On November 19, 2014 Rep. Sam Johnson of Texas asked for and was granted permission to address the United States House of Representatives for one minute to speak about no social security for Nazis Act:
“Mr. Speaker, as chairman of the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Social Security, the committee of jurisdiction over who receives Social Security benefits, I am introducing, along with Ranking Member Becerra and now 35 original cosponsors, the No Social Security for Nazis Act.
The world must never forget the 6 million Jews and other innocents murdered by the Holocaust. America has worked to prevent Nazis from entering the country and reaping the benefits of U.S. citizenship, including Social Security. However, due to a loophole, some Nazis who came to America continue to receive Social Security benefits. That is just plain wrong.
Our bipartisan bill would stop benefits from going to denaturalized Nazis. It also stops benefits from going to Nazis who renounce their citizenship as part of a settlement.
I thank Ranking Member Becerra for working with me on this important bill.
Mr. Speaker, I urge the House to act quickly and pass the No Social Security for Nazis Act.”
Source: Congressional Record