December 4, 2014
The members of Congress don’t often agree on many issues, but they all agree on at least one particular issue:
Ex-Nazis should not receive Social Security benefits, ostensibly because they helped gas six bajillion Jews or whatever.
And Tuesday the House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill titled the “No Social Security for Nazis Act,” which would of course prevent the evil racist Jew gassers from collecting those benefits.
Congress has considered various proposals designed to deny any benefits from Nazis. This latest bill was introduced last month after a recent Associated Press investigation reported that dozens of Nazis who were deported from the United States were still collecting millions of dollars in retirement benefits. Even though these people were stripped of their U.S. citizenship and forced to leave the country a loophole in the law allowed them to continue receiving Social Security checks.
Democratic Rep. Carolyn Maloney of New York, who has been a key proponent in changing the law, told CNN that she has asked both the Justice Department and Social Security Administration to find out how much money was paid out and how many were still receiving any social security funds. She estimated there were roughly four individuals who were still eligible for the payments.
“They are dying out, but anybody who gets it is too much. They came to this country under false pretenses,” Maloney told CNN.