Venezuelan TikTok Influencer Says Work is for Slaves, Teaches How to Scam Americans

“How to get a high-end phone for free.”

This TikTok Venezuelan crime guy seems like some kind of crisis actor, no?

Isn’t he sort of… suspicious?

New York Post:

The TikTok influencer who encouraged “fellow Venezuelans” to squat in American homes is being probed by child services after using his baby daughter in his guides to scamming and begging.

Moreno shot to infamy telling his 507,000 TikTok followers, “If a house is not inhabited, we can seize it.”

And on Friday he doubled down, repeating the same message, calling squatting “the American dream,” and defiantly boasting that he had the right to “free speech” in the US.

But he also admitted in his stream of social media content, which spans TikTok and Instagram, that his brazen use of his 1-year-old daughter as a prop is now being investigated by authorities — and blamed his Venezuelan followers for reporting him to child services.

“You got what you wanted,” he tells his followers, clutching his daughter as he launches into a tearful rant. “What you did will never be pardoned by God.

“Because of you they will take my daughter away, because of you, because of your evil hearts. It’s incredible that my fellow Venezuelans are capable of this.”

Moreno claims he studied to be an engineer in Venezuela, at Fermin Toro University, which is in Lara state, in the western part of the country, and that he traveled through 12 countries to get to the US.

But he also revealed that he had tried to seek asylum with his wife in Canada last year, but came to the US because he did not get free things north of the border.

Instead he came to the US and has set up in Columbus where he gains views for calling President Joe Biden “mi papa” and offering detailed guides on how to live for free.

I don’t like to work,” he tells followers. “Boys, in the US there are a million tricks, a million things to do,” he says as he outlines how to live effectively for free in a new country.

In a YouTube video, the migrant pulls out groceries from three large garbage bags that he says were donations, and shows off cans of fruit, cartons of milk, a whole chicken and eggs.

I’ve concluded that the American Dream is real,” he says, adding that he has lived for more than a year in the US and never had to work. “This is food of the best quality that they just give you.”

In a YouTube post from his wife’s hospital room after she gives birth, he tells his viewers that they paid nothing to have their daughter, and thanks “Papa Biden” for paying.

In a November TikTok post, Moreno boasted that he regularly takes in $1000 a day from begging.

In another post he tells his followers to buy a plastic and velcro cast to wrap around their leg to pretend they are injured.

Work is for slaves, boys. Remember that work is for slaves. Where have you seen a millionaire work? Don’t humiliate yourself…You have to be creative to ask for money.”

This seems designed to make people angry.

But I guess it’s not?