Leonel Moreno, a notorious undocumented immigrant who relies on government handouts, has resorted to social media to proudly display the money he has received, all the while ridiculing the American taxpayers who finance his extravagant lifestyle. As previously mentioned, Moreno is an illegal immigrant who has gained notoriety as a “migrant influencer,” encouraging his followers to exploit squatter laws in order to “invade” American homes.

Following a supposed ban on TikTok, Moreno turned to Instagram on Wednesday to taunt hardworking American taxpayers who tirelessly contribute to his way of life. In a series of brief video clips, Moreno shamelessly showcased a stack of cash, gleefully waving it in front of the camera.

Furthermore, he boasted about his ability to avoid work altogether, while simultaneously mocking fellow migrants who come to the United States seeking employment in cleaning, construction, and landscaping industries.

“I didn’t cross the Rio Grande to work like a slave,” Moreno said in Spanish, according to a translation of his videos.

“I came to the U.S. to mark my territory.”

Moreno asserts that he possesses sufficient funds to sustain himself for a minimum of eighteen months without engaging in any employment. Throughout the video, there are instances where he serenades and brandishes money while cradling a baby on his lap.

Furthermore, he derides individuals who earn a living, including fellow migrants who migrated to the United States in search of employment opportunities.

“You’re hurt because I make more than you without much work while you work like slaves, understand?” he said.

“That’s the difference between you and me.

“I’m always going to make lots of money without much work, and you’re always going to be exploited and miserable and insignificant.”

Moreno’s TikTok account, with over 500,000 followers, seemed to have been deleted by Wednesday. In previous videos, he stated that his family was receiving $350 weekly in government assistance since their illegal entry into the U.S. He also mentioned earning up to $1,000 weekly on the video platform without paying income tax. In a recent clip, he nonchalantly dismissed the disappearance of his TikTok account. Moreno proudly declared that he still maintains active accounts on Facebook and Instagram, expressing his intention to keep using them to generate online income while continuing to receive taxpayer-funded government aid.

“Yes, they closed my TikTok account, but I keep earning on Facebook and on Instagram,” he said.

“I won’t earn the same, but I am going to get my TikTok account back.

“I am going to keep earning money.”