March 11, 2022
By John Binder
A lawsuit brought by illegal aliens who sought to secure American taxpayer-funded stimulus checks as part of a federal Chinese coronavirus relief package had their case thrown out by a district court judge in Maryland this week.
The lawsuit was filed in 2020, claiming that the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act discriminated against the illegal alien spouses of American citizens because it required that applicants for stimulus checks have a Social Security number.
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