While Trump is busy trying to rid the country of all immigrants, some mothers are flying to the United States with the express intent of giving birth to an American citizen. Specifically – Russian mothers are landing at Trump properties in droves to give birth on America soil.
Birth-tourism services are a booming business, especially in Florida. Most of these parents are wealthy Russians and their goal is achieving dual citizenship for their babies, as proud papa, Anatoliy Kuzman boasted on Instagram:
Woohoo! Got dual citizenship for my daughter!
From The Daily Beast:
American citizenship for the newborn girl was the goal of Kuzmin and his Instagram-celebrity wife, who sought the help of birth-tourism services in Florida for the arrival of their first child. They are among the estimated hundreds of Russian parents who flock to the U.S. annually for warm weather, excellent medical care, and, more importantly, birthright American citizenship.
Owner of Status-Med, Vera Muzyka, estimated that in 2014, 40-60 women per month gave birth. Most find their way to a Trump property through birth-tourism services. They stay for several months awaiting the birth of their children. Muzyka also added that “the name Melania has become very popular.” Gee – ya think?
There is an entire culture out there in the Florida sun. They do yoga classes together. They arrange social events using Facebook and Instagram. They meet each other in the local parks. There are businesses that cater specifically to the transient parents in Florida just to drop little packages on the U.S. census report. It is a multi-million dollar industry – hiding in plain sight.
Sunny Medical Center is just down the beach from Trump properties and is a hub for organizing everything from friendly activities to medical care for expectant mothers. They are brazen:
Sunny Medical Center openly advertises citizenship as one of the primary benefits their clients receive. Muzyka told The Daily Beast that all the women using Sunny Medical Center’s services openly tell U.S. officials that they are coming for birth tourism.
Muzyka claims that the average client spends roughly $40,000 to $50,000 in the local economy for a three-month stay while awaiting a birth:
Our clients pay for their own medicine and other services, and spend a lot of money during their time in the county.
So… booming business or future invasion force? Trump and the GOP seem obsessed with kicking people out of the country. They have even targeted people that have obtained legal status or registered as an undocumented student and paid a yearly fee. These rich Russians waltz in on a temporary Visa, drop a kid, and head back to Russia with an American citizen that can come back in 21 years and request legal status for their entire family.