Watch: Venezuelan Influencer (Possible Crisis Actor) Flaunts Cash, Mocks Americans for Being Slaves

How is this guy even real?

It seems like a totally contrived thing, designed to make people angry.

Just look at his goblin face.

New York Post:

The mugshot of a “migrant influencer” on the lam in the US after fleeing immigration officials has surfaced for the first time — as the freeloading Venezuelan took to social media again to mock American taxpayers for working like slaves.

Leonel Moreno, who has made a name for himself on TikTok by encouraging others to invade the US and squat at the homes of citizens, skipped out on ICE authorities soon after crossing the southern border into Texas illegally in 2022.

The Venezuelan national was originally enrolled in the Alternatives to Detention program and was cut loose on parole due to a lack of space in detention facilities.

Here’s a normal picture of the guy:

He makes these wild angry goblin faces in all the videos. It’s part of an act.

Every single statement he makes is incendiary.

I didn’t cross the Rio Grande to work like a slave,” Moreno said in one of the five Instagram clips. “I came to the US to mark my territory.”

As he waved a stack of $100 bills in front of the camera, the fugitive migrant claimed to have enough money to support himself, his wife and baby for at least 18 months without having to work.

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

He later shrugged off his TikTok ban, insisting: “Yes, they closed my TikTok account, but I keep earning on Facebook and on Instagram. I won’t earn the same, but I am going to get my TikTok account back. I am going to keep earning money.”

I believe him.

But is this real?

Maybe I just don’t want to believe how bad it actually is.