According to Natural News, Health Ranger Mike Adams had stopped at a red traffic light, when his car was hit by a Dodge Ram truck. “The driver, I soon found out, was a very young illegal immigrant who now worked in construction. The kid, clearly of Latino origin, couldn’t have been older than 17, and he told me that he ‘fell asleep at the wheel.’ If my car hadn’t been in the way, it turns out, he would have driven head first — fully asleep — right into a busy intersection and possibly caused multiple fatalities,” said Mike Adams.
This kid, who really is named Juan (I’ll keep his last name private), of course had no insurance. The truck belonged to his brother, and his brother didn’t have insurance either. They both worked in construction and were paid cash on a daily basis, completely outside the salary and tax system.
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Following the auto accident, Juan probably owes Adams $1,000 in out-of-pocket costs that he will have to pay to see his vehicle repaired. Will he ever receive $1,000 from Juan? Not a chance. So Juan not only rammed his vehicle but also transferred his financial responsibility for his actions to Adams. (The insurance company already determined that Juan was 100% at fault.)
Can Adams afford $1,000? Absolutely, he can, but a lot of Americans cannot. For them, $1,000 was their grocery money to feed their family for two months, or it might have been tuition money for a community college so they could pursue a better education. $1,000 isn’t chump change for a lot of people, and every time illegals like Juan smash into people’s vehicles, they spontaneously create these enormous financial burdens that, for many people, can be too much to bear.
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