a priority for detention and further removal.

“The Biden administration markets these policies as solutions, but in reality, it’s merely a smoke screen obscuring the chaos and failures at the border,” he said.

Moreno has become a TikTok influencer, encouraging “fellow Venezuelans” to squat in the homes of US citizens and calling President Biden “mi papa.”

However, on Thursday it appeared his profile on the platform had been deleted, although he continued to post on Instagram, with a video of him flaunting $100 bills from a huge wad.

Moreno also frequently shows off supplies purchased using food stamps. He can also be seen on his Instagram waving a Social Security card while lying in bed with his baby.

On social media, he frequently boasts of his earnings from begging for cash, claiming he makes roughly $1,000 a day.

“I don’t like to work,” he tells followers. “Boys, in the US there are a million tricks, a million things to do,” he says as he outlines how to live effectively for free in a new country.

“I’ve concluded that the American Dream is real,” he said in a separate post, adding that he has lived for more than a year in the US and never had to work. “This is food of the best quality that they just give you.”

“Subject has been on national news for being viral on TikTok encouraging illegal immigration,” ICE documents obtained by The Post state of Moreno.

…….Moreno claims he traversed 12 countries to reach the US and tried to seek asylum in Canada last year alongside his wife, but ultimately came to America because he didn’t get free handouts up north.

“They didn’t give us the hotel they promised,” he said in a video posted to his Instagram account last year.

“They gave us a month and then kicked us out, and didn’t give us the papers they promised. They didn’t give us a job and didn’t give us asylum.”

After his wife gave birth, Moreno shared from the hospital that the couple didn’t pay anything to have their daughter, thanking “Papa Biden” for paying.

The Venezuelan migrant also instructs followers on how to carry out scams, such as claiming abandoned vehicles to sell for scrap and giving tips on how to return clothes that have been worn.

He also told his followers to pretend they’re injured by making a leg cast with plastic and Velcro.

“Work is for slaves, boys. Remember that work is for slaves. Where have you seen a millionaire work? Don’t humiliate yourself … You have to be creative to ask for money,” he said.


This shit is a result of Biden’s fucking ‘let them all in and give them anything they want‘ policy.

They invade, get pampered, and brag about it.


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