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Cultist trump gave $2000 per child to abductors and biden raised it to $3000!

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The cult in the DOJ, CPS, DCFS, Social Services, MyFamilies etc. steal our children, detain or torture their parent(s) and then pay the foster fraud or child abuser through parental loss the full amount of money for keeping the child away from one or both parents.

The American Rescue Plan is providing the largest-ever Child Tax Credit – increasing from $2,000 per child to $3,000 for each child between the ages of 6 and 17, and to $3,600 for each child under the age of 6. This historic increase will provide middle-class families with critical tax relief and will lift millions of children out of poverty.

The first monthly Child Tax Credit ever: Today, four months after the American Rescue Plan was signed into law, tens of millions of families with nearly 60 million children are receiving the first-ever monthly payments of the Child Tax Credit. This reflects the swift implementation efforts of the White House, Treasury, and the IRS.

$250-$300 a Month Per Child: Starting today, working families will receive monthly payments of $250 for each child ages 6 to 17 and $300 for each child under 6 years old.
The plan Ivanka Trump wants would allow individuals earning less than $250,000 a year, or married couples earning less than $500,000, to deduct child care expenses from their income taxes—up to the average cost of care in their state, according to the plan introduced in September.

Lower-income families, who would see less benefit from such a tax change because they have less tax liability, would receive a rebate for their expenses—up to $1,200 a year through the earned-income tax credit, Trump's proposal states.

• 72% of all teenaged murderers grew up without fathers. 60% of rapists were raised in fatherless homes.
Source: Cornell, Dewey et al. “Characteristics of Adolescents Charged with Homicide.” Behavioral Sciences and the Law 5 (1987): 11-23.
• 70% of the kids now incarcerated in juvenile corrections facilities grew up in a single-parent environment.
Source: Beck, Allen, Susan Kline, and Lawrence Greenfield. Survey of Youth in Custody, 1987. US Bureau of Justice Statistics. Washington, D.C.: GPO, Sept. 1988
• Fatherless children are twice as likely to drop out of school as their classmates who live with two parents.
Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. National Center for Health Statistics. Survey on Child Health. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1993.
• Fatherless children are eleven times more likely than are children from intact families to exhibit violent behavior.
Source: Barber, Nigel. “Single Parenthood As a Predictor of Cross-National Variation in Violent Crime.” Cross-Cultural Research 38 (November 2004): 343-358.
• Children whose fathers are absent consistently score lower than the norm in reading and math tests.
Source: Teachman, Jay, et al. “Sibling Resemblance in Behavioral and Cognitive Outcomes: The Role of Father Presence.” Journal of Marriage and the Family 60 (Nov 1998): 835-848
• 75% of teen suicides occur in single-parent families.
Source: Jean Beth Eshtain, “Family Matters: The Plight of America’s Children.” The Christian Century (July 1993): 14-21.
• Children who live apart from their fathers experience more accidents and a higher rate of chronic asthma, headaches, and speech defects.
Source: Harknett, Kristin. Children’s Elevated Risk of Asthma in Unmarried Families: Underlying Structural and Behavioral Mechanisms. Working Paper #2005-01-FF. Princeton, NJ: Center for Research on Child Well-being, 2005: 19-27.
• 80% of the adolescents in psychiatric hospitals come from fatherless homes.
Source: Jack Block, et al. “Parental Functioning and the Home Environment in Families of Divorce”, Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 27 (1988)
• Compared to girls raised in homes where both parents are present, the daughters of single parents are 164% more likely to become pregnant before marriage, 53% more likely to marry as teenagers, and 92% more likely to dissolve their own marriages.
Source: Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, Atlantic Monthly (April 1993)
• A growing body of evidence shows a high correlation between fatherlessness and violence among young men (especially violence against women).
Source: F.R. Duplantier, The Importance Of Fathers 08-16-1995, HERITAGE FOUNDATION HOME
• The absence of a biological father increases a daughter’s vulnerability to rape and sexual abuse by 900%. (Often these assaults are committed by stepfathers or the boyfriends
of custodial mothers).
Source: 1988 National Health Interview Survey conducted by the National Center for Health StatisticsNational Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) is part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which is part of the United States Department of Health and Human Services.

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