The Wicked WIC Of Rhode Island Sells Her Taxpayer Funded Baby Formula On Facebook Yard Sale Page, Forgets To Take WIC Book Out Of Picture
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We haven’t done a Food Stamp Friday in a while because we’ve been so busy exposing gigantic coverups and dealing with Facebook Nazis attacking our pages. So here’s a ratchet out of Rhode Island who’s selling her WIC brand baby formula on a community Facebook page:
Notice the purple thing circled in the image? That’s this:
It’s her WIC book. Ya got that? She was so lazy she forgot to take out the WIC book from the image she used to sell her taxpayer funded baby formula on a community Facebook yard sale page.
So when she tries to claim that she’s not profiting off of generous government assistance that she clearly does not need, it’s gonna be hard for her to say that he didn’t buy it with stamps. Because it’s literally right in the picture. You can’t make up this this kind of ratchet fairy tale if you tried.
Oh, and don’t ask her any questions about the baby formula either, or she’ll go old school on your ass:
But yea, tell me more about how this hardly ever happens. Tell me more about how the Liselot Rodriguez’ of the world don’t exist. I hardly ever see these type of shenanigans on Facebook at all.
The bottom line is that I have no problem with handing over a small fraction of my hard earned money so that people who are struggling can care for their families. But I want my taxes to be an investment, not a way of life. I want these people to use that money to get themselves stable and be able to provide for their family while they seek better opportunities so that they do not have to be dependent on the taxpayers the rest of their lives. But far too often welfare becomes a way of life, instead of a way to make a better life for yourself.
Oh well, we’ll just keep exposing these leeches, and you just keep reporting them to DTA.