Warning: Usurers Can Grab Your Latest “Stimulus” Money
There was a time when sensible people reasonably opposed the government randomly or not-so-randomly handing out checks to citizens. But in a time of Jewish debasement of the currency, of endless handouts and bailouts to the richest and most powerful ethnic group on Earth, it’s only reasonable that a little bit of the funny-money go to working White people, after all. But watch out: 1) the dollar is fading fast, so take that “free money” and put it into non-inflationary assets or necessities; and 2) be aware that this latest round of “stimulus” money can be confiscated by “lenders” (read: Jew usurers) from your account, so you might want to close that account as soon as possible after getting the payment.
AMERICANS WITH unpaid “debts” could have their stimulus checks seized by debt collectors, many of them Jewish vulture capitalists.
Unlike with previous economic payments, debt collectors will be able to garnish money from the third round of stimulus payments that are being distributed as early as this weekend by the Department of Treasury and Internal Revenue Service.
The American Bankers Association is urging lawmakers to pass legislation that would protect the badly-needed funds. In a letter Wednesday, the ABA stated that they have “joined a coalition of financial and consumer advocacy groups urging Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to support standalone legislation to ensure that these payments are shielded from assignment and garnishment.” (Sounds like the retail banks are acting against the interests of major lenders; we’re not too sure what’s happening behind the scenes to trigger this.)
The ABA said that if Congress does not act, banks and other financial service providers will have to comply with court ordered garnishments.
“It is simple to code the payments as exempt, and we believe it is imperative that Congress ensure that these next stimulus payments are treated as ‘benefits’ subject to the federal exemption from garnishment,” members of the coalition said in a statement. “Otherwise, the families that most need this money — those struggling with debt and whose entire bank accounts may be frozen by garnishment orders — will not be able to access their funds.”
Beware, working White Americans! Beware, young White families with student loan “debts”! You don’t really owe those “lenders” a dime — but you can bet these sleazy collection agencies will jump on your account faster than you can say “the Jews are our misfortune.”
Collectors are permitted to seize this round of checks because Congress passed the American Rescue Plan using a budget reconciliation process that didn’t provide protection against garnishment.
Sen. Ron Wyden, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, said he will be introducing standalone legislation that would protect stimulus money from debt collectors so that “families receive the $1,400 they need to pay rent and buy groceries,” according to USA Today.
For those Americans who receive paper stimulus checks and are worried about debt collectors garnishing their bank accounts, they can always cash them at retail stores by endorsing them to friends or family members to cash for them using other accounts.
The CARES Act in spring of 2020 had a similar loophole for creditors, but some states and local governments passed legislation to ensure that the stimulus money stayed in the hands of Americans suffering during the pandemic. The legislation didn’t cover everyone, however, and in December Congress made sure debt collectors wouldn’t have access to the $600 checks in the second round of stimulus payments.
The $1,400 direct payments will hit some bank accounts as soon as this weekend and continue to be deposited throughout the next several weeks.
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Source: wire service reports and National Vanguard correspondents