‘SNAP’ Benefits To Be Cut In November

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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamps) will scale back benefits for individual families by about 13 percent each beginning in November.

We recently got a taste of how the food stamp army reacts when its government handouts are delayed for a few moments. It will be interesting to see if the same reaction occurs when it realizes the average family’s monthly payment will drop from $275 per month to $239.

The food stamp army is about 48 million people strong. People get desperate when they get hungry. If they get hungry enough, they will begin stealing and pillaging for food wherever they can find it.

Given that most of them are distracted by various activities on their Obamaphones or some trivial television pursuit, most of them won’t know the benefit reduction is coming until they can suddenly buy fewer of their processed food staples and other poisons.

The Barack Obama Administration has been doing all it can to grow the food stamp rolls in order to gain greater control over the people. Like Obamacare, the food stamps program is not about helping the needy. It is about exerting greater control over the lives of Americans. It was the globalist Bilderberger Henry Kissinger who once said, “If you control the food supply, you control the people.”

The regime has taken Kissinger’s statement to heart.

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