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As if the assassination of Yarmouth police officer Sean Gannon by career criminal Maggot 125 wasn’t enough to make your head explode about the way things work in Massachusetts, it also turns out he was on food stamps according to the Boston Globe:
So a week before he killed a cop a state trooper tried pulling him over in the rain, Maggot 125 fled, abandoned the stolen vehicle, and forgot to take his wallet with him. Inside the car were letters from the DTA, which proves that he was collecting from DTA because why else would DTA be in contact with him? To send him a Christmas card?
This is INSANE!! This able bodied 29 year old male career criminal not only was allowed to stay out of jail despite having 125 prior charges, most of which involved violence, he was also being given a check from the taxpayers to pay for his food. All this while selling drugs and paying no taxes.
But remember though, Congressman Jim McGovern thinks we shouldn’t drug test food stamp recipients because it’s demeaning:
Masslive: U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Worcester, condemned the Trump administration Thursday for reportedly considering a proposal that would allow states to drug test certain food stamp recipients — a policy which he called “insulting and unconscionable.” McGovern, who has dedicated much of his work in Washington to fighting hunger, said he thinks it’s an “awful idea” to require even some of those benefitting from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — known as food stamps — to pass drug tests, arguing that it promotes an inaccurate stereotype that most people on public assistance use drugs.
“The idea that what they’re proposing is not to try and get people help; what they’re proposing is a way to punish people and they want to punish people by taking away a food benefit — I don’t quite get this approach. It’s just mean spirited,”
Yea, God forbid we take away Maggot 125’s food stamps. That would be “mean spirited.”
I don’t even wanna blog about this anymore because I’m getting too angry. All you need to know is that a cop killer, who wasn’t in jail because of incompetent parole boards, and a judge despite a long and documented history of violence, was also collecting taxpayer funded food stamps while doing so, but we can’t drug test him because that would be mean spirited.
This is Massachusetts.