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Food Stamp Usage Surges, Data Withheld Until After Election

Just about a week after election and the reports of fraud and other shenanigans are starting to overflow.  Now we learn food stamps have surged to a new all time record, and the report was “delayed” until after the election.

Via Zerohedge:

 “This time the USDA delayed its release nine days past the semi-official deadline, far past the election, and until Friday night to report August foodstamp data. One glance at the number reveals why: at 47.1 million, this was not only a new all time record, but the monthly increase of 420,947 from July was the biggest monthly increase in one year. One can see why a reported surge in foodstamps ahead of the elections is something the USDA, and the administration may not have been too keen on disclosing”

 

4 Responses to Food Stamp Usage Surges, Data Withheld Until After Election

  • Mary Kay Nussbaum says:

    We struggle week from week and this jerk takes our money for this. He needs to be behind bars.

    • Fougasse says:

      So would you be willing to starve the cannibal zombies? Let’s go out on strike. We, the Makers, can always recover after the cannibal zombies are dead. Stop producing and watch them die!

  • Brian Ray says:

    Make the folks take a drug test

  • Nicole says:

    I agree with Brian they should administer a drug test with the application I myself have food stamps and my daughter and I wouldn’t be able to make it without them. I don’t substitute the money for a drug addiction like many in the nation. I work full time to provide for my family and for people to call us government leeches is very cruel. Until you have walked in my shoes you will never know what it is like to go without. These programs were made for a reason and I don’t justify fraud in anyway but for a single mother things can be tough.

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