It’s a fact that we have a major problem with positioning our politicians. Since the government is so divided, we cannot really trust our own decisions by putting the people who we have already put, in charge. And that’s the sad part. At this point, we cannot trust the government to do anything. That’s the only reason why a gigantic sum of money and the majority of funds are stolen. So this is a story dedicated to exposing them. A little bit of warning: when you see who actually was stealing, it might disturb you. Even shock you! It’s time for all of us to admit to our own selves we have a huge problem going on.
But, liberals are continuously saying that welfare fraud is not really a problem.
Here’s the mathematics: each person on food stamps benefits average $125.35 per person per month, costing $74.1 Billion in 2014 for the approximate 45.6 million people receiving the benefits. So, the fraud at a rate of even less than 5% equates to billions of wasted dollars. The method most food stamp fraudsters use is filling a claim for the food stamp and then trading their food stamp cards for less than face value for cash. Recently, 14 people in Baltimore, were arrested in raids that amounted for $16 million in food stamp fraud. They now have been indicted for the crime.
From Freedom Daily:
[Retail operators] around Baltimore have been charged in connection to a huge food stamp and wire fraud scheme.
The indictments allege the retailers received more than $16 million in federal payments for transactions in which they did not provide any food, a fraud scheme commonly known as “food stamp trafficking.”
As a result of these transactions, they allegedly obtained more than $16,482,270 in EBT deposits for transactions in which food sales never occurred or were substantially inflated and split the proceeds with food stamp recipients.
Here are some of the names of the defendants:
Walayat Khan, 36, of Reisterstown
Shaheen Tasewar Hussain, 60, of Ellicott City
Mulazam Hussain, 54, of Windsor Mill
Mahmood Hussain Shah, 57, of Catonsville
Muhammad Rafiq, 58, of Reisterstown
Mohammad Shafiq, 50, of Gwynn Oak, Maryland; and his daughter,
Alia Shaheen, 24, of Baltimore
Mohammad Irfan, 59, of Nottingham
Muhammad Sarmad, 40, of Nottingham
Kassem Mohammad Hafeed, a/k/a Kassam Mohammad Hafeed, 51, of Baltimore
So, did you happen to see something real twisty right there in the names? 14 of them are Muslims and what I am wondering is where that money goes? Is it connection with funding terrorist groups or helping the terrorist in any possible way?
Money, for sure, wasn’t used for businesses. What is obvious is that they were living filthiness and the restaurants involved were immediately shut down. The food was spoiled, the places were grungy and the drug was also funded on the premises.
We need a government reconstruction as soon as possible! This system is not going to do any good for the Americans!
What’s your opinion on this?
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